Literacy play is vital in laying down the foundations of language.
Through play, children learn to make and practice sounds and new words alone and alongside friends.
Through literacy play, children are encouraged to exercise their imaginations through role-play and storytelling.
Children are naturally interested in literacy and love to practice new sounds from a very early age. Word-play and exploring new sounds and learning their own ‘language’ is how children understand how language works.
As an educator, parent or carer, it is our role to create an environment that encourages, respects and enhances the opportunity for learning new language skills.
- Art & Design, Imaginative, LiteracyOur Tip Toddler Table made in the UK from our sustainable coloured panels and beautiful Birch Ply provides your child with multiple benefits in a variety of settings. The combination of creative arts and crafts with imaginative play provides an inspiring learning space for your child to make their own. As a standard table, your child can sit up to this table for expressive art, design and crafts or it can be tipped up at an angle to be inclusive for children who prefer to be seated at floor level and with a convenient ledge to support paper or digital tablet for interactive play. With the addition of a blanket, the toddle table can be used to inspire imaginative play as a small cubby hole den.£109.97