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  • 10 Jul 2015


    Equipping your child with great quality reference books at the start of the new school year, can ensure they are fully supported throughout every stage of education. Collins is giving away an amazing set of learning resources, tailored to your child’s school year. Your prize includes Collins English and Bilingual Dictionaries, Revision Guides and Atlases. […] more

  • 10 Jul 2015


    Great Gizmos are offering the chance for one lucky reader to win 10 Green Science Kits that teach children all about scientific principles and renewable energy, whilst having lots of fun! Learn how electricity is generated by a dynamo, discover how to power a digital clock using potatoes, turn a simple toy motor into a generator to power a light bulb, recycle a drinks can and turn it into a cool robotic bug or even recycle rubbish to make interesting science toys! […] more

  • 10 Jul 2015


    Tinder & Tide ( is inspired by a love of the great outdoors and has a range of fun and stylish products to ensure you are properly equipped for life in the open air. Each item is selected because it is durable, does what it is supposed to and looks good at the same time! So whether you are camping out under the stars, enjoying a day at the beach or relaxing in your garden Tinder & Tide will help the whole family love outdoor life. We all love campervans, you can now win a VW Campervan Pop Up Tent for your child worth £55 with Tinder & Tide. Perfect indoors or out, it pops up easily and also folds away into a very cool looking VW wheel bag so is easy to transport and store. […] more

  • 15 Jun 2015

    Books for babywearing

    Anne Dhir shares her favourite picture books featuring children being carried by their parents. One evening, as we were reading Catch That Goat to Odaline, she became very excited as she had spotted a mum carrying a child on her back! […] more

  • 27 May 2015

    Why wilderness is essential for children’s wellbeing

    There is a satisfaction that comes with spending time outdoors. In my work, as a facilitator of naturebased programmes, I aim for a holistic approach, to include minds, bodies, emotions and spirits to make sure we meet the fundamental need of humans to spend time outside in nature. Our modern educational curriculum concerns itself predominantly with the mind and the accumulation of facts whilst forgetting how much we learn from playing, feeling and being encouraged to have a sense of wonder and mystery. Marina Robb takes us on an adventure into the woods to play games and get connected to the earth […] more

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