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Although the days of our little ones cooking meals for us may be a good few years off, there’s no harm in training them early!
As the lockdown continues, we’re on a mission to help you keep your kids entertained. Along with our weekly Colour Me Happy initiative, we’re sharing some of our favourite recipes for all your budding Nigella Lawson’s and (hopefully less sweary) Gordon Ramsey’s to help build up their confidence in the kitchen and create some fun, delicious meals.
Tired of tossing and turning every night?
Living under the current lockdown, it can be difficult for both kids and parents to keep their minds and bodies active enough during the day so that they can then easily fall asleep when night time comes.
As we enter another weekend under lockdown, we’re all trying to find more inventive ways to keep the kids entertained.
Structuring their day around fun & interesting tasks not only keeps them entertained, but also educated.
With that in mind, we’ve curated a timetable for your little ones to follow. Some of the classes may be quite well known already, whilst others we have discovered may be new to you
Egg hunts are usually children’s favourite part of Easter Sunday. Whether running around the house or exploring the garden, it’s always egg-citing!
This year most children will need to do their Easter egg hunt indoors, so we’ve hatched a plan (see what we did there?) & come up with the following clues your flock of little lambs can use, all within the safety of your own home.
This week we've launched our Colour me Happy campaign.
Although it's nice for any parent to have their kids sat down, focused and (more importantly!), quiet whilst they’re colouring in, did you know it actually has a much deeper positive impact on your child's development?
Here's 6 examples of how it can help: