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Early Impact is an award-winning early education training company. We are a team of teaching experts, who have worked as teachers, consultants, course-leaders, authors, and bloggers. We provide high-quality free information through our inspirational blog for all teachers and parents of children aged 0-7. We have also authored best-selling books, and have a range of top-notch online training resources. Come on in and take a look around!

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Our courses are fast-paced, and highly hands-on. It is an interactive experience, to maximise results. Early years specialists demonstrate ideas that are road-tested.


We provide a systematic framework that gets you from A to B in the shortest possible time. The emphasis is on quick wins, and resources and activities you can set up with the minimum of fuss.


Our courses are an opportunity to start debate, inspire you with imaginative ideas, and set you off on a journey full of motivation and belief.

Recent Posts

  • 5 Fantastic Fine Motor Activities for Toddlers
    As toddlers grow, they start to develop and refine their physical movements. These movements are usually divided into two categories: Gross Motor Skills Gross motor skills are movements involving the larger groups of muscles responsible for movements like independent sitting, crawling walking and running. Fine Motor Skills Fine motor skills are movements involving the smaller …
  • 11 Easy to Prepare Preschool Shape Activities
    Learning shapes in preschool is important because it helps children to identify and organize visual information. Being able to sort and match items like shapes is a good foundation for learning in other curriculum areas later on, including reading, mathematics, and science. Being able to identify shapes is an early step in beginning to discriminate …
  • What is Scaffolding in Child Development?
    Have you ever wondered how children develop new skills or how they begin to make new connections and learn new concepts? How do they learn to talk, understand language, and communicate? Have you ever considered how they develop physical skills so that they can crawl, then walk, run, jump, climb, and manipulate objects, such as …

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