Rainforest & Jungle Books for PreSchoolers

As I noted in a post earlier in the week, the children have been keen to learn all about the Rainforest and the Jungle. We played with our number jungle and have read plenty of books. I wanted to share our favourite books. Flip Flap Jungle by Axel Scheffler (Nosy…

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The Museum of Me – Emma Lewis

Today marks the publication of a lovely new children’s book The Museum of Me by Emma Lewis. The book is a beauty and demonstrates the awe-inspiring nature of museums (of all kinds) and asks children to become curators of their own personal collections. Miss E and I have read this…

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Exploring Shapes with Toddlers

Mr D is pretty good on his shapes – he can point out circles, triangles and (sometimes!) squares and we are beginning to start to recognise shapes in pictures that he sees (wheels on vehicles for example). I love exploring different things with him on this and have planned a…

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Grandma’s House – Alice Melvin

Grandma’s House by Alice Melvin is a lovely little book from Tate Publishing and is one that Daniel and I have been enjoying the past few weeks. The story follows a little girl who arrives at Grandma’s house where everything is different but always stays the same. She enters the…

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A World of Things to Colour

I think it is a fair to say that I am a rather big fan of the grown up colouring craze that seems to show no signs of abating. I was thrilled when I was recently sent two lovely colouring books, once from Buster Books and another from Tate Publishing.…

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