We’ve had a busy week! It’s been so nice to get outside without our winter coats and boots on, little Bee’s had a ball running riot in the garden and around the park.…… Continue reading Our week in photos. (8 – 14 June 2015)
‘Fox’s socks’ written and illustrated by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler is one of the ‘tales from the acorn wood’. The story is about a fox who gets out of bed with cold feet and goes on a hunt for his socks. He searches around his house looking for them and collects other pieces of…… Continue reading Fox’s socks story props
Every day we read these stories countless times! they’re little Bee’s favourites right now. We read them over and over and he never tires of them. This repetition however is hugely beneficial to little minds. The constant repetition of words helps children remember more words and develops their ever increasing vocabulary. Great news for little…… Continue reading Our favourite books right now.
Little Bee absolutely adores books, any kind of book really: Bath books, board books, books with flaps, pop up books, puppet books, paperback books, soft books, travel books, big books, little books… The list goes on. He has always loved books. I started reading to him when he was still in my tummy and even as…… Continue reading Books
This year we’ve decided to compile a summer bucket list. We decided to add a few things we wouldn’t normally do in our day to day lives and I’m quite excited about it. I count the beginning of June as the beginning of summer, therefore the implementation of our list begins in a few days!…… Continue reading Summer bucket list
In recent times, the number of children in their early to mid teens being referred to educational psychologists has rocketed. Children with mental health concerns is on the increase and studies have shown that one of the reasons for this increase is pressure to perform perfectly and having no opportunity to fail. When it comes…… Continue reading ‘But I want to win!’
The Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh are magnificent! I think we were slightly more appreciative than Little Bee however. He was more than happy running riot round the gardens while we ambled round appreciating the beautiful sights. The extensive gardens allow plenty opportunity for energetic play and we also enjoyed a lovely picnic in the many…… Continue reading The Royal Botanical Gardens