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Unlock The Power Of Play With New Think Equal And EasyPeasy Activities

Think Equal and EasyPeasy have come together to deliver playful social and emotional activities suitable for children aged 2-6yrs old.

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Jen Lexmond

UK Social Enterprise Launches The ‘EasyPeasy’ Parenting App In Australia

As pressure on parents continues through the Covid 19 pandemic and lockdowns, the EasyPeasy app responds to the need for rapid innovation to help support family wellbeing and children’s healthy development.

Steph Coleman

Spotlight Stories: Midwife On Tap partner with EasyPeasy!

Midwife On Tap join us for our first Instagram Q&A. Anne and Madou answer newborn parenting questions, and talk about the tips they've created on our app!

Alex O'Donoghue

How To Stay Sane When You're Sleep Deprived

In your baby’s first year your own sleep goes out the window. Read our eleven tips for self-support.

Alex O'Donoghue

Sharing The Load: How To Keep Your Relationship Strong In Lockdown

Lockdown life tests the strongest relationships. Try these eight tips to keep yours on track.

Alex O'Donoghue

Another Winter Rainy Day In Lockdown? Try These 7 Indoor Play Ideas!

The weather is bad and your kids are bored. Check out our 7 resources to get your family through it!

Alex O'Donoghue

Nine Parenting Tips To Support Your Child's Mental Health In Lockdown

As we head into Children's Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, the spotlight is on supporting little ones in lockdown.

Alex O'Donoghue

Yes, Educational Screen Time Does Exist. Here's What To Watch!

14 shows your little one will love and learn from during lockdown.

Sophie Pickles

Handling Lockdown Toddler Tantrums: Seven Top Parenting Tips

The tantrum phase is tough - we've rounded up seven tips to help you cope successfully.

Rachel Carey

Want To Help Your Preschooler With Big Feelings? Try A Coping Jar

OT Rachel Carey talks us through the wisdom of a coping jar in teaching your child to manage their feelings.