Category Archives: Pre-school

A is for Anna of Arendelle

Little Miss is a bit obsessed with Frozen lately! So Anna was an obvious choice for the letter ‘A’ I’ve made a few magnetic toys over the years. They’re great for popping in your bag to go to coffee shops … Continue reading

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Camping with children – Why?

If you’ve only ever been camping at a music festival or as a girl guide/scout you might be thinking of camping as some kind of purgatory. This post is for you! Why camp with children?   You get to be … Continue reading

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Spring – Nature activities in the woods

Little Miss and I were really lucky to attend 8 weeks of “Wellies in the Woods” run by our local Children’s Centre. Each week we went to the local woods for two hours and I attempted to get Little Miss … Continue reading

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January Sensory Tub – Arctic Animals

I struggled to think of a  January sensory tub. I wanted it to have a white base but I didn’t really want to use rice (my carpets still haven’t  recovered from the stars) or cotton wool. In the middle of January … Continue reading

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Winter Play Dough

I finally made this month’s Winter Play Dough! I’ve been meaning to make up some new play dough for ages. After the chaos of Christmas I always find it hard to get motivated in January. I found this list of play … Continue reading

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