Given that my children’s nicknames are Roo, Tigger and Piglet I would imagine that it is fairly obvious that I share a love for the classic AA Milne stories of Winnie The Pooh. Whilst I recall the stories from my early childhood, it was when my Dad bought me The Complete Winnie The Pooh Collection hardback book that I truly fell in love with the stories. Earlier this year I visited the Winnie The Pooh Exhibition at the V&A and although I’d never really lost the magic of the stories, it reignited the words and characters for me all over again.
The incredible 2 follows the adventures of the parrs, a family of supers (humans with super abilities). the parrs include…
Last weekend we headed to London for the day for a special family screening of the new Incredibles 2 film….
When it came to thinking about technology for a toddler, LeapFrog has it covered. With a range of toys for babies through to educational toys and their award-winning LeapPad which is available in a couple of different models. Although at the lower end of the age scale for the LeapFrog LeapPad Ultimate Piglet has been using a similar model at her nursery so I was confident that she’d be able to navigate around the different activities available.
Whilst browsing through her Netflix homepage back in 2015, Roo discovered the Project Mc2 series. Featuring four super-smart teens band together to use their science skills to save the day. The first season of Project Mc2 was binged watched and she eagerly awaited the next season to continue the STEM crime-fighting fun from the NOV8 team.
Finding ways to help your child understand the importance of love while also developing fundamentals about life can be a tricky combination. When children are young, they are little sponges, wanting to soak up as much as information as possible and as parents, it’s important to find ways to make certain that we’re filling them full of knowledge to be able to thrive and succeed in life.
Molkky is an outdoor skittles game in which success is based on a combination of chance and throwing accuracy. All you need is some outdoor space – a garden, park, or a village green – add in a few friends or family members and a set of Molkky Pins.
With her love for the four colourful Teletubbies, we have tried to incorporate it in other areas. With Teletubbies books enjoyed at storytime, puzzles to challenge her logical and fine motor skills and an array of fun Teletubbies toys to play with. Something that we’ve recently done to extend the Teletubbies fun is to hold a Tubby Playdate.
Given that the Teletubbies have playmates on hand what better what to have fun than inviting some friends over for fun, food and activities – all Teletubbies themed, of course!