5 Garden Stargazing Activities to try with your kids
Mark Westmoquette, Astrophysicist and Zen Teacher gives his 5 garden stargazing activities to try with kids – based on his stargazing books Mindful Thoughts for Stargazers, Stars, and The Mindful Universe. Kids are often fascinated by the night sky. But as adults, we sometimes feel worried about guiding them because we think our knowledge of the stars isn’t up […]
Benefits of audiobooks for children
According to a recent survey by The National Literacy Trust, children’s audiobooks are more popular than ever. Julia B. Grantham shares the benefits of audiobooks.
David Tennant narrates The World Made a Rainbow video for Save the Children
Save the Children have released an animated reading of their September 2020 publication The World Made a Rainbow, narrated by David Tennant.
Kids’ Holiday Reading List: Teach the Valuable Lessons of Inclusivity
Have you introduced your children to any books focused on the topic of inclusivity? Adding a few titles into your collection of reading books at home, could not only help teach young little ones about kindness and acceptance but also help reflect the lives of underrepresented children. It does not matter if your kids go […]
How Your Children Can Bring Harry Potter into the Living Room
If you have a child between the ages of seven and nine, you may have a budding “Potterhead” on your hands. This is the time when the Harry Potter books become readable and they can imagine all the Wizardly Worlds that J.K. Rowling created for children of all ages to enjoy. If your children are […]
WIN Personalised Children’s Nursery Rhyme Book
As a child, I would have my Mum read my Nursery Rhyme book to me repeatedly at bedtimes. I couldn’t get enough of them. Even as I grew up, I couldn’t bring myself to give it away, so I kept it for my own children, and they have loved it as much as I did. […]
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