My Baba Measure / 8 February, 2023 / Christina Walter
Launching on 6th February 2023 to coincide with Children’s Mental Health Week 2023 they will be priced at £6.99 each. Four more Moshi cards are launching later in the summer, scheduled for June 2023 with titles including “Close Your Eyes”, “Love the World”, “Under the Sea” and “Feel Good”.
In a first for the Yoto platform, the Moshi licensed bedtime stories allow children to explore a world where little characters called Moshlings, live, work, play and dream.
Get ready for a magical mindfulness world for little ones with Moshi’s uniquely dreamy world of stories, meditations, and music…
bndle is a new marketplace for families with babies and young children. The site features over 6,000 carefully curated products from a host of innovative independent brands catering for every life stage and key developmental milestone.
bndle provides personalised product selections and expert advice so parents no longer need to spend hours browsing online in search of the perfect products for their little ones. To make the parenting journey even easier, bndle has partnered with a range of experts to create content on some of the most highly searched parenting conundrums, with sleep, hypnobirthing, weaning and potty training at the top of the list.
From 27th January – 12th February bndle will be offering new customers a 20% discount on all orders.
Introducing Angelcare’s NEW 2-in-1 bathtub. A bathtub like no other, the unique evolutive design safely supports both newborns and infants.
Initially cradling smaller babies from 0 to 6 months in a gentle reclined position, the inside of the tub includes Angelcare’s exclusive soft-touch, non-slip material, which, for ultimate comfort, warms quickly so baby doesn’t touch a cold surface. Then once baby can sit up independently (from 6-12-months) it offers a safe and comfortable upright support for added peace-of-mind and safety as they grow.
Aiding a stress-free, hands-free bath time, parents can relax knowing baby is safe and comfortable as they simply savour the moment, enjoying bath time bonding and play time with their little one.
As the UK enters Children’s Mental Health Week, which runs from February 6th to 12th, 2023, Reading Eggs proudly announces a collection of children’s mental health books in its digital library. The theme of this year’s event, ‘Let’s Connect’, highlights the importance of making meaningful connections to support children’s mental health.
Reading is a powerful tool that can help improve children’s mental well-being. By reading books about emotions, children can gain a deeper understanding of their own feelings and that they are not alone. Reading also provides comfort, engages the imagination and stimulates creativity, which can help to combat anxiety and stress.
In the Reading Eggs Library, children can read books about feelings, friendship, and mental health and test their understanding with a comprehension quiz. Each book read will also be logged in the Reading Journal, a real celebration of their reading journey.
Made of soft silicone, these colouring sets are reusable, educational and fold down to fit into a handbag offering a convenient way to entertain children at restaurants, travelling or on the go as an alternative to screen time.
The sets can be used over and over again and as a member of 1% for the planet they donate 1% of all sales to environmental partners.
“Fifteen-year-old Michael May makes history as the first child in space and part of a crew to the far side of the moon. However, from the moment he docks at the International Space Station, things change…
Theft, sabotage, and a shocking discovery threaten Michael May’s mission to the moon and force him to act. If he can’t find the answers, the mission will fail.
May’s Moon: Fortis Mission is the second installment in the May’s Moon trilogy.”
Following their huge popularity in 2022, Sticks’n’Sushi has re-launched their sought-after kids’ masterclasses, with dates throughout February half-term and Easter, offering children the chance to enjoy friendly guidance from the brilliant sushi masters as they share their passion and knowledge in a series of hands-on classes for kids.
In the 90-minute sessions, the eager students are well looked after, learning about the history of sushi, understanding the importance of each ingredient, and using their new-found knowledge to make delicious maki rolls and nigiris.
They can learn to roll with the best and eat their creations over lunch with their masterclass mates, then take home a brand-new talent along with a goody bag containing a certificate, their own bandana and chocolate fish. There’s also a small phrase book with useful Japanese numbers and words which will come in handy when they want to impress friends and family with their newly developed skills.
For sushi-hungry youngsters, the weekend classes will be held at a range of Sticks’n’Sushi restaurants including King’s Road Chelsea, Greenwich and Wimbledon.
The Museum of London Docklands is set to launch a brand new family trail based on the hair-raising, funny and rip-roaring adventures of Dodger, Fagin and the gang as seen in the BAFTA-winning BBC series Dodger.
Created in collaboration with Universal International Studios and the BBC, the free trail map will be available from Saturday 11th February. Written by Rhys Thomas (Creator & Director) and Lucy Montgomery, Dodger is unlike anything you have seen before. Taking place before the events of Charles Dickens’ classic, Dodger is set in a whole world of its own through reimagined familiar characters and a whole host of new ones. Fans can also catch up on the complete Dodger series and specials on BBC iPlayer now.
On a journey around the Museum of London Docklands’ galleries, visitors must help Dodger stay one step ahead of the police, who is on the run for a crime he didn’t commit and help Fagin and the gang make a living on the mean streets of London.
The trail map runs through the museum’s immersive Sailortown gallery, a recreation of a ramshackle London district from around the time Dickens’ novel was published. The gallery recreates the atmosphere of the maze of lanes and alleys around Ratcliffe Highway and the riverside, an area which had everything sailors alighting at the docks would need. See a life-sized ship’s chandler, curio seller and alehouse, and a mysterious animal emporium.