Archives for 2017
By playing with his peers, the child learns about communication. He must express his likes, his dislikes, how he views play time, etc. When very young, his communication is non-verbal, but as he grows older, he becomes comfortable with verbal communication.Read more Communication, a form of intelligence that can be learned through play
Travel aboard our rocket and get behind the wheel of the Rover to explore a world inhabited by yet unknown creatures. This dynamic and fluid product layout will get children moving and dreaming!Read more 3-2-1, TAKE-OFF!
The CRAFT Table enables the creation of emotional ties between children When the little ones sit side by side, they create emotional ties characterized by gentle and joyful emotions.Read more The role of The CRAFT Table in fostering the child's SELF-ESTEEM
Jambette is proud to present its Canada’s 150th ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION. New play structure components such as roofs, game panels and accessories have been created specifically to highlight this special event. Order your play structure now ! Click...Read more Canada’s 150th ANNIVERSARY
C’est aujourd’hui que débute la 22e édition de la Semaine québécoise des familles. Célébrons cette richesse tous ensemble du 15 au 21 mai. Une initiative du Réseau pour un Québec Famille. Pour plus de détails, nous vous invitons à visiter le site...Read more Bonne Semaine québécoise des familles 2017
From a clinical standpoint, play has a tremendous impact on mitigating certain problems. It has been proven that the act of playing reduces attention deficit disorder and depression.Read more Unstructured outdoor play at the park to prevent risks of depression