So last week, my very pregnant best friend was in need of some help and I was in a head space I was able to go to her aid. A big deal for me lately as I’ve been struggling a lot with my anxiety. I helped do some stuff around the house and L had… Continue reading Finding a Balance
I’ve been really lax lately in keeping this blog up to date, sorry folks, it’s been a busy time and I’m still trying to get into a routine of home ed, parenting and fitting in horse training and care schedule. We’re getting there though and enjoying every minute if totally plum tuckered at the end… Continue reading Busy Little Worker Bee
We started this morning off with a short review of what we did the other day with the globe; land, water and air. L happily identified both land and water on the globe before I went on to tell her we’d be looking at things in our world and how they are classified into two… Continue reading Living and Non Living
Summer is just getting started for many of those in England, whilst Schools in Scotland have been off since June and will be making their return to school next month. We have had a much more flexible few months over May, June and July, with trips to Scotland and Cornwall and a few days out… Continue reading We’re Back!
Ok, hands up, who is melting in this heatwave we’re having? I am Scottish, a West Coaster no less, I’m used to Dull, Wet and Windy 364 days a year. I will never tolerate anything more than 23 degrees and that has to be with a strong breeze. This 30+ malarkey is finishing me off… Continue reading Fine Motor Work, Life-Cycles and Counting – Oh My!
What better time to start learning how to play games than a few weeks before your little summer holiday! 21 days and counting…not that I am…ok who am I kidding, I’m practically counting the seconds! It’s not often we go away anywhere so I am quite excited for a few days in the country, living… Continue reading Learning to play games.
I love snails, I always have. I know they are a gardeners nightmare, but their cute little antennae and uniquely patterned shells and squidgy little bodies just make me go “awww”. It’s a weakness. They’re also so innocuous and easy going they make a fabulous, easy subject to study for toddlers. Moving slowly definitely has… Continue reading Slugs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails.