My 4 Year Olds Book Shelf in January

Please note that this post contains affiliate links. Books marked with (*) have been sent to me in exchange for a review I’m a little later than planned with this (oops!) but I wanted to share the books that Emma is enjoying at the moment. We are working on her…

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5 Books About the Natural World To Fall In Love With

Over the last month or two, we have been very spoilt with some fabulous books arriving with us to review – including some beautiful books all about different aspects of the natural world which the children and I have fallen in love with. I wanted to share out five favourites…

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What We’re Reading this Christmas

We seem to have gathered so many Christmas books over the last couple of years, but it’s always lovely to get new books to have a look through and share together. I’ve written about Christmas books in the past, and you can read those here and here. I wanted this…

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Earning our WWF Badges

Over the last month or two, I have seen other home educating families sharing some of the things that they have been doing to earn the WWF youth badges.  It has been on my list of things to do with the children for a while now, but we had been…

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The Curiositree : Human World Review

The Curiositree details itself as a ‘visual compendium of Wonders from Human History’ and it certainly lives up to this! It’s one of those books that you can’t help but leaf through –  it’s from Wide Eyed Editions so is the type of beauty and incredible presentation that is so…

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