AD | Includes gifted item and affiliate links (marked with *) Erin loves a craft, and we spend a lot of time doing this every single week. Buying craft kits, or even just various craft items, can mean being left with lots of plastic packaging or bits that you don’t use. We’ve recently been introduced to some great products, called Re, Cycle, Me. These are craft sets that aim to turn garbage into things such as art, games or even a princesses for a party! These sets come with a bit of a difference though. While you get most of
AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links marked with * Erin is due to start Reception in September but like a lot of children, she has had a large chunk of time this year where she wasn’t at nursery. Homeschooling didn’t come easy to us and I think thanks to Erin attending a Montessori nursery, she wasn’t such a fan of sitting and doing worksheets. So, we’ve had to look for different ways for Erin to learn and I think she honestly does better at the moment if that comes through play. When I first saw the Magicube* World
AD | Includes affiliate links marked with * Before Erin went back to nursery and we were spending a lot of time at home we struggled to keep Erin occupied and happy some of the time. Homeschooling wasn’t really for us, not in the traditional sense, so we looked for other ways to get Erin to think about different things. Something I had been thinking about buying for a while was a Magformers* set but was somewhat put off by the price. Thanks to Donna at What The Red Head Said I found the Magformers My First 32 Piece Set
AD | Gifted item Children spending more and more time at home recently and we don’t really know when everyone will be back at schools. I think we are all doing our best when it comes to homeschooling but without being a teacher, it can be hard to know what children might enjoy and what they will learn the best from. Learning Resources luckily have so many different fun ways for children to learn and one of them is Steggy The Fine Motor Dino. Steggy is a super cute dinosaur that is aimed at children from age 18 months. Of course,
Are we on week 8 or 9 now of being on lock down? I’ve honestly lost track of the days and weeks but I know it feels like forever some times. We have been very lucky that we have been keeping busy with loads of board games, such as the bundle we received from John Adams. It can be hard though to keep buying new toys and games to keep yourself and the kids occupied and happy so today I wanted to bring you a fun giveaway. To help keep you busy during these tough times we’re giving away a
AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) One of Erin’s favourite things to play with is her dolls, and she is super lucky to have both a BABY born brother and sister as well as the BABY born soft touch doll. She can spend hours and hours playing with them, making up different situations for them and looking after them. Adding a new addition to her BABY born family Erin recently received the BABY Born Little Sister Mermaid* The BABY Born Little Sister Mermaid comes with the mermaid doll, comb and a tiara. The mermaid has some
AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Spending more time at home at the minute means that we are doing more things as a family. John is working from home so gets a lunch break and is also ‘home’ earlier than he would be if he was at the office. We are also spending loads of time together at the weekends but we can run out of ideas sometimes, especially if we’re stuck inside on a miserable day. Luckily, Spin Master have come to the rescue with a selection of games for the whole family.
AD | Paid collaboration For some time now we have been spending a lot more time at home as a family and we are keen to keep up Erin’s education before she is due to start Reception in September. As none of us are teachers, and really don’t know much about what a 4 year old needs to learn, we turn to online resources and shops to help us out. This is also a great time for family members to order gifts online, when they might not be able to see someone in person. The thing about education is that