Early childhood development, Gross motor development, open ended play, Outdoor play, Preschoolers

“Go Outside and Play”

Hi everyone, happy New Year! OK, that's a bit late I know. It is almost March, after all. I haven't been blogging lately. We went on a giant massive holiday and I've really only just settled back into the routine of the year. Plus, my baby girl is one now, and not napping for quite… Continue reading “Go Outside and Play”

creative play, Indoor activities, open ended play, Preschoolers, Screen free activities, Toys, Winter

Blutrack Review – award winning STEM toy

Do you have little people in your house who are car racing crazy? Then I want to introduce to you the BluTrack Racetrack. My clever sister-in-law gifted this to us for Christmas last year, and it's been an absolute hit with our two eldest kids (who are aged 4 and 3 years old). We've used it… Continue reading Blutrack Review – award winning STEM toy

creative play, Indoor activities, open ended play, Preschoolers, Screen free activities, Sensory play, Vertical surface, visual perceptual skills, Winter

Window Collages – creative indoor play

How's everyone going in this wet wild weather? Hasn't it been crazy lately! Winter can just leave us alone now, please. We've been making some duraseal window collages here at home so I thought I would share this indoor activity with you. Duraseal is a really handy item to have in your stash of winter craft… Continue reading Window Collages – creative indoor play