PR-Inside.com: 2017-07-24 07:55:20
Experts have emphasised the importance of play in the lives of children. My Cubby, Australia’s cubby house experts, provides plenty of opportunities to children to play. It has been established that the power of play is the most useful tool for literacy, numeracy, communication and language, social and emotional development. Play also enhances creativity and ingenuity in a child.
My Cubby has a whole range of cubby houses that helps fill in the play needs of children. These include Duplex, Forts, Triplex, Classic Cubby Houses, Adventurer and Childcare Cubbies among others. Children happily play with each other and grow to be fulfilled adults when they build positive relationships with their friends through play.
My Cubby provides a wonderful and safe space for children to play outdoors while developing their intellectual abilities and fine motor skills. It is a great opportunity for children to have a place to play in these modern times when many children prefer to spend time in front of a computer or television . Playing in their home environment ensures a balance in the life of a child while also enriching their cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being. During play children use imagination and it helps develop cognitive, physical and social skills while contributing to their overall wellbeing. Child learn through discovery and playing outdoors adds a spurt to their imagination.
A report titled ‘Early Literacy and Numeracy - Self-Guided Learning Package,’ a resource developed by Community Child Care (CCC) states, ‘The early language play includes: making sounds and babbling, interactive games such as ‘peek-a-boo’, listening and joining in songs, playing finger games and rhymes, listening to stories, looking at picture books, enjoying pretence play, scribbling, drawing and painting.’ (Milne, 1994).
‘Children have many opportunities to be exposed to literacy and numeracy concepts in dramatic play. Setting up a range of different dramatic play experiences is one of the most effective ways to help children recognise symbols and practice their thinking skills and oral language all at the same time.’ (Milne, 1994).
My Cubby has made and installed over 1,000 cubby houses around Australia since 2011.
It is a registered member of Play Australia. They ensure that the Australian Standards for Playgrounds is adhered to whenever they set up and install a cubby house.
Those who would like to know more about My Cubby may call 1800 121513 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To visit the website of My Cubby: www.mycubby.com.au/