An excerpt from the full post, written by Senior Educational Therapist, Rachel, from The Alternative Education:
"When I need to buy a present for a kid aged 0 – 7 years old, I inevitably end up looking at Little Llama’s website.
Founded by Dave, working in education, and Joan, a Speech and Language Therapist keen on curating the best toys for children, I have been impressed with the concept of open-ended play that the toys offer.
Put simply, open-ended play is when you make an object anything you want it to be. A couple wooden blocks could become building, trees in a forest, a robot, humans in a convention, you get the idea.
That sounds pretty basic, doesn’t it?
However, what Little Llama offers is a more bespoke experience, especially for infants and toddlers where they might be susceptible in swallowing wooden blocks or Lego.
Featured in The Straits Times, and many other parenting blogs and websites are their extensive catalogue of products, ranging from the super fun Moluk series to the Plui Rain Cloud that’s a hit with little ones during bath time."
The Alternative Education is dedicated to helping students, without and without special needs, to reach their fullest potential.