Here are this week’s Project 52 photos of my beautiful boys; my pride and joys 🙂
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Bonus group shot:
If you can’t quite see what the boys are all engrossed in, it’s the new LeapBand from LeapFrog. They are sitting at the top of a tree house in the zoo playing a few games. It was taken earlier today after the launch event. Mr Z’s portrait for this week was also taken after today’s event and I’ll share more with you about this during the week!
I can’t quite remember what the context of Mr Z and Mr T’s shots were for this week. They are both just snapped at home so probably nothing special but when looking through this week’s pictures they jumped out at me because of their personalities shining through in the shot, so I had to chose them!
Sensory Stone play should be part of any child’s development, as it encourages new experiences involving the senses. Every stone play offers an opportunity for kids to better understand their shapes through play and mark making. This game enables children to experiment with shapes and patterns while also exploring how to match and find symmetries. […]
For the first time in what seems forever, UK residents are awakening to clear blue skies. The birds are singing once again and the first daffodils of the year are making a most welcomed appearance. With spring in the air, we can feel it calling us to get outside and enjoy the beauty of the […]
It’s fantastic to see World Book Day grow year on year, teaching children about the joys of reading in a fun and playful way and getting them to engage with characters and literature is an amazing idea and it’s fantastic it has become so successful here in the UK. Truly highlighting the joys of reading […]
At this time of year, schools and playgroups tend to have a strong focus on Christmas and as the kids are all getting excited it’s fun to include some more lighthearted and fun festive activities, but lots of these can still be educational for little ones, without them even realising it! I’ve gathered together a […]
If I were to make a list of what kindergarten kids love the most my guess is that fun, learning, and activities with water, would definitely be on that list. So why not combine all these into an amazing science experiment? Preschoolers are very active and curious, the best way for these young individuals to […]
DIY chalk Did you know that you can make your own chalk? And it’s easy! This chalk is made into giant sticks, which is great for little hands to grab hold of, and perfect for pavements and patios. You can create a giant masterpiece and then let the rain wash it off.