Hello! As you probably already know, when it comes to craft, I am not a natural in the slightest! So it’s all about ease for me. Especially when doing craft activities with young twins! So I just thought I’d share a super simple activity we did the other day. I think these easy toilet roll minibeasts look pretty effective. And cute too! 🙂
Coding is such an important skill for children to learn these days. We were lucky enough to be sent some fab toys from Learning Resources to help teach the twiglets some simple coding. If you’re interested in coding for kids, read on to find out how Coding Critters can help!
Most of us parents are always on the lookout for ideas of activities to keep our kids entertained and happy. Especially at the moment, when lots of us find ourselves in the position of attempting to homeschool our children to some extent while schools are closed. If you have a space-mad little one and you’re looking for a bit of inspiration, then look no further! Here are 25 fun and easy EYFS space activities you can do at home with your child.
It’s so important to get children excited about Science from an early age. To celebrate British Science Week, we were lucky enough to receive some lovely STEM toys from Learning Resources. This post will show you how Learning Resources can help you bring Science to life at home in an easy and fun way.
One thing I’ve noticed since the twigs started school, is that C in particular has been coming home and saying things like ‘so-and-so’s really naughty’ or ‘he’s a naughty boy.’ In other words, labelling other children as naughty. Not in a nasty way, more in just a factual way really. It seems to be something lots of the other children do and they all talk about. But I just have a bit of a problem with labelling children naughty in this way.