These are strange times we are living in and we are all doing what we can to survive. In our home this means packing as much as I can into the day for the kids. Is that because you want them to excel at home school? (I hear you say!) Well, no……the fact is if they are distracted by things to do, they aren’t physically trying to maim each other. Our mornings are already filled with schoolwork which has been… Keep Reading
It’s spring, and that means one thing in our house: our windowsills are rammed with little pots ready to grow our seeds! This is something that I started with the Bear when she was only a few years old so that she would understand where food comes from. Since then it has become a tradition in our home to grow a few things every year.
Tomorrow marks the 75th anniversary of VE day. Although both my children are only KS1 at primary school, I was surprised not to see anything in their home schooling provided by their teachers this week. I think it’s incredibly important for our children to understand our history and so, off to Twinkl I went to find some activities. If you haven’t signed up already, Twinkl are offering a massive amount of resources to parents and carers for free while on… Keep Reading
Needless to say this is going to be an Easter with a difference. With a semi lockdown in place and social distancing in the forefront of everyone’s mind, Easter isn’t cancelled in our house but we will be doing a few things to try and make it a little more special for the kids this year.
We’re a family that loves to be outdoors, so when it’s raining in the way it has been recently, we start to get a little glum. I’m always looking for things to do and places to visit on rainy days and one of our go to places is Techniquest Glyndwr in Wrexham. That’s exactly where we headed to last week when the half term rain left us stuck indoors for far to long for our liking.