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Hungry Little Minds

Hungry Little Minds Wigan Council

Everyday moments can be used to boost your child’s learning, and they are interested in all sorts of things.

The Hungry Little Minds campaign provides lots of simple tips and activities that you can slot into your routine and that children love:

• Children will make a game out of almost anything. When you play with them you can see their imaginations light up. Whether it’s I spy while on the bus, peek-a-boo at bath-time or even a game of teddy bears’ picnic at tea-time.

• Children love to talk about all sorts of things. It all goes in, even when they’re too young to say much back. 

• Children love it when you read with them. It all goes in; every single word. From a book, a magazine, even a shopping list.

Where do I start?

At Hungry Little Minds you can get age appropriate tips and activities to do with your child that do not require you to really change your daily routine. From singing songs such as nursery rhymes to talking about what you can see at the bus stop, all the tips are simple yet will help set them up nicely for when they go to school.

 

Want to know what’s going on around you? The Family Directory has the details of activities for children that are happening in your area. You can also find out about help with childcare costs and accessing funded childcare.   

Visit Hungry Little Minds and see how you can feed the early learning and development of your little one with fun, inexpensive ideas and activities today. 

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Wigan Council do not carry out suitability checks, we strongly recommended that you always check with providers that their service or activity meets your requirements.  Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided in this directory, we do not accept any responsibility or liability for any errors that have occurred. There are links within the directory that take you to external websites which are not managed by Wigan Council therefore we have no control of their content.  We offer an impartial service and we cannot recommend or endorse any providers listed.

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