Inside Out is a family movie that makes kids and adults start thinking deeper about how they feel and respond to certain situations. Throughout this film, there are references to emotions and kids get to enjoy learning more about anger, joy, sadness, and other emotions as they follow the journey of the Inside Out team.
Now that most schools have closed down for weeks with no end in sight, it’s time to think about how you’ll keep the kids entertained indoors. Social distancing is being enforced, which means you may not be able to enjoy a day at the park or local museum, but you can keep the kids busy at home. These easy suggestions are something any family can do regardless of finances or free time.
Letterbox Loveliness with unique hand-decorated packaging, intended to put a smile on the faces of the recipient, the sender, the creator and even the postie!
Squishysaurus is an interactive augmented reality app and toy range that brings the learning environment at home and in a school environment to life in brilliant new ways.
Unlike other kids’ audio players, TIMIO is fully interactive and grows with kids from infancy into grade school while developing their vocabularies and imagination. Each TIMIO device includes 20 discs of curated educational and engaging material on various subjects for multiple ages – the alphabet, fairy tales, nursery rhymes, numbers, lullabies, colours and time are just a few of the disc categories.
Just because you are on a budget, it doesn’t mean you can’t smell good. Remember smelling good does wonders for your personality and confidence. With so many resources around us, there is always a cost-effective way to smell good avoid bodily odours. Not convinced? Then go through the tips below and let’s see if you change your mind.
This fun multiplication game will help children practise their times tables from 2-12. With two games in one – Hero City board game and Multiplication Bingo – times table practise will be filled with fun!
The Comic Club, a new monthly subscription service that will not only allow him to receive his own post each month (always an exciting time for a child). But also includes two magazines and an activity sheet that will help him engage with the magazines. Gaining more enjoyment and knowledge than he would normally.