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Two Tomatoes & A Little Bit More

What do I know?  That’s the nagging question that comes up as soon as I sit down to write a post.  What do I know?  There are so many gorgeous food blogs out there and I believe I subscribe to most, if not all of them.   575 more words

Autumn

These are few of our favourite things

I have a bookworm, and I love this.  I am not a huge lover of reading but am trying…the fact that Amelie is often found hidden in her book corner reading books to her toys delights me.   755 more words

Children

A Week In The Life of a Primary PGCE Student: P.E being fun? What's that about?!

Every Sunday (hopefully) I shall be posting a personal post about my massive new venture. I am going to University to train to be a primary school teacher.

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Malorie Blackman

The Snail and the Whale: should they stay or should they go?!

As part of our ocean themed topic we have been enjoying the story of The Snail and the Whale, by Julia Donaldson.


We used a drama activity called Conscience Alley to imagine what the snail’s friends might say to try and persuade him to stay or go, and then recorded our ideas in speech bubbles: 28 more words

Curriculum

I Opened a Book by Julia Donaldson

I thought I would be nice to share this here. Julia Donaldson is a favourite in our house.

I opened a book – a poem by Julia Donaldson… 121 more words

Julia Donaldson

Read with your child: The Gruffalo

This year (2014) marks the Gruffalo’s 15th anniversary.  Over those 15 years I can’t imagine it has spent much time not in the 100 best selling children’s books.   220 more words

Parenting