One of the most divisive foods in the fitness and health industry over the last couple of years is milk. Quite unbelievable when you consider what an impact milk has had on our lives. Whenever you think of children and growth you think of milk. It has always been branded as a Superfood and up [&hell
Finding Easter eggs in Bangkok can not only be difficult but also expensive but did you know that they are actually quite simple to make? The process is a little time consuming but the result is just the same as you will find anywhere. What is even better is that you can tailor them to […]
3 Must Have Learning Apps for Early Years (Reviews curtesy of www.bestappsforkids.com) Up to 100 Overview Up To 100 helps children learn to recognize and form numbers between 1 and 99. It also helps children understand ones and tens place value and the relationship of digits to the number. It’s ve
What is a Cesarean Section? When a baby is delivered through an incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. A c-section can be planned or it might be necessary at the time of birth as a result of a complication. What Complications Would Lead To Having An Emergency C-Section? There are quite a few
Sitting in the bathroom first thing in the morning isn’t usually emotionally jerking in the slightest, but there is a time in every mother’s life when she will be consumed with so many mixed emotions it’s hard to react appropriately. Joy and shock are usually the two main ones. But for those w
We have seen an increase in cute lunches at the British Early Years Centre over the last year of so. Some of them are truly creative. Hats-off to the parents who take the time to design them. Here are our ‘Top 10 Cute Lunches’ – from across the internet.
This is a fun activity that helps children to match up numbers. Attach numbers to the vehicles and ask the children to park them in the right place. This is easily adaptable with phonics too.
What Is Premature Labour? Preterm or premature labour occurs when contractions begin before you reach 37 weeks. The contractions do not necessarily mean that the baby will come early but around half of women have a premature baby. Some preterm births are actually planned as it might be that your doc
As well as being an art and sensory exercise this is great for maths and phonics. Here the children traced letters, the sound for today being ‘s’ but it is also good for number recognition too.
After seeing this game on Pinterest we were inspired to try it ourselves. In this exercise the children are able to visually see what is happening when we add numbers. This really helped the children to grasp the concept of adding. They took turns to count cubes into the funnels. Once they had colle