Love Monster, a quirky new animation for pre-schoolers full of fun and adventure based on the books by Rachel Bright. Each day brings an exciting new occasion or event such as Sharing With Others Day, Build A Snowman Day or Hot Chocolate Day.
At four-years-old she needed the opportunity to pick her own activities, to allow her imagination to run wild or be creative when the mood struck. Whilst she has a number of role-playing toys as well as access to a climbing frame. We were lacking somewhat in the creative and logic activities for her. Which is why we have been loving the Meli & Ro Activity Pack.
Don’t even think about opening this book you nosy noodle.
I am warning you.
I am very angry.
Starting school can be daunting for anyone, including dinosaurs. Take a journey through Dinosaur’s first day at school. See the things that he is unsure about and how looking at things a different way can ease the worries that he is having.
When it comes to talking to children about their emotions it can be difficult to find a way to do it in a way they will understand. Especially if they are younger children. Everyone deals with some form of anxiety throughout their life, which Gloria’s BIG problem helps highlight for children. As well as showing them that it doesn’t have to stop them doing the things that they love.
The early years are a pivotal time for children, it is the time when they are learning about the world around them. From the people they love with, their extended network of family and friends, as well as classes, groups or nursery that they may attend. These years are the ones where they will learn so much more than they will as they grow up. From the everyday things of walking, running, talking and understanding (and dealing with) their emotions.
School children learn that seeds can be dispersed by wind, water, animals or the bursting of a pod. In Three Lost Seeds, these forces are a subtle metaphor for the hardships faced by displaced children.
As a family with thrive off a routine, of course, not all families are like this. Whilst some are very much able to go with the flow and ‘wing it’, we find that the children respond better if they know what is expected for them and what is coming next. There is, of course, a degree of flexibility in our routines however, on the whole, they are the same pattern.
It’s not just penguins who have problems you know! From the creators of Penguins Problems comes this stylish and original laugh-out-loud companion.
This bumper book of outdoor activities is filled with a fantastic range of crafty things to do. It’s all you need to get the kids outdoors and enjoying nature, whatever the weather.