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Are you looking for a Halloween activity with loads of learning opportunities? Try this web craft. I made this with my son (8) on a slow Sunday afternoon – read on to find out how we did it.


Meet Clare Wood from Tiny Steps Make Big Strides. She is the owner of a literacy clinic in Perth, Western Australia. She also makes awesome literacy resources and blogs about all things early literacy in her spare time. Keep on Read more…


If you’ve been following along for a while, you’ll know that Z and I have been making play dough together for a while now. Not only is it a great early introduction to cooking, but there’s heaps of learning benefits Read more…


Inspiration often strikes when we have a billion tonnes of recycling to use up! After so many trips to IKEA recently, we have a serious surplus of cardboard. Whilst we always recycle, it seemed like a shame for these huge Read more…


Big balloon, big balloon Bigger than the sun and moon. Flying high In the sky Fly, fly and fly and fly! I’m pretty sure that all parents know the Peppa Pig song, right? If not, I promise that as soon Read more…


Have a whale of a time with these ocean themed play ideas…


Play dough is a brilliantly versatile play tool that suits a variety of ages. We’ve done a whole heap of activities using our homemade dough, from baking cookies to aiding spelling practice. It’s so simple to make that you won’t Read more…