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Mini Review: Winter (Seasons) 

Title: Winter (Seasons)by Ailie Busby (Child’s Play Int.) Why do we love it? Gorgeous pencil drawn illustrations and detailed descriptions capture wintertime through a child’s eyes.  What makes it Christmassy?  Snuggles, snow, stories and soup! I challenge you not to feel Christmassy after reading this!  Want to buy […]

Review: Ronnie Rocket by WOW Toys

Wow indeed! We’ve been incredibly impressed by  Ronnie Rocket 🚀 by WOW. Beautifully packaged and designed, Ronnie Rocket comprises of a bright and colourful rocket that countdowns to its ‘launch’, a flip open cockpit with pretend dials and an accompanying cute, little astronaut. What did we like about it?  […]

Mini Review: Dear Santa 

Title: Dear Santa by Rod Campbell Why do we love it? It’s Rod Campbell’s Christmas version of Dear Zoo but instead of opening boxes to reveal zoo animals, you ‘open’ presents!  What makes it Christmassy? It features 🎅🏻 Santa and lots of presents 🎁!  Want to buy it for Christmas?Click on the […]

Mini Review: Grumpy Badger’s Christmas 

Title:Grumpy Badger’s Christmas by Paul Bright, Jane Chapman  Why do we love it? Gorgeous illustrations, very cute animals and a moral of the importance of putting your friends first.  What Makes it Christmassy? It’s full to the brim of beautiful snowy illustrations featuring christmas trees, presents etc. In addition, this book […]

Mini Review: The Christmasaurus 

Title:  The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher Why do we love it? What’s not to love- it’s magical, heart-warming, features a dinosaur (..and did I mention it’s written by Tom Fletcher from McFly) What Makes it Christmassy? Beautiful wintery illustrations by Shane Devries, set on Christmas Eve and it features […]

Modelling Favourites Pack by Early Years Resources

We’ve been squishing, squeezing, stamping and snipping with our Modelling Favourites Pack from Early Years Resources this week. A fantastic kit for practising fine motor skills and fostering creativity. Included in the huge pack are eight (brightly coloured) very soft dough, a wide variety of negative and positive […]

Review Alphabet Placemat 

We’ve been trying out lots of new and engaging ways of learning the alphabet recently (see my post here) so I was delighted to try out this, beautiful Alphabet Placemat by Edge Ahead. This placemat supports children who are finding learning the alphabet tricky by acting as a […]