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There are endless benefits to exposing children to the arts. Study after study cite the positive impact that exposure to the arts has on kids: increased community and school engagement, higher literacy levels, better fine motor skills, greater empathy, just to name a few. Never once have I seen a study saying that the arts don’t benefit kids!


Meet Myriam from MOTHERCOULD! She is a digital creator and mama to two girls, who lives in sunny Miami, Florida. Myriam makes the most awesome video tutorials on Instagram and is one of the loveliest people on the ‘gram…


Dinner prep can be hard with a mobile baby in tow – they inevitably want to be with you all the time, but it is of course, super dangerous to have a baby pulling at your legs whilst you are Read more…


Many times, sensory play is overthought – there’s the elaborate set ups which are clearly made with love and care, but quite often (or pretty much all the time in our case) It’s the simple ideas that are most engaging…


This week’s inspirational educator is Jules from Stories of Play! Jules is a preschool teacher turned Chief Household Commanding Officer (I’m personally going to start using this title instead of SAHM too as it sounds waaaay better!) She lives in Read more…


Meet Zara Demeris from Melbourne Australia. Primary School teacher Zara, is the founder of Play Tribe and an educator at Craftercise. We first bonded over our mutual love for turning everyday objects from around the house into play activities. In Read more…


I get it….really I do get it. More so than ever now that i’m living in a rental apartment but the fact still remains, the benefits of messy play far outweigh the inconvenience of tidying it all up. Read on Read more…


The Inspirational Educators interview and blog post series will feature a range of educators from around the globe. There’s set to be an awesome line up of interviewees so read on to find out more!


It can be really tough to paint with babies – most paints aren’t suitable for the under threes, but if you just use edible options all the time, then you are never left with a lasting piece of artwork! The Read more…