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Best&Less from Wagga supports the development of children’s motor skills | The Daily Advertiser

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WAGGA preschool and kindergarten children are encouraged to participate in a free national initiative that aims to address the “alarming impact” COVID-19 has had on the age group. The initiative, led by Best&Less, aims to improve children’s creativity, imagination and fine motor skills through coloring. “We want to support the next generation in their education and encourage handwriting from an early age,” said Best&Less CEO Rodney Orrock. Kids can get a free Color Me Happy coloring book from the Wagga Shop. IN OTHER NEWS: The initiative has already proved popular with Wagga staff, saying the first batches have gone really fast, but don’t worry and there will be more as a new edition is published every two weeks. “We are thrilled to give back to families and communities where we can after two difficult years for parents and their children,” Mr. Orrock said. “Family is at the heart of our brand and we are continually looking for ways to inspire the next generation. Participants will also be able to enter a contest to win one of three $10,000 daycare/Prescool makeovers or one of 40 $50 gift cards. at www.bestandless.com.au/colour-me-happy. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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