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Singakwenza, which means “We can do it” is a Non-Profit Organisation providing Early Childhood Education to economically disadvantaged communities.

Our toddlers have had lots of practice at improving their bilateral coordination (using both sides of the body at the same time) this week. They rolled their playdough into a snake and then cut it up with a “knife” made from a margarine container. This type of activity is also fun for your little ones to do while you are preparing food, as it allows them to mimic your actions without any of the risks associated with using a real knife.