• Crayola’s Mess Free Colouring Pack Hits the Mark

    At Playgroup Queensland we know the value of drawing and colouring when it comes to developing a child’s ‘skills’ palette. Every time a child adds a splash of colour to a piece of paper or draws a stick-finger family, they are taking their first step in developing their fine motor and cognitive skills, imagination, and focus … just to name some. But, parents everywhere know that while this creativity is delightful on the right surface, if they turn away for just a minute, it can end up dramatically presented in places not intended to be a permanent art display!

  • Australian Institute of Family Studies Playgroup Evaluation

  • Win the Educational Experience product of the month: November

    Win the EE product of the month - Kinetic Sand Assorted Colours – Red, Green, Blue – 2.5kg

  • What should parents look for when choosing apps for young children?

    In 2015, Professor Lydia Plowman examined how UK preschool children used apps and the impact on their play (http://learninghub.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.au/five-things-to-know-about-promoting-creativity-and-play/).

  • Win the EE Product of the month - October

    This month Educational Experience has a special for Playgroup Queensland members. You can purchase a set of 6 Bean Bag Animals at a discounted price or enter to win some for your playgroup!

  • Win kids passes to Paddington 2!

  • Do babies need socialisation?

    Babies are instantly social, and their first impressions count. The earlier babies can enjoy rewarding relationships, the better their prospects to progress socially and emotionally, experts say.

    From the intimate exchanges of the family world they first encounter, to the gradual exposures to the world at large, babies live and learn by the relationships reflected to them and their sense of belonging...


  • Win the Educational Experience Product of the Month: Step-A-Stones Set of 6

    Spring into spring and encourage outdoor play with these sturdy flat-topped step-a-stones.

  • From Bedtime Stories To Imaginative Play

    Children love stories!

    They are drawn to heroic characters, adventure, exploration and magic. It’s childhood in a nutshell.

    Once children become immersed in a story they will transpose it to their play. This type of play is called imaginative play, also referred to as “pretend play” or “role play”.

    Catherine Sewell, Play Thinker in Residence at Playgroup NSW offers a few great ideas you can try to include stories in your child’s imaginative play.

  • Win the EE Product of the month

    Win Biocolor® bioputty for your playgroup with Educational Experience.

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