Tag Archives: children’s books

Merry Christmas

The reindeer food is sprinkled; Santa’s food is out; special key (as the chimneys are still blocked) is attached to back door; new jamas on; Santa stop here sign up. And finally The Night before Christmas has been read to … Continue reading

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Moving House

Well we have moved – we are in – and its starting to feel a little like home. Here is a summary of the things I did to help the children through the transition. It was a big move to … Continue reading

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A great library (and another amazing book)

A couple of weeks ago we woke up unsure what we had planned for the day – then remembered we still hadn’t visited the new Central Library in town. So off we set! What a brilliant place!! On the ground … Continue reading

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Library love (and a great book)

We love libraries – no we adore libraries! And the summer is always a time to catch up on our library visiting and discover new books. This year it has been lovely watching G become an independent library user. He … Continue reading

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Creepy House!!

We have signed up for this year’s Library Summer Reading Challenge again. This year it is Creepy House! On Wednesday after school we collected our Creepy House bags and charts to record the boys reading on.  Over the summer they have to read … Continue reading

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Sunflowers

With the glorious sunshine finally here we’ve been trying to spend some time in the garden and rescue some of the seeds we planted earlier in the spring. First in line – the sunflowers. A few weeks ago we each … Continue reading

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baby play – black and white books

Over the next few weeks I have a few new features planned for little dandelion clocks – so keep dropping in to find out more. First up is a weekly focus on baby play. As T grows I’ll be exploring new … Continue reading

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