Early Years The Frugal Way
Preschool

Early Years The Frugal Way

  I have often heard parents commenting about how they are overwhelmed by the cost of curriculum's and resources for children at preschool age. Whatever your reason for looking into preschool curriculum's, I'm here to tell you that ready-made curriculum's are not your only option.  Creating your own individualised education plan for your preschooler can… Continue reading Early Years The Frugal Way

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‘Bring Spring Into Your Homeschool’- Forging Foundations

Over the next 5 weeks Forging Foundations are hosting a Spring blogging series where many amazing homeschool parents are coming together to share with you how they bring spring into their homeschools. I have had the wonderful privilege and opportunity to be a part of this collaboration and will have two posts featuring in May.… Continue reading ‘Bring Spring Into Your Homeschool’- Forging Foundations

Inspiration and Tips for Parents, Preschool

Helping Your Child To Be Understood – Speech Development

  Affiliate links: We love the books we've read and share with you here and think you may too and have added these links for your reference only. However, if you do choose to purchase a book via these links we may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Does your preschooler… Continue reading Helping Your Child To Be Understood – Speech Development

Inspiration and Tips for Parents, Learning Through Literature

How to do Family Read Alouds When You Can’t Read Aloud

Have you ever been struck by laryngitis and been unable to read aloud to your children? Unfortunately I have! This week I lost my voice for only the second time in my entire life. Getting the children to listen and pay attention has been a real challenge. Eye contact has been an absolute life saver.… Continue reading How to do Family Read Alouds When You Can’t Read Aloud

Preschool

21 Ways To Explore Music With Your Preschoolers

  I always think it's amazing how infants and toddlers seem automatically drawn into dancing as soon as they hear music. I remember when A was about 12 weeks old and even though he couldn't stand, as soon as he heard music he would kind of bop his head in time. Fast forward to today… Continue reading 21 Ways To Explore Music With Your Preschoolers

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‘The Secret Garden’ BY F. H. Burnett – The Ultimate Homeschoolers Guide to Spring

Spring time is a time of new beginnings, healing and growth. From reading the 'The Secret Garden' it is clear to me that F.H Burnett understood the significant positive value to a child's mental, physical and educational health, when it comes to spending time outdoors with nature. This book is a calling to all parents… Continue reading ‘The Secret Garden’ BY F. H. Burnett – The Ultimate Homeschoolers Guide to Spring

Inspiration and Tips for Parents

The Big Move – Choosing and Packing The Toys

If your planing on moving abroad, are having to down size for a local move, or simply feel like it's about time to have a good clear out of the toy cupboards then this low stress, family friendly method is for you. The greatest struggle of our big move was deciding which of the toys… Continue reading The Big Move – Choosing and Packing The Toys

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Reading List Continued- 100 Books 30 Days Challenge

Affiliate links: We love the books we've read and share with you here and think you may too and have added these links for your reference only. However, if you do choose to purchase a book via these links we may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. As promised here's the… Continue reading Reading List Continued- 100 Books 30 Days Challenge

Teach your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons
Preschool, Reception

Preschool – Structured Reading Lessons

Affiliate links: We love the books we've read and share with you here and think you may too and have added these links for your reference only. However, if you do choose to purchase a book via these links we may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you.     Until fairly… Continue reading Preschool – Structured Reading Lessons

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Sharing Your Favourite Childhood Books With Your Own Children

If there is anything that’s going to bring on those feelings of excitement and passion that help mentors to inspire their youth, it will certainly be those favourite childhood memories. Be it a tv show, place, game or book. Books are perhaps the best for reigniting all those emotions. As a child you follow the… Continue reading Sharing Your Favourite Childhood Books With Your Own Children