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Tessia Brival, Author, Entrepreneur In Conversation with Edx Education

Episode 42 – Heather Welch from Edx Education today we will be in conversation with Tessia Brival, owner of Les Petits Bellots, a French-English bilingual creche in London, Author, just published a book (“Rejuvenated Mums Make Happy Kids”) Tessia quickly learnt that parenting is the most amazing experience but can also be unbearably tough without the right support. […]

Heather Welch, Edx Education today we will be in conversation with Hunter Clarke-Fields, Author, mindful mama mentor.

Hunter is the creator of the Mindful Parenting course, host of the Mindful Mama podcast, and author of the bestselling book, “Raising Good Humans: A Mindful Guide to Breaking the Cycle of Reactive Parenting and Raising Kind, Confident Kids.” Hunter shares the new path to changing generational patterns and raising confident kids. She helps parents […]

Christmas Gifts & Toys – The Edx Education Gift Guide

Christmas 2021 – why starting early and buying responsibly is even more important this year, and why an educational toy will put a smile that will last on their faces. Christmas is almost upon us. Homes are being transformed into winter wonderlands, the shops are playing festive tunes and the television is full of adverts […]

Good Housekeeping Toy Award 2021

Edx Education win an award for FunPlay Rainbow Pebbles – a top choice for pre-schoolers Edx Education, one of the UK’s best-selling home learning brands, is delighted to have received a Good Housekeeping Toy Award 2021 for their FunPlay Rainbow Pebbles, in the under $30 category. With so many toys on offer, from well-known names […]

Black Friday toy deals

Many deals in both the USA and UK Black Friday sales day is nearly upon us, the annual sales event which is the perfect time to buy great gifts for loved ones. Whether you are after a new scooter, action figures or educational toys, it is THE best time for big brand toy sales, and […]

The History of Educational Toys

Educational toys are proven to help develop problem-solving skills and help with fine and gross motor skills. But where did they come from, and how do they meet the demands of 20th Century children? It is hard to imagine a childhood without toys. The excitement of unwrapping a new doll, playing a board game or […]

Heather Welch, Edx Education today we will be in conversation Dr Karin Jakubowski Educator, Empowerment Coach, Founder, Educational Impact Academy.

Episode 40: Dr. Jakubowski believes in connection before correction using mindfulness strategies with her students.  Helping kids live to be happier, healthier every day. She has touched the lives of thousands of families in multiple states with her ability to connect and help kids experience success from challenging behaviours. With a doctorate in Educational Leadership, […]

How Can Play be Facilitated in Children with Special Needs?

The Importance of Playing Contrary to some old-fashioned beliefs, playing is not a frivolous pursuit with no value, it does in fact play a critical role in the healthy brain development of babies and children. Play is so important to optimal child development that it has been recognized by the United Nations High Commission for Human […]

When do Kids Stop Playing with Toys, and Should They?

The Importance of Play Playing with toys was once considered a frivolous pursuit with little worth. However, advances made in brain imaging over the past 30 or so years has provided solid scientific proof that play is essential for healthy brain development in babies and children. Legislators, educators, and parents alike have responded to this […]

How Sensory Learning Can Help Teach Children with Disabilities

Disability Education Children with physical or intellectual disabilities have a right to receive special educational provisions. This is defined as “educational or training provision that is additional to, or different from, that made generally for other of the same age” in mainstream settings. Essentially, special provisions or adaptations should be made to give disabled children the […]