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craft / 10.09.2015

Imaginary play is so important for children and I think that at one point or another, almost everyone ponders what it would be like to be a superhero. It's fun to imagine we have super strength and special powers that could stop the bad guys and help people. Kids learn through play and I like to think the lesson of superhero games is learning about right and wrong, experiencing the joy of helping others and seeing that there are heroes in our community every day who wear special outfits just like their superheros (and some who don't) - like police officers,...

recipes / 09.09.2015

I'm a mama of three children, a trio of darling primary school-aged boys. When it comes to food, there are two things that I am constantly reminded of with my three amigos - 1. they prefer homemade food over store bought (win!) and 2. they seem to have hollow legs as they can eat and eat. And eat...

children's books / 15.05.2015

Every once in a while I come across a book that takes my breath away, with illustrations or words that speak to me on a level beyond just the text on the page. From the moment I saw the Home Grown Books Little Reader Series, which bring art and reading for children together, I couldn't wait to get my hands on them and it needs to be said - these are the most beautiful readers for kids I've come across. Ever. As part of my little literacy series, earlier in the week I shared three of our favourite alphabet books, then...