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Tag: EYFS


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…


Here’s the thing, toddlers are BUSY. It is hard to set up a meaningful activity that they will give their full focus to. This is where this ‘sticky wall’ comes in: it’s engaging and a great way to boost fine Read more…


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…


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…


I think we can all agree on the fact that toddlers have pretty short attention spans and as such, setting up an activity that takes heaps of time and effort can seem like an absolute waste! My main motto is, Read more…


By the time your baby reaches their three-quarter year milestone, they are practically unrecognisable from the teeny tiny newborn bundle. They may be sitting, crawling or even pulling up to stand. In short, they are unlikely to be in the Read more…


When you think of Autumn, what colours do you think of? For me its hues of red, orange, gold, amber and brown. After a gorgeous walk in Stadt Park with Miss 3.10, we decided to use the maple leaves we Read more…


I confess that the term ‘school ready’ does really irk me. The pressure parents face to ensure their child can count, sing the alphabet and be fluent in a foreign language (kidding) by the time they reach reception class is pretty intense. Whilst counting to 100 is indeed impressive for a 3-4 year old, i’m more concerned with the more practical elements of being school ready. Here’s why…