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Book Review: Pasta Kidz -The Boing Boing Bushes By Bryony Supper

Pasta! A staple food that families up and down the country devour daily and not particularly interesting I hear you mutter! That's where you're mistaken as author Bryony Supper has taken this run of the mill cupboard staple and created a wonderful world filled with pasta inspired characters that even have their very own language!… Continue reading Book Review: Pasta Kidz -The Boing Boing Bushes By Bryony Supper

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Review: Imaginative Learning With Gopak Activity Tables

Imaginative play is so important for development at any age, but for those in EYFS and Key Stage 1 it forms a significant part of their learning alongside more academic topics. Leo is nearing the end of his Reception Year at school and during his time there his imagination and creativity have come on in leaps and bounds. He really… Continue reading Review: Imaginative Learning With Gopak Activity Tables

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Book Review: Magic Pie By Robyn Embrey

Children's imaginations are limitless! Everything in they encounter in their everyday life can be immediately created into something new! It's this imagination and fun that inspired Mum of two and author Robyn Embrey to begin documenting some of her own children's adventures. Her recently released children's book Magic Pie takes is inspired by her own children,… Continue reading Book Review: Magic Pie By Robyn Embrey

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Blog Blitz: Jay-Jay The Supersonic Bus by Sue Wickstead

Just before Christmas last year I had the pleasure of taking part in the Blog Tour for Sue Wickstead's kids book The Christmas Play Rehearsal . Having thoroughly enjoyed sharing it with my son over the festive period I was thrilled to be given the opportunity to take part in the Blog Blitz for one… Continue reading Blog Blitz: Jay-Jay The Supersonic Bus by Sue Wickstead

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Panto Review: Peter Plank In It’s Bearly Easter

School holidays, the time parent's country-wide dread! It’s not easy, or cheap to keep the kids entertained and whilst there are plenty of things you can do at home it can often leave you feeling rather stir-crazy after just a few days. Today marks the last day of the Easter break for us here in… Continue reading Panto Review: Peter Plank In It’s Bearly Easter

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Book Review: Who Do I See In The Mirror? By Vese Aghoghovbia Aladewolu

In today's modern world of social media and press coverage urging everyone to try and achieve the 'perfect' look, it really worries me the pressure that children growing up in this environment will feel.  I have always made sure to reinforce how beautifully unique and special each of my children are and urge them not… Continue reading Book Review: Who Do I See In The Mirror? By Vese Aghoghovbia Aladewolu

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Book Review: We All Need Friends By Dawn-Maria France

I recently posted a review of  The Naughtiest Girl In The World By Dawn-Maria France which I had been sharing with my son Leo and I was thrilled when we recently received the second book in the Jenny and Phillip series to read. This follow up story again features independent and self-assured Jenny and her magical… Continue reading Book Review: We All Need Friends By Dawn-Maria France

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Book Review: The Stress Goblin’s Hat by Dr Rubina & Omar Mian

It was only as an adult that I realised how much I had struggled with mental health issues from a very young age, something that was overlooked for many years until eventually I reached out to ask for the help I needed. Unfortunately, those early traumatic experiences have meant that my anxiety and depression have… Continue reading Book Review: The Stress Goblin’s Hat by Dr Rubina & Omar Mian

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Paperscapes Series: Books For Inquisitive Kids To Devour

Kids are like sponges, absorbing every new experience and snippet of information they discover and are constantly learning as a result. As a self-confessed bibliophile it’s no surprise that I love to share books with the kids to help them expand their ever-growing knowledge as they are an absolutely amazing resource for learning. Over the years… Continue reading Paperscapes Series: Books For Inquisitive Kids To Devour

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Review: Read With Phonics Kids App

Parents of school age children will without a doubt be familiar with phonics that are used to help teach those all important sounds needed to aid reading, writing and spelling. I'll happily admit when my older girls started learning the phonics sounds way back in nursery I was pretty clueless as I don't remember being… Continue reading Review: Read With Phonics Kids App