Thank you gift for teachers

What is a good gift for my child’s teachers?  When my daughter left nursery we wanted to give three types of gift: something handmade for her key workers; something all members of staff could share; and a present for the nursery itself, I.e. a toy or book that the younger children and future children could... Continue Reading →

How to make your own Story Spoons

This week is National Storytelling Week in the U.K. - I hadn’t heard of it until recently so if you are as unfamiliar with it as I was, there are some great resources here.  The idea is to encourage and promote storytelling, whether that is folktales and fairytales or telling your own story. There are... Continue Reading →

Easy Easter craft kits for toddlers

It’s nearly Easter, which as well as chocolate eggs means... more crafts!I had been saving egg boxes to make daffodils with my three year old but am conscious that she still prefers crafts we can do in one sitting, that is without having to wait for paint to dry first. I’m also in the process... Continue Reading →

Easy Valentine’s crafts for toddlers

While some people dislike Valentine’s Day as an over-commercialised excuse for retailers and restaurants to cash in, for others it’s a day to feel loved and appreciated. That doesn’t just mean a candle-lit dinner with your significant other – if you have children, it’s a great opportunity to celebrate the love you have for your... Continue Reading →

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