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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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Play. Learn. Grow. Together!

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Playing, dancing, talking, reading, even helping cook or tidying up. Did you know that every time you do these things with your child, they are learning?

Did you know that your child's brain is almost fully grown when they are just six years old?

When you help your child learn before age six, you are building a foundation for social, emotional, physical and academic skills that will last a lifetime.

Simple activities like dancing, singing, talking, reading, playing and exploring with your child help to build their cognitive skills, language skills, spatial and math concepts, social skills, empathy, motor skills and problem-solving skills.

Watch our videos to learn more about the importance of learning in the early years and what you can do to help your child.

Let's play, learn and grow together, Saskatchewan!

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Every little thing you do counts. With every positive interaction, your child is learning and developing. Learn more.

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Fun play-based activities like exploring or creating with your child help them develop and learn important skills. Find out how easy helping your child learn can be!

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It may surprise you that when you help your child learn in their early years, you're also helping them prepare for future achievements like high school graduation! There are many easy things you can do to help your child. Learn more.

For more great tips on easy and fun ways to learn with your child, follow the Government of Saskatchewan on:
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