Starting school

As you may know my little boy starts school this year and we’ve been learning letters alphabetically (see our learning journey so far here). It seems different schools integrate children differently. The school our son has got into, introduce the children for an hour  a week (now) over several weeks (4 in this case). Today … Read more

A is the Start

If you followed our letter learning journey, you will know that I skipped A because our son already knew that letter as it’s the first letter of his name. Well we are about to undergo a new start by buying our first home so what better time to learn about the start of the alphabet … Read more

Tea Anyone?

I feel so much agggggh right now that I feel I could actually explode. So I thought right Tea & Sympathy is what I need – and it is Tuesday after all. That and I could show you my Tea Cup pictures I took. My first born has Asperger’s Syndrome. He is very intelligent, and … Read more

Jolly J

This week when I told my son we were on the letter J he told me that it was for Joe his best friend. First I started with my youngest child and we did jumping then we played with the Jungle animals and we had jelly and played with the jewellery We made a Union … Read more

Letter Learning H

H comes at a good time as we are buying a HOUSE and had a Happy Birthday party!! If F was for Fun then H is definitely for HAPPY (and house and heart) So we made Happy hs – with hearts (as a smile) And of course h is for hugs And hand and hello … Read more

What do you get with a G?

I have been teaching my 4 year old the alphabet before he starts school in September (Yay we got our first choice school. I hope you did too) I actually started with my youngest. We simply used some black tissue paper (tbh it’s the only black paper I had but I thought it would be just perfect as … Read more

Fun with F

I have been teaching my 4 year old the alphabet before he starts school in September (we find out which school he’s been allocated tomorrow!!!) F was definitely for FUN, and we certainly had fun whilst discovering about it! I started with my youngest simply glueing some flower shapes to a piece of paper. I … Read more

E could only mean one thing!

EASTER EGGS!!!! I have been teaching my 4 year old the alphabet before he starts school in September. So really Easter couldn’t be better timed! Well this I found on Pinterest and thought it was just perfect. Simply cut out an E shape and an egg. Cut the egg in half as if a chick … Read more

Daffodils and Bonnets

With it being Spring we decided to combine learning the letter D with Daffodils First simply cut out a letter D and colour it orange I never had any yellow paper so we painted a white sheet – I also think this adds to the fun, gives it more texture, and obviously the added skill … Read more