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  • 14 Dec 2013

    9 Crazy Christmas Party Games

    What better way to get motivated after a big Christmas lunch and help the little ones burn up some of their exuberant energy than with a few Christmas party games? We have selected and made up nine fun and sometimes energetic party games to ensure laughter will be ringing out well into the evening. Have fun! […] more

  • 10 Dec 2013

    Christmas Crafts: Tiny Christmas Trees

    Each week, in the build up to Christmas, I’ll be sharing with you some of the crafts I have enjoyed with my little ones and how to recreate them at home. This week is we’ve been making little Christmas trees. These are easy to do for all ages, great sensory play for younger children with focus on detailing for the older ones. […] more

  • 30 Nov 2013

    Christmas Crafts: Handprint Tree

    Each week, in the build up to Christmas, I’ll be sharing with you some of the crafts I have enjoyed with my little ones and how to recreate them at home. This week is the handprint tree. So far we’ve only done one of these with our eldest but the result has been something simple and yet memorable. I don’t know that I want her to do a new one, there’s something rather special about looking back at those tiny excited hands with each year that passes. […] more

  • 27 Nov 2013

    Craft your own presents

    Don't panic! There's still time to make lovely presents for your loved ones. And winter is the perfect time to get crafting. On dreary, rainy days, you can cosy in with your kids and get making. Or when they've gone to bed you can make a big mug of cocoa and put the radio on for a crafting session. You might like to invite friends over for a crafting evening – nothing like a group of crafty folk to get you inspired and you get to have a laugh whilst you create. […] more

  • 18 Nov 2013

    Help your child beat bullying

    Bullying can be one of the most challenging experiences our children might face away from the safety of the home. And it can be incredibly dis-empowering for parents, who want to protect their children and despair at seeing them upset, but don't know what to do. Children can be cruel and, as books like Lord of the Flies show, are adept at spotting difference and weakness in their peers. Bullying often comes from a place of fear: the perpetrating child may have difficulties at home, or feel anxious themselves at school. […] more

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