I recently stumbled across this great site. http://crammed-with-heaven.blogspot.com/ It has clear close up photographs of insects, berries, flowers, the heavens- and many more things. Lots of interesting poetry and quotes liberally sprinkled around and sometimes audio. There are activities to do and trivia to read. My 4 year old likes the photographs and he tries to guess what he can… View Post
I found a homemade rattle I had made for my oldest son whilst we were packing up to move.The pasta, rice and pulses looked a bit sorry for themselves now after a few years but it didn’t stop my youngest from shaking and rolling the baby bottle around. The rattle was an Avent baby bottle I had bought filled with… View Post
You are away from your child’s usual toys, games, DVD player and at your folk’s house; or maybe an Aunt. The supply of things you brought are losing their appeal. After all you can’t bring everything. So what can you find and use at their house. Here are 11 homegrown activities we’ve used in the past that worked for us.
Lisa Adams of the Daily Record features a new interesting book that looks a lot of fun. In her article SIMPLE STEPS ON HOW TO HELP CHILDREN FALL IN LOVE WITH THE IDEA OF LEARNING BEFORE THEY GO TO SCHOOL She talks to the author about his book. Bring Out The Genius In Your Child by Ken Adams is packed… View Post