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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…


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…


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…