When your child first starts learning to read, they might come home with sets of high frequency words from school. These can feel daunting at first – just what exactly should you do with these word sets? How can you help your child to learn them? and what should you do if your child is […]
If your child loves this classic Julia Donaldson tale, then they’ll also love this simple Room on the Broom playdough activity. It’s a really fun way to recreate the story whilst listening to it or simply get creative whilst listening to an old familiar favourite. Why create this Room on the Broom Playdough Activity? In […]
Making a We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Story Basket couldn’t be easier. All you need are some everyday resources from around your home, a few of your children’s toys and items from the craft cupboard. We’re Going on a Bear Hunt is such a classic – I imagine you might just have a copy […]
If I could give you just one piece of advice, it would be to read to your baby from day one. That might sound a little over the top to some, but it is also SO important.
When it comes to art in the early years, I am so passionate about letting young children explore! Toddlers are little adventurers after all. As a early childhood special educator, I know that Sarah Szuminski feels the same. That’s why I’ve invited her to write a guest blog post all about process art with toddlers.
One of the biggest concerns for parents can be the semantics around learning to read: just how exactly do you encourage your child to read? I’ve got Abbie and Alice from Play Makes Sense to write a guest post all about encouraging your child to read.