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8 ways to say ‘No’ to kids without saying no

Unless you want your child’s first word to be ‘No’ (and trust me, you don’t), it’s a good idea to steer far away from this two-letter word.  According to one study, the word “no” is one of the 10 most frequent first words. These include mummy, daddy, ball, bye, hi, no, dog, and baby. However, that doesn’t mean you have to go all Jennifer Garner in ‘Yes Day’ on your kids. You just have to...

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Why the LEGO DUPLO Wild Animals of South America set is roarsome fun for your little one

As your little one starts to grow and develop, there’s nothing more exciting than finding out what passions they have in life and being able to support their interests. Maybe they love fire trucks, or they can’t stop playing with unicorns. Or perhaps like so many children, they’re totally and utterly obsessed with animals and will happily recount the names and noises of every animal under the sun.  Enter the LEGO® DUPLO® Wild Animals of...

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Learning through play with the LEGO DUPLO Bath Time Fun: Floating Animal Train

The great thing about the LEGO® DUPLO® range is that there is a playset for every child developmental stage; before our little ones are able to master the more complex and intricate construction of the advanced LEGO DUPLO sets, they can get hands-on with big bricks and enter into the exciting world of imaginative play – and all its endless possibilities. Building with LEGO DUPLO bricks is also great for developing, strengthening and exercising fine...

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7 ways to inject play into every day with little ones

With our busy lives, there are some things we just have to do each day that aren’t exactly a barrel of laughs – for us or our little ones. Whether it’s mealtimes, getting ready for preschool and daycare or the daily commute, it all definitely goes a whole lot smoother if they are happy to come along for the ride…  As busy parents, we know how hard it can be, so in partnership with LEGO®...

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Understanding the role of roleplay in building empathy

As your little one hits that 18-24 month mark, you may notice that they begin to copy you or start pretending to be someone else during playtime. Whether it is pretending to pick up a phone call, pretending to leave for work or even pretending to drink a coffee in the morning… It can be pretty adorable.  But on top of being downright cute – it also represents an important developmental milestone. Pretend play, or...

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