AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This year in Reception Erin has been learning a lot about nature and wildlife and it’s something that she’s really been enjoying. We have been trying to encourage additional learning on this topic at home and while we’re out and about and this has been made easier with a set of Kidnoculars Extreme* from Learning Resources.
AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This year Erin has really enjoyed being in Reception and she’s really thrived in that environment. We’re really keen to encourage Erin outside of school as well and find things we can do together that are both fun and educational. We were recently sent Mental Blox Go!* from Learning Resources to try out.
AD | Gifted Recently Erin received a very exciting delivery of one of the brand new Nestlings toys. As soon as she saw the box she was incredibly excited and couldn’t wait to see what it could do. Before we could start playing though we had to pop in some AAA batteries as they don’t come included, which, for the price of the toy I think they should be. However, we do always have some at home so it wasn’t a big deal. I know that if Erin had seen it and wasn’t able to
AD | Gifted item Just a couple of weeks ago we reviewed the Fuzzikins Fuzzi Babies and Erin had so much fun with them. Since then, we have washed and reused the figures so when we were asked to review the Fuzzikins Bedtime Bunnies I knew it would be something that Erin would enjoy and with Easter coming up, what better time to try it! What’s in the box: 1 x large Fuzzikins bunny figure 1 x medium Fuzzikins bunny figure 1 x small Fuzzikins bunny figure 3 x Felt Tip Pens 3 x felt
AD – Gifted Erin has been a fussy eater for quite some time now and when I say it’s hard, I’m not kidding. We are constantly trying to come up with new ways to get Erin interested in food and we’ll do anything if it encourages her just a little bit. Hape is a brand that specialises in toys, a lot being wooden, and we were recently offered a couple of food based toys to try out! Just over the past couple of weeks we have been encouraging Erin to help in the kitchen and
Disclaimer: We received this product for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own. Over the past couple of months Erin has really become a fan of PJ Masks. It wasn’t something we watched a lot of but then she surprised me one day with somehow knowing all of the character’s names and being desperate to get Catboy out of one of those plastic eggs. As soon as I saw the PJ Masks Mission Control HQ Playset I knew it would be a toy that Erin would love. The PJ Masks Mission Control HQ Playset
Disclaimer: We received this item for the purpose of this post. All opinions are our own. A couple of months back Erin randomly noticed that we had a piggy bank on one of the shelves in the living room. Since then, she has been really interested in trying to count the coins and trying to understand what money really is. As soon as I saw Count with Peppa I knew that it would be something Erin would not only enjoy playing with but also get a lot of out. Count with Peppa consists of a very
Erin is now at an age where she is really picking up words quickly and easily so I’m trying to help her as much as I can. Sometimes though, I get a bit stuck on what to teach her and more so, how to teach her. I had had my eye on Peppa’s Alphaphonics Campervan for a little while now and we have been lucky enough to be able to review it. The alphaphonics board is presented in a really bright and colourful campervan design, with the pig family sat inside. At the top