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Christine Dente - Singing, Songwriting, and Storytelling

Yesterday I discovered that Christine Dente has a new website, with a blog.

I ordered her new book Lifelines tracing my journey in story and song  8 more words


Review: Wicked Bugs by Amy Stewart (Young Readers Edition)

Between all our nature walks and exploring of the great outdoors we come across some very interesting creatures. I wish I was better at identifying all of them, knowing details on their structure and tidbits of fun facts my children might enjoy. 655 more words


The biggest jar I have ever seen

For the story so far click here :-)

Friday 13 December

Today we did more digging in the garden, which is a lot of hard work, but it is fun to be outside for science. 617 more words


everything will be okay... right?

I walked into the room, bringing a wave, no, a tsunami of tension with me.  She wasn’t facing me, standing at the table looking over her teaching materials, and I thought momentarily I might catch her off guard.   340 more words

Friends And Loved Ones

Infancy to Toddler, Learning to Love Books

One of the main things Joshua and I discussed even before we got married is that our future children’s learning will primarily start with us at home. 422 more words


The earth is more important than maths and grammar

Pulling out of London on the train recently I love to look upon the back gardens. Behind the terraced streets these little green oases must offer some much needed sanctuary to the wildlife (never mind the humans)! 569 more words