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

C is for Carrots

I thought I’d teach the boys about life by doing C for Carrots. First I simply cut out some letter Cs and some strips of green paper. Got him to colour them in and stick them together. Then on Pinterest I saw these seed planters made from toilet roll holders. original source I decided that … Read more

B for Bee

B is for Bees First we started with the old toilet roll from an idea here Whilst we had the paints out I thought why not have a “bee” picture – by painting yellow and black. My son then thought why not paint himself as a Bee!!! He had great fun and it easily came … Read more

Extracurricular Activities – for the Select few?

Studies by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) show that children should be getting on average of 60 minutes exercise a day. It will help reduce health risks – such as cardiovascular problems, Build stronger bones, healthier joints and muscles Maintain a healthier weight Help aid sleep Reduce stress levels Increase self-esteem and self-worth/image … Read more