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Guest Bloggers

We really do love working with different people from all over the world who share the same passion as us - providing experiences for children to learn through their play. Our guest bloggers come from a range of different career backgrounds from child minding, teaching, parents, bloggers, specialists. If you have an activity that you would like to share via a guest blog - get in touch with us! We would love to hear from you!

Our Guest Blogger of the week is Cindy O’Brien from the beautiful Northeast Pennsylvania USA
Here Cindy shares her squirrel themed Sensory Box her and her children have recently been enjoying! Continue Reading

Our Guest post this week is from Alcester Nursery in the UK. They have been busy enjoying some Sensory play using Gelibaff Goo Continue Reading 

Our guest blog activity this week is Erupting Bubbles by Breana Mieszanek Wooley from Corpus Christi, Texas. It's lovely when all the family can get stuck in and enjoy activities together. This activity is perfect for just that. Continue Reading

A very beautiful guest post from Gingerbread Lane Play House this week. Open Ended Play using small parts. A great introduction to begin doing Open Ended Play at home/ in your own setting, with lots of images to inspire you to get started. Continue Reading

Looking for some great fun learning activities for your light table? We have 7 brilliant ideas in this Guest Post today from Crawl2Explore in the UK. Continue Reading

Tess Norman, an Ofsted registered child minder from Cornwall shares with us her Christmas Sensory Box that the children in her setting have been having lots of fun with. Continue Reading

This weeks guest post is from Charlotte Olson, Author of 'Suzie Books'. Here Charlotte tells us her story on how she came about writing her own set of beautifully illustrated stories. Continue Reading

A great idea from Sarah who blogs over at: The Natural Momma in me - A felt Christmas Tree that your little ones can enjoy decorating over and over again. Continue Reading
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