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Making ToucanLearn Part of your Routine

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When your baby is a few months old, you may find it helpful to get into a routine of eating, sleeping, bathing and doing other activities throughout the day. There's little evidence that routine is important for your baby, but it could well make it easier for you to plan your day and remember to do all that needs doing. Why not make ToucanLearn activities a part of your routine? You can easily fit in an activity at one or two points in the day, and maybe another at bedtime? Then in the evening you could blog your day, feedback on the activities, upload any photos that you took, and select activities for the following day.



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Hi! I'm Tikal the Toucan, the mascot for ToucanLearn. Follow my blog to find out interesting things relating to babies, toddlers and preschool children!

Sign up FREE to ToucanLearn to follow our activity based learning programme for babies, toddlers and children. We offer hundreds of fun learning craft, games and activities - every activity is aimed at the capabilities of your specific children. Download custom activity sheets, and log their progress in each child's unique Daily Diary!

You'll also find sticker and reward charts, certificates, number and letter practice. Every activity links into the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) areas of learning and development.

Fill in our Daily Diary to log progress against the EYFS and add photo entries instantly simply by sending them straight from your phone. You can share diaries back with parents or childminders so that everyone can enjoy watching your children develop.

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