Keeping their immune systems robust is the key to keeping your kids healthy now they’re back at school.
This episode is about crafting, experiments and having fun with kids of all ages. We talk about fine motor skills and educational aspects to crafting and everything in between.
Online tutoring is in-demand more than ever before. If you’re considering booking online tuition for your child, here’s what you should consider.
We thought we’d take a look at some fabulous homeschooling interior ideas and accessories from Great Little Trading Company for the ultimate homeschooling set up.
Dr Megan Jones Bell, Chief Science Officer at Headspace has shared some of her top tips on mindful activities that parents can do with children during lockdown to help them stay calm, occupied and entertained.
Make learning in lockdown a little less boring with this quick round-up of super-fun resources for kids. From activity worksheets to online lessons there’s something every child will thoroughly enjoy.
The following article is provided in accordance with the latest advice by Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Royal College of Midwives and Public Health England.
Keep your child entertained during the lockdown with these awesome science activities!
Amie Jones, self-confessed book addict, mum of three boys and founder of Kind Kids Book Club shares her top kindness book picks for your little leaders of the future.
Online Pilates classes by Becca Hull. Check out this introductory video to Pilates and your first free hour’s class here.
Running out of ideas? Here are our top ten ideas for activities you can do at home with the kids.
Get organised with our free printable, and don’t forget to check out our ‘Surviving Lockdown’ page for everything to keep the kids busy and you sane!
If you’re bored of reading the same books at bedtime, fear not! BookTrust is on hand with this fabulous collection of new children’s books. Grouped by age for ease of browsing!
We enlist the help of Amy Forbes-Robertson from It Happens Education for advice on how to broach this topic, and the detail we should be looking to include.
Have a go at one of these easy to make recipes with your children. From yummy breakfast cookies to an all-time favourite in our house, banana bread – you’ll find something to please everyone’s taste buds.
Dietitian and cordon bleu chef Jane Clarke shares her advice on how to keep healthy during the coronavirus outbreak in our most recent episode of Parental Control, My Baba’s new podcast.
Action Hands is a community campaign set up to support young children and families adjust to the realities of Covid19 with well-being activities and music.
This is an unsettling time so it’s important to explain to your child what the plan is, that being at home might be tough at times but that you’re also all going to have a lot of fun.
Organic food brand Piccolo has come to the rescue with their top tips on using your pantry essentials to make the most out of batch cooking for the whole family
This is the perfect opportunity to enjoy time together and really share wonderful experiences that will benefit not only your child’s developmental progress but also create many happy memories for you as a parent.
Families who have children with special educational needs are used to adversity and rising above significant challenges. Here are my suggestions to help cut through the noise of panic many are feeling.
What effect is all this worry going to have on our kids? How should we be speaking to them? Plus top tips for homeschooling as a family.
Perhaps the most important thing underlying all of these points and for homeschooling is the emphasis on rewarding your children, the same as they would receive in school.
So when it comes to education, it’s never too early to start sowing the seeds for a fulfilling lifetime of learning. But how do you encourage, without pressuring? Guide your child in the right direction, without stifling their independence?
Imaginary play gives kids the chance to experiment and identify with the adult world around them, and it’s also really important for cognitive and social skills. Imaginary play is always a great solution for boredom and can keep kids of all ages amused for hours.
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Fire up your core with five of my favourite yoga-inspired core burning drills. Theses exercises will help you build strength, power up your practice and work up a sweat. No need for gym equipment, just roll out your mat and put on some awesome tunes.
Card games are always a hit at times like Christmas, and in times of well, self-isolation!
Rumours and misinformation have been circulating to such an extent that social media platforms have taken a stand to direct people towards reliable information rather than facilitate click-bait links to scaremongering fake articles.