Make Your Own Playdough

This could be the wrong time to suggest doing this activity since many people can’t get flour but when you can, making your own playdough at home is a superb idea for many reasons. Firstly, it’s a great thing to make with children of all ages, getting them to measure out the different ingredients and…

4 Types of Bloggers During Lockdown

I was just on my daily walk mulling over what I’d like to do with my weekend and I thought to myself that I really must do some work on my blog. It got me to thinking, sometimes blog posts are so easy to write and other times it’s so bloody hard. This lockdown situation…

5 Ways to Beat The Boredom During Self Isolation

Hey, hey! I won’t lie, I’ve found it really difficult to find the motivation to write. I won’t pretend that I’ve found the last weeks so hard I couldn’t face writing because I haven’t. For me, I haven’t felt inspired and I’d rather not write something I’m not happy with. For today’s post, I’d like…

March Style Heroes!

I won’t lie! I almost forgot to do this post this month because of everything that’s going on but I’m glad I did, I want to try and be consistent if I can. So here we have it, MARCH STYLE HEROES! Laura – @lauu_with_love on Instagram Laura has a bright, whimsical style and whne I…

Lesson of the Day #1: The Super Skittles Experiment

Welcome to my first lesson of the day post. I’ve started with something cool and engaging for the children. Also, I know it’s called lesson of the day but as I’m still working, this would not be sustainable for me so I’m shooting for 2 lessons/activities on the blog each week as well as some…