You Choose by Pippa Goodhart and Nick Sharatt – wonderful book and also the inspiration for a great game to keep children amused on walks.
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Or how do you help them to develop their own sense of morality? When I was adding tags to this post (because, even if I haven’t blogged properly for yonks, I still know the drill) the autocomplete already had ‘morality’ in there – and this is the post tagged with …
Creative Creatures, by Donna Wilson – our stop in the blog tour, with a video of RoRo and LaLa doing Goldilocks and the Three Bears
We have found that organised toy storage helps children tidy up because they know where everything goes and that it should go there.
Lunchtime by Rebecca Cobb is one of our favourite picture books and is coming out in paperback! We made a video dramatisation – well, four, actually!
The Polar Express is a lovely film to reaffirm a belief in Santa and to make it feel Christmassy
Game: Chameleon Crunch Publisher/manufacturer: Mattel Games RRP: £19.99 Recommended age: 4 years up Publisher’s Blurb A Great Learning Game for pre-schoolers This adorable, bright-blue chameleon can walk, talk and “eat” bugs — and he sure is hungry. But he’s very picky about the insects he eats. pre-schoolers will love playing …
Introducing a whole new way to play Whac-A-Mole. Grab a mallet and smack away on the lever at the base of the play set.
Junior Scrabble lives up to its claim of being an “ideal introduction for children to the world’s favourite game”.