Here’s a roundup of my best educational content from 2021. It's filled with activities and observations to make learning fun for your child or grandchild... I’ve been reflecting on the many blogs that I’ve written during 2021. A lot has changed in the past year. My granddaughter Daisy started the year in a Nursery class… Continue reading Best of the Blog 2021: raising a confident, curious grandchild
Whether they are an only child or part of a larger family, every preschooler benefits from some nursery provision, which provides a combination of care, early learning and development. Nursery is not a substitute for home. It is a link for a child between home and life outside home. It’s somewhere where a child starts… Continue reading Raising a school-ready child without a nursery
Today Daisy is sharing one of her favourite stories, dressed up as Sophie from Judith Kerr's classic The Tiger Who Came To Tea. The Tiger Who Came To Tea was first published in 1968. Judith Kerr said that she made this story up as a bedtime story and she told it again and again to… Continue reading World Book Day; Sharing a story “The Tiger Who Came To Tea”
Today, Daisy is joining in with World Book Day and she's out and about dressed as The Highway Rat. Watch out! Granny Smith says - Mummy's made Daisy's costume but Daisy was keen on wearing the mask for her photos. No problem, she can put it on later.
Today's blog is to share Daisy's World Book Day dressing up outfit. Mummy created the fantastic hat and the cardigan is one that I knitting for Daisy and just happens to be perfect for her 'homage' to the Very Hungry Caterpillar. I hope this brightens your day as much as it brightens mine.
My granddaughter Daisy is nearly 14 months old and is now beginning to toddle around the furniture, on her way to that bold moment of stepping out on her own. It's getting cold and I decided to make her some warm oversocks for autumn and selected the 'Big Ears' socks from "Cute Knits For Baby… Continue reading Daisy in Autumn