Tips For Helping Kids With Their School Work

  • February 21, 2018

Do you have a child at school? If so, you’ll be used to having homework to do by now. We have the creative home learning projects every half term which I inevitably end up doing myself, but the worst is the maths homework every week. On top of that, we now have SATs practice to do so I think it’s safe to say we’re going to be kept busy! Whether >>

Parenting Reviews

Numbugz – A Fun Way To Practice Maths

  • November 24, 2017

Little H is now in Year 2 and the work is getting noticeably harder, especially the maths. She’s quite good at maths when she puts her mind to it but it does take a bit of explaining sometimes. I very was interested to try out a new travel game from Plyt called NumBugz. As the name suggests it’s all based around numbers and I’d much prefer to play games as a >>

Books Reviews

Ronald the Rhino – A Twinkl Book With Augmented Reality

  • November 6, 2017

This month we were asked to check out a brand new book from Twinkl. We’ve used resources from Twinkl before (read our post here) so were happy to check out their new book, especially as we all love reading as you may have noticed from previous posts! Twinkl have lots of amazing resources available for all ages, and Ronald the Rhino is one of their ebooks that has been turned into a printed >>

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Parenting Reviews

Toy Testing With What 2 Buy 4 Kids

  • April 28, 2017

We were recently invited to be Toy Testers for What 2 Buy 4 Kids which Little H was very excited about. I think she felt all famous like the kids on YouTube that she watches constantly! What 2 Buy 4 Kids is a fab online toyshop which stocks a great range of different products. The website is split into sections for girls and boys, or you can search by age, which makes it >>

Parenting Reviews

Help Your Children With Their School Work Using Twinkl

  • October 31, 2016

This year Little H started Year 1 and even though we’re only in the first term still we’ve already noticed that it’s quite a bit harder than Early Years. She’s getting maths homework every week, plus spellings that they get tested on weekly. Little H is coping well with the work, but is always worried about getting her spellings wrong or not being able to do her writing quickly enough. When did >>