Entries by troyoverend

Fangtastic Halloween Activities for Kiddies

Welcome to another blog by me- Mother Tuffa! Now a regular with Little Learners UK! Check out my first blog to find out a bit more about me!  Halloween play! I thought I’d share a few simple ideas to keep the children entertained on this spooky day!  Pumpkin Washing I find pumpkin carving a little […]

Learning Through Play Made Easy | Guest Blog

Hello! I’m Abbie, mummy to Bobby who is 2 and Grace who is 1….. yes we were crazy and they have a very small age gap of 15 months!!! Before babies I was a Primary School Teacher and I taught Year 2 for 7 years. I often get asked if I will go back to […]

Paddling Pool Sensory Play | Guest Blogger

We are excited to host @mummaneedsacoffee as this weeks guest blogger! Cheryl shares sensory play ideas for getting creative with your Paddling Pool. So make yourself a large coffee & enjoy reading the simple ideas for keeping your little ones entertained outdoors! Paddling Pool Sensory Play Who else had high expectations for lockdown? I pictured […]

Surviving Lockdown with Little Ones | Guest Blogger

This weeks guest blogger is Emma from Just a Normal Mum! Emma has gave us an insight into how she and her two little ones are filling the days in isolation. The rigid daily timetable wasn’t long being put to one side and replaced with outdoor play, exercise, camping & time in the veg patch! […]

One Activity Sheet, Ten Ways | Guest Blogger

This week we have been very lucky to team up with Amy from smithlittlelifeofours! Amy and her girls have been busy showing us creative ways to use our Archie Activity Sheet which is free to download from our website. We cannot wait to share their wonderful ideas! Hello, I’m Amy! Mum to two girls, Alexa […]

How to Snack Healthy on Lockdown – Guest Blogger

We have been very lucky to team up with Dr. Colette, Child’s Healthy Eating Coach! Colette is sharing ideas on how to help little ones snack healthy on lockdown. Colette is the founder of Growing Healthy Eaters & also mum to 2 young boys! Frequent snacking can be a challenge at the best of times […]

4 Easy Easter Threading Crafts

With Easter coming up this weekend and lots of time at home for crafty learning, here are some simple ideas for you and your little learners. These 4 crafts all include some threading! Threading is excellent for working your little one’s finger muscles and hand-eye coordination, therefore developing their early writing skills. To thread, they […]

Easy Chocolate Easter Nests!

Here’s a quick guide to making Easy Chocolate Easter Nests which are a bit messy but loads of fun for your little one to make mostly on their own with with a little help from you! Ok you got me – they are cornflake treats with a twist! But while we’re all stuck on lockdown […]

Easter Egg Pinatas!

We have started making our Easter Egg Pinatas this week! This photo is credit to mom.com as we haven’t finished ours yet and I wanted to finish this blog in time for you to make them! We are nearly there! It’s really easy….🐣 Blow up a balloon. 🐣 Papier mache 3 or 4 layers. Leave a small […]

Spring into Mark Making!

With Easter just around the corner and families nation-wide now housebound, I thought I’d show you some seasonal Easter mark making ideas to keep all the little hands busy. As a mum of two one year old boys I can empathise with any parents that are feeling that the days are long and testing when […]