A Dad joke a day keeps us laughing away…

*We were kindly asked to review and share this fabulous Dad joke a day book, but all opinions, unlike the jokes, are our own* We love Dad Jokes. Well, the husband loves Dad jokes, and we go along with his sense of humour because it’s mostly hilarious. The children think he’s either very funny, or […]

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Watching butterflies with Insect Lore

Butterflies are fascinating and one of the very many insects that we have studied and observed as part of homeschool learning and nature life that we enjoy. We see a variety in our garden and are fortunate to live in an area where there are a number of different types. We are aware that butterflies […]

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Water beads for sensory and tactile play

We are huge fans of water beads for both home sensory play and work, at the groups I run with families of young children. They are a reasonably easy to set up and offer a messy/sensory play activity that’s great for children. Sensory play is very important for children and part of how they learn […]

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Golden Bear Toys – Trapped Exit Room Games

*We were kindly sent some Trapped Exit Room Games to review. All opinions are our own* As a family we love creative games and enjoy playing games that challenge us and make us think. These Trapped Escape Room Games from Golden Bear Toys are brilliant for that and handy to pull out for a rainy […]

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In my garden – weeds or friends?

In my Garden – weeds or friends? I am not a gardener, in that, I don’t do pretty, manicured lawns and fancy flowers. But I do find the basics of manual gardening cathartic and gardening is supposed to be good for you, so this is my little weekly slot sharing what’s in my garden. This […]

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