The Wobblers’ Room


Learning and exploration

In our Baby 2 and Wobblers’ room children learn to become steady on their feet and to master the skills of walking and climbing. Here, a wide variety of equipment is provided so your child can explore, experiment and have fun. In this room, it’s all about providing opportunities for learning and exploration. Activities are introduced to further develop communication skills.

Developing concentration skills

Children’s concentration levels are increasing all the time so introducing activities like Story Time and Music Time will help them develop these skills.

Aims of Baby 2 and Wobblers’ Room:

  • Provide further opportunities for experimenting and exploring (puzzles, blocks, push and pull toys, books, musical instruments etc.)
  • Introduce arts and crafts activities (finger painting, brush painting, messy play, for example with shaving foam). These sensory activities are very important as children learn a lot through touch
  • Introducing age-appropriate games (hide and seek, Ring a ring a Rosie etc.)

Table-top fun

As the children in this room get a bit older we introduce table-top activities which will develop and promote a wide variety of skills.  Such activities include puzzles, play dough, sponge painting and drawing.


Other new activities for this age group:

  • Role play to develop social interactions and skills (dress up, home corner, dolls, prams, cars, trucks, toy animals)
  • Free play, and sand and water play provide further opportunities for experimentation and exploration
  • The Baby 2 and Wobblers’ Room has its own designated outdoor play area with rubber matting


Sharing and caring

In these areas the little children are finding out a lot about themselves. They meet and learn to play with new friends, to share and care for each other. Children begin to talk and learn to listen.

You won’t miss a thing
A hand-written diary is kept for each child on a daily basis about their daily routine and is available to parents at the end of each day. We also carry out observations on the children to monitor their developmental stages.