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As i’m fond of saying on this website, counting and number recognition are two very different skills. Your little one might be able to count confidently to 10 (or more!) but that doesn’t equate to being able to read what a number represents. At the moment, my Miss 3.10 is working on recognising numbers and so I thought i’d make use of the gazillion conkers we’ve collected recently…


What I love about setting up observational art, is that everyone can go about it in their own way. On a peaceful Sunday afternoon, H (10, Z (3.8), E (18 months) and I got creatively inspired by the sunflowers i’d Read more…


This is a quick post as the whole idea behind tinker trays and loose parts play is to let the child explore and discover for themselves. Read on to see what we’ve included…


Most days, we are out exploring for the entire morning. We spend our days in different parks around Vienna and often collect ‘Nature Treasures’ along the way. Today I was inspired by the rock shape activity I saw on Little Read more…


Mouse Paint is an absolutely BRILLIANT book for learning how to mix primary colours. This is not the first ‘Mouse Paint’ related activity we’ve done and it certainly wont be our last either. Read on to find out how I Read more…