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

A great game for children (from 2 and a half years) and adults! Have a family competition, with the older kids having to stand further back from the base.

You can also make a few bases and write a numeral on each. Your child has to try to get the correct number of rings on each one. For the younger children, draw the correct number of dots on the back, so that if they can’t remember what the numeral is, then they can count the dots.

For your interest, the last picture gives you a description of one of the skills that you are helping your child to develop through this play, so that you can see how you are helping with your child’s development as well as bonding with your child.