Top Books to Guide Your Little One Through Potty Training

Potty training is an exciting time for your child and yourselves and it’s certainly a step in the right direction of your little one’s growing independence. But it’s fair to say that potty training can also be difficult and stressful. No child is the same so their potty-training routi
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Why Your Child’s Imagination Matters

In a modern world full of screens, distractions and alarming articles about children’s decreasing attention spans, more and more parents are hoping their children will hold onto their imagination and their creativity. For good reason! Here’s why your child’s imagination matters.
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Preparing for Big School

After many years at nursery where the children grew comfortable and confident, it is natural for both parents and children to have some nerves about starting big school where everything is new! We frequently discuss this with parents, so we thought we’d take the time to share our advi
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5 Easy Ways To Reduce Your Child’s Screen Time

We are raising children in the most technically advanced age – and that makes screen time somewhat unavoidable! Of course, some technology can be incredibly helpful for children’s development; television aimed to build their understanding of the world and online activities are fantast
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4 Fun Things To Do This Summer With Children

Summer 2020 was unlike any other we’ve experienced before, but 2021 already seems to be a lot better. With the roll out of vaccination programmes and lockdowns being lifted, many entertainment and recreational areas have been reopened. Still, we need to ensure the safety of our
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What To Do If Your Child Is A Fussy Eater

Fussy eating in children is a common complaint of many parents, so if you’re visiting this blog page to seek advice, know that you’re not doing anything wrong! Childhood is all about experiencing new things – and some children are just more adventurous than others with food! That bein
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The Importance of Accepting Your Toddler’s Feelings

We talk a lot, as parents, about a certain period of childhood development that can be challenging for both child and parent. You may have heard this period referred to as the ‘terrible twos’ or the period where your child is a ‘threenager’. So-called because of the frequent upsets an
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Hope for 2021!

The challenges of 2020 are now giving way to the hopes of 2021. Here are a few ways to inspire your children for a brighter 2021!
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Embracing Winter

Winter weather can pose new challenges, but also offer new experiences for children too! Here we offer ideas of how to engage with rain, wind and snow. Not only to support children’s learning, but also to engage with the elements. As the British fellwalker and guidebook author/illustr
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Talking To Children About Discrimination – 20 Resources for Parents

The ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement and recent tragedies, along with the latest news and media, have had a huge impact on the conversations we are having at home with our children. For a lot of parents, they are reaching out online and to other parents for advice, to learn about the mov
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