Christmas can be overwhelming with gifts, and an experience gives that person the chance to not only enjoy the excitement of what is to come but enjoy the experience at a later date as well. However, what sort of experiences are a good gift at Christmas?
The classic and phenomenally popular Winnie The Pooh Complete Collection includes 30 books box set is a must-have for every child’s nursery, bedroom, playroom or bookshelf.
With the evenings becoming darker & darker, my mind is slowly starting to think about Christmas (I’m sorry, I said it!!). This will be my youngest child’s second Christmas & (fingers crossed!) we won’t be in lockdown this year, so there is a lot to celebrate. I thought I would jot down some potential gift ideas for my little one, which would be great gift inspiration for any under 2’s.
Pip and Posy are best friends – they love to play, and make things, and have fun. But just occasionally they get cross or sad, and sometimes things go wrong that are beyond their control. And that’s when kindness and understanding – and a cuddle – make everything better.
This book could not be timelier and there is never an age where it should be considered too young to teach children how to treat and respect others, and ‘WILD’ succeeds in doing this in an accessible way. This is the debut book from mum-blogger duo Dawn White and Annette Demetriou.
A read-along story to remind us that… The Wonderful World Was Waiting. The second title from Lauren Fennemore and Zoe Damoulakis, whose picture book The Year We Muddled Through – also about lockdown – was published successfully last year.
Life can be so busy and often we don’t realise that small acts of kindness can not only make us feel good, but they can transform someone’s day. However, as we go about our daily lives, where can you Create Your Own Kindness? It is easier than you might think
Talking Up is an illustrated children’s book series aiming to inspire and encourage emotional development. Each short story provides themes to help children understand challenging issues and encourage emotional intelligence.
You may be wondering how you can encourage reading more, or perhaps want a little more insight into the type of genres your child might be interested in. If this is the case, then hopefully some of the things highlighted below could help you.
Enter a world of pattern, symmetry and shape and have a go at creating perfect circles and triangles, designing your own tessellations and making marvellous mandalas. Whether you’re a maths whizz or a dating doodler, this book is your graphic guide to smart art!
But remember – this is NOT a maths book!