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When our resources make a shortlist, we can’t help but do a little jump for joy! Yippeee! Easi-Cars – Set of 4 Rechargeable Cars. Shortlisted category – Early Years and Staff Equipment – Three to Fives. Children will love this fantastic set of four rainbow remote control cars. Their attractive shape and design will have […]



When our resources make a shortlist, we can’t help but do a little jump for joy! Yippeee!

Easi-Cars – Set of 4 Rechargeable Cars. Shortlisted category – Early Years and Staff Equipment – Three to Fives.

Easi-Cars - Set of 4 Rechargable CarsChildren will love this fantastic set of four rainbow remote control cars. Their attractive shape and design will have instant appeal. The cars come in bright colours, with corresponding remote controls.

All four cars can be used simultaneously without having to worry about setting different frequencies. The two button control allows the cars to go forward and reverse to change direction. Use indoors and out (on flat terrain). They’re super for using with small world buildings, following different routes, races or just exploring and developing key ICT skills.

We’re delighted that this is a rechargeable resource. They don’t need batteries, simply place the cars back on the docking station, recharge and go.

Baby Posting Pots. Shortlisted category – Early Years and Staff Equipment – Under Threes.

Baby Posting PotsThese beautiful wooden posting pots allow young children to experiment and explore the world around them. They have been specifically developed to support the schemas of enclosure/containing.

Made from smooth rubberwood, these robust posting pots have been aligned to a baby’s developmental needs, as practicing and repetition while emptying and filling the pots can help babies to make strong connections. Suitable from Birth +

The Nursery World Awards recognise and highlight the best that is being achieved throughout the UK early years sector by organisations, teams, individuals, initiatives and equipment providers. They shine a light on the hard work, innovation and dedication of those in early years education and childcare, communicating aspects of best practice and helping to raise the profile of the sector.

Fingers crossed for the Nursery World Awards 2012 night!


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