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Infants and Toddlers

Infants and toddlers have a distinctive hunger for stimulation. As they grow, an increasing importance is placed on resources in their environment. Resources that promote children's independent exploration, such as puzzles, rattles, mirrors and balls support the learning journey. When we incorporate these resources, we provide experiences that develop language, cognitive, physical, social and emotional domains.

Infants and Toddlers

Dramatic Play

Dramatic Play - TOLO First Friends

Early Literacy and Numeracy


Foam Climbers

Infant Essentials

Musical Experiences

Outdoor Clothing

Playmats and Playgyms

Push/Pull Toys


Railway Fun

Rattles and Teethers

Rockers, Walkers and Ride Ons

Soft Toys

Stackers, Sorters, Pounders and Threading

Stimulation and Discovery

Water Play

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