Brain Games for Toddlers

Boost your little ones maths, science and literacy skills with these fun, inexpensive brain games for toddlers that you can create with objects from around your home! Make your own colour matching toys Sorting and matching is such an important early math skill that helps in classification of objects. We always start with learning to sort…

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Teaching Your Child to Dress Themselves

Teaching your child to get dress themselves is an important life skill and can be hard to learn.  Children learning to dress themselves builds confidence, giving them a sense of achievement and gratification they have accomplished something.  It also encourages independence, meaning helping them to get dressed is one less thing for you to do!…

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Ramadan Activities for Children

We are now in the month of Ramadan where Muslims across the globe will be going without food and water as a way of reminding ourselves to be grateful for our blessings, this is also a time for more prayers, introspection, charity and service. To get in the spirit of Ramadan and Eid- ul- Fitr…

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Ramadan Card

How to Make a Ramadan Card

Send your warmest greetings with a Ramadan card that is created by your little ones, to family and friends this Ramadan. We love this design,  it is easy to make and simple to do.  Here’s how: To make this Ramadan card you will need: 1 sheet of purple card and 1 sheet of gold glitter card…

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Sensory Play Activities for Babies – Part Two!

Sensory play activities for babies aged 6 to 18 months do not need to be extravagant or over-planned. Everything is new and interesting at this age and can be totally mesmerising!  Here are a few easy free sensory activities to get your little one off to the best start on their learning journey. Outdoor Treasure…

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Sensory Walk Trail

Sensory Play Activities for Toddlers – Part Two!

Sensory play supports language development, cognitive growth, fine and gross motor skills, problem solving skills, and social interaction!  And we can’t get enough of it! Here we have listed some more sensory play activities for toddlers you can do at home for free or little expense. Spaghetti Play Boil the spaghetti as specified in the…

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Giving Up the Dummy

Giving up the dummy can be a hot topic of conversation and there are lots of opinions as to whether to use a dummy or not.  Here are some general points on dummy use in order for you as a parent to make your own decision. Should I give up the dummy? Many parents choose…

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Easter Inspired Activities

Easter is a great time for crafts and being creative! There are a lot of fun activities and games to play too! Here are some of our favourite Easter inspired activities! Decorate eggs Once you have boiled your eggs, all you need is a variety of paint colours, fine paint brushes and let your child’s…

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Helping your Children to Love Reading

Reading with young children provides a great opportunity for talking and listening and showing an interest in the written word.  Here are some fun ways to help your little one develop a love for reading. Develop a Special Bond Sitting together on the sofa or under the sheets, in your own private den promotes lots…

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Grief and Bereavement with Children

Everyone experiences bereavement, grief and loss differently. It is the feeling when we lose something (including pets) or someone important to us. There is no right or wrong way to feel.  There are other types of loss such as losing home, end of relationship (separation/divorce) or losing a job. Due to the corona virus pandemic…

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