ECD Puzzle Resources
The first seven years of childhood are believed to be the most important,
with lifetime implications for emotional health and personal success.
In an age of technology, artificial intelligence and separation from nature, companion animals have an even greater role to play than ever before in the well-being of young children.
Explains social worker Dr Magdie van Heerden, a specialist in the human-animal bond: “Most children relate easily to companion animals because they are not judgmental and if treated well, they are positive role-models for companionship, play, laughter, love and having fun. Child welfare and companion animal welfare are intertwined and we cannot split the one from the other if we want to heal our communities and strive towards emotional health.”
Guided by these principles, Caring Classrooms has developed resources to enhance the emotional
development, vocabulary and imagination of young children through PLAY.
All puzzles are sturdy, wooden, made up of 20 pieces, and fit into a wooden tray.
Cost: R265 inclusive of Post Office Speed Services delivery, counter to counter