Monthly archive for June2020

An Attitude Of Gratitude

An Attitude Of Gratitude

“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.” ~…

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The benefits of sensory play for children

The benefits of sensory play for children

The Benefits of Sensory Play for Children Sensory play is so important for the development of our children’s mind. Here are just a few to get you inspired to get your hands dirty… Cognitive Stimulates brain function e.g. creative thinking and problem solving Experience cause…

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Breaking the ‘Learned Helplessness’ Habit!

Breaking the ‘Learned Helplessness’ Habit!

Today’s blog is the second in our I’m Being Challenged By My Child series and we are going to be thinking about ‘learned helplessness’ and how to break this debilitating habit. Learned helplessness in our young people comes from the well-intentioned but clearly developed pattern…

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5 life Lessons

5 life Lessons

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Supporting Families Grow into Greatness

Supporting Families Grow into Greatness

Here at Thinkers.inq we are very keen to help good families become great. As such, here are 14 great resources for your every need right at your finger tips… Alex Stuart is a Whole Food expert and shares some super delicious recipes here on her…

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Playing with purpose: how to create a culture of thinkers and doers

Playing with purpose: how to create a culture of thinkers and doers

Do you remember the freedom of play as a child? Do you remember the adventures of your play; all the crazy, eventful and exciting possibilities your play offered? Bouncing through a hopscotch game, throwing a ball to your dog or charging down the street on…

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