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Guest Blog Post: Dates aren’t what they used to be…

Pre kids you might hear the word date and think best dress,smallest bag andred lipstick. Post kids it means wipingoff that stain from lunch,grabbing the buggy full for every eventuality and heading to a fellow mums house for a date of a play variety...

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Playing with Money

Ahh isn't it funny how kids find our most mundane tasks so interesting! Those everyday tasks we complete and it's so easy to forget our children are watching our every move! Through carefully observing our day-to-day habits, our children learn how to interact with the world. We are their first teachers and they are learning so much from us. It's also really interesting to think how the world is changing and how it is changing our daily habits too. Thinking about the day-to-day tasks I would have watched my parents complete some ahem...30 years ago will be very different to those my son observes me doing today. Technology has played a big part of this as it evolves to make...

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Summer Holiday Survival

Visual timetables: Time is a tricky concept to young children so when we are talking about the weeks of the summer holidays or counting down to an event it can help be really useful to help them visualise the days. Try having a weekly calendar with a peg or sticker to mark the days of the week. This also works really well for counting down to holidays or birthdays too!!   Prepare for the day: Some children can find it hard to be ‘off timetable’ they like routine and like to know what is happening. That’s why you can often be asked a hundred times when Grandma is arriving! Therefore something I like to do with Mason in the morning...

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