Small World Play is such an important part of early childhood development and it has numerous benefits for your little learners. As your child explores a small world, they’ll be developing their creativity and imaginative thinking as they create story lines and scenes. Oral language skills are developed as they role-play and narrate their thinking.
Screen time. It’s quite the controversial topic but it’s a conversation which is really important to have. There’s no denying that children are drawn to screens like a moth to a flame. As a parent, anything that helps limit screen time in our home is something worth exploring and today I’d like to share my
There’s no denying that books are a wonderful tool for supporting our little learners through tricky feelings! Over my years as a teacher and parent, I’ve curated quite the collection of books all about feelings and emotions. Today I’d like to share some of my favourite books for teaching feelings and emotions with you! Kindness
Since becoming a mum, I’m often asked what kind of things I look for when choosing books for my own child, Ellis, and which books are currently on our bookshelf. Most people assume that having access to so many books would mean that our personal bookshelf is huge, but that’s really not the case! I’m
Have you heard about story stones? They’re becoming so popular and I get questions all the time about how to use them AND how to make them. So today I’m sharing how easy it is for you to make your own at home as well as some tips on how to use them. I absolutely