Whispers, words, and wanderings

Let’s write your list of what inspires you; whether it is a walk in the park, a magazine read, mooching round the shops or time with friends and squeeze as much into your week as you possibly can. And if it’s reading Blogs or watching Vlogs then scroll down to find some of mine.
I hope they put a skip in your step and a twinkle in your eye.

06 NovReflections on Play: Social Skills & Connection


We are all friends together. Connection to the people we spend time with is really important for our emotional and mental…

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31 OctLet’s be curious about colour and texture!


Shades, tones, brightness, saturation, there are so many aspects to every colour we see! Think about how many colours we see…

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14 OctReading with your children


Why reading is so important The number of different words a baby hears each day is the single  most important predictor…

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02 OctImagination: Faeries and Scaries 


As it’s coming to the time of year where our children consider costumes, dress up and sharing scariness, I wondered about…

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20 AugHelping our Children with Change


To change, to make or become different. Alter or replace, transform, or convert. A time for us all to try something…

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25 JunCreating and Learning Through Art: Art Activities for Children


I love art. I have always loved art. I am fascinated by any kind of art. I am puzzled by some…

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19 JunMulti-Sensory Play Activity Ideas


In Early years, we never seem to be finished talking about sensorial play, multi-sensory experiences, and environments for the senses! When…

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04 JunNew to movement: encouraging your newborn


Curiosity Your newborn baby may want to explore, and in fact has an inbuilt need to experience the world around him,…

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28 MayPlay with Phones: Alternatives to Screen time


My Experience I grew up in the country, in a little village in the middle of nowhere so the house phone…

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20 MayUsing Nature to Nurture


I had wanted to write this wee reflection before we found ourselves in this challenging current climate but now it is…

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