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Author: Sian

British primary school teacher and mum of 2.

Ahhh winter! Tis the season to be germy! Thorough hand-washing does go a long was in helping little ones stay healthy but they aren’t always super keen to do it! Here’s a quick little hack you can try at home…


If you have older play dough (or is it playdough?) that has past the point of no return, try turning them into ‘party cakes’ for your children’s toys. This activity doesn’t really need much explanation, but read on for some Read more…


With Christmas over so quickly and a long winter ahead, we’re increasingly using our DIY lightbox for activities. Read on to find out how to create this ‘fireworks’ tray at home. You will need: IKEA Flisat table with ‘trosfast’ trays Read more…


The very early days and months with baby are HARD. The midwives and healthcare visitors will encourage you to do ‘tummy time’ but that’s sometimes easier said than done. See these 5 benefits of regular tummy time sessions.


It’s fair to say that we’ve gone a little crazy for all things Frozen themed lately as Z is just so excited about Frozen II coming out. Here are 5 ideas that you can try with your little frozen fans Read more…


We’re in the midst of Frozen fever! My daughter (3.10) is so excited about the new movie so we’ve been doing a lot of Frozen themed play activities. Cloud dough makes for a great sensory ‘snow’ base because you can mould it into different shapes – almost like real snow!


Do you have a toddler obsessed with all things farm life? We do! Our youngest absolutely loves farm animals (especially cows) and trucks too, so we’ve combined both to create this farm themed box. I reckon it would make for the perfect present too…


Is your little one obsessed with Frozen? With the new movie due for release at the end of this month, there have been fever pitch levels of excitement at our house. Read on to find out how to make your own no- cook Frozen themed dough…


Ahh potty training! It feels like one of the biggest parenting milestones in the early days. It can sometimes feel like a impossible, frustrating journey but a few things have worked really well for us. As a mamma of three children and educator, hopefully I can pass on some pearls of wisdom which might just work for you too.