Little Brian Paintsticks and Art Station Review

Little Brian

Painting at home used to be my worst nightmare, until I was introduced to the Little Brian Paint Sticks, which provide a fun, clean and convenient way of painting. Looking a bit like a glue stick, Little Brian Paint Sticks are a fun, clean and very convenient way to paint and we use them both at home and at the preschool where I work. They can be used on paper, card, canvas, wood, and glass with no need for brushes,… Continue Reading “Little Brian Paintsticks and Art Station Review”

Gifted: Say “Vamousse” to Head Lice

lice treatment

With young children still at nursery and kids (hopefully) heading back to school on 8th March, it may only be a matter of weeks before you get the dreaded letter home saying head lice have been found on a child. A commonly held frustration by parents is that other parents are knowingly sending their kids to school with head lice and therefore cause the spread, but lice infestations are spread by undetected infestations that can take over a month to discover.… Continue Reading “Gifted: Say “Vamousse” to Head Lice”

How To Keep Your Children Entertained Whilst Staying At Home

Eliza Crafting

With stay-at home guidelines extending longer than many expected, figuring out how to keep your children occupied without going outside may be becoming a near impossible task. Finding ways to keep them entertained through months and months of lockdowns is so important, as you must ensure that they stay mentally and physically active for the benefit of their long term health. Luckily, there are in fact several different ideas that you may not have considered which can keep your little… Continue Reading “How To Keep Your Children Entertained Whilst Staying At Home”

5 Ways To Build Confidence In Your Child

Kids with attitude

All children can lose their confidence at certain times, such as starting a new school year or are having a low period. It can be hard to help your child to regain their confidence; with this guide, it should help you to give them a little push in the right direction.  A good lunch can instantly boost their mood.  Just like breakfast, lunch can be a big part of your child’s day, whether that is at home or school. Having… Continue Reading “5 Ways To Build Confidence In Your Child”

Review: New Magicubes from Geomag

I was first reviewed Magicubes back in February and the kids loved playing with them. They are also a huge hit with the kids at the pre-school where I work and we since added to the collection with several sets or different designs, from plain colours to shape matching and even Paw Patrol sets. Magicube is a magnetic construction system that has turned the classic cube into something “magical” and I was keen to see what my granddaughter, Lilah (8… Continue Reading “Review: New Magicubes from Geomag”