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Top Posts & Pages
- CBeebies -Tree Fu Tom (raising awareness of dyspraxia)
- Saying Goodbye to my Pink Nissan Figaro
- Musical Games to Help Young Children Learn about Notes and Beats .
- Can Technology Engage and Improve Boys Literacy?
- If You Go Down to the Woods Today - 10 Woodland Activities for Children
- Not a Parent's Evening but a Goal Setting Conference.
- Why Clay is an Essential Material for Pre-Schools
- Build a Mud Kitchen - Why Playing with Mud is Good For Children
- Activities to Build Children's Language Development from Ages 3-5.
- Fairy Houses in the Woods.
Blogs I Follow
- Isaac M. Morehouse
- Laura Grace Weldon
- Elsa by Emma
- Crushing Tall Poppies
- Librarian Arika
- A Life Less Organised
- Pocket Mouse Publishing
- Ramblings of a retired teacher.
- ERIC Blog
- The True Power of Parenting
- Mud Mud Marvellous Mud
- Happiness in Learning
- ECE is Vital
- EASYsolution 4 NURSERY EDUCATION dot-co-dot-uk
- Living Differently
- Leading CPD
Monthly Archives: August 2011
I first visited Goderich when I was 16 on a family holiday to visit my uncle. I fell in love with it and remember it being the first holiday when I had to hold back the tears as I left. … Continue reading
I was asked if I would write a post about starting school. This isn’t a recent event in our household, my eldest started school 3 years ago. Many of my friends are struggling with the thought of their children going … Continue reading
I’ve just finished watching Carrot or Stick ? A Horizon Guide to Raising Kids. This was an interesting insight into Horizon Documentaries about Child Development spanning from the 1960’s to the present day. It covers a variety of topics including attachment … Continue reading
When I turned 30 a friend bought me a photo shoot as a gift. The photos were stunning and I’ve always kept one on my wall as inspiration for how I would like to look when I had finally finished … Continue reading
Yesterday I posted about our lovely day out at Glenny Woods. It was a wonderful day but there was an incident that spoiled the day to some extent. How many parents have felt that moment of panic when you realise … Continue reading
We had a lovely time today at Glenny Woods organised by our local Children’s Centre. Glenny Woods is a wonderful woodland centre owned by the Scouts Movement. They have an indoor room with a veranda for when it is wet, an area … Continue reading
I’m new to listography – often having perused other bloggers’ offerings but never adding my own. This weeks topic however struck a chord with me. I’m going through a big period of change at the moment and feel that I … Continue reading