books, education, parenting

Our 5 Favourite Baby Books 6-18m

Our youngest has always been into books, having a grandma who used to run a bookshop can't have hurt. Being the youngest of five has some benefits when it comes to reading material. We have a lot. Annoyingly we did get rid our some of our books for babies and toddlers. The silver lining is… Continue reading Our 5 Favourite Baby Books 6-18m

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books, parenting, special needs

100 Ways Your Child Can Learn Through Play: A Book Review

100 Ways Your Child Can Learn Through Play: Fun Activities for Young Children with SEN by Georgina Durrant was released in June 2021. This book* builds on the success of Georgina's website The SEN Resources Blog. In the book Georgina shares 100 activities that are designed to provide inclusive learning opportunities for any child. You… Continue reading 100 Ways Your Child Can Learn Through Play: A Book Review

education, Guest Post

Developing resilience in children

Guest Post - Developing resilience in children Developing resilience in children is written for inclusiveteach.com by Jessica Robinson. Life is a beautiful journey, but it is not always a bed of roses. There are moments of sadness, stress and grief. These moments come in the lives of everyone. Although it is hard to accept, they… Continue reading Developing resilience in children

books, education

Fuzzy Ocean: Book Review & Resources

This book was a Christmas present for the youngest (3). It quickly become apparent that Fuzzy Ocean was a very engaging book. We could discuss sea creatures and fish as well as linking to positional language. Fuzzy ocean would also fit it well with the Blue Abyss sensory story created for an underwater topic. I… Continue reading Fuzzy Ocean: Book Review & Resources