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Listening games: Everything you can do with them for learning

Many activities can help a child learn how to listen properly. But listening games can make learning a true adventure. Discover interactive activities that can capture young minds and foster skills necessary for language development and social engagement.

11 Hand-Eye Coordination Activities

When it comes to hand-eye coordination activities, you can never start too young. Here’s 11 fun ways to engage your child and support their development at the same time.

Tips to becoming a calm and peaceful parent 

Meet Simone Davies, best-selling author of ‘The Montessori Toddler’. A mother, Montessori teacher and parenting […]

How to raise a reader

There are few things more serene, rewarding and enjoyable than cuddling up with your child […]

Pear porridge with cinnamon yoghurt

Here’s a pear-fect breakfast recipe from the N kitchen. Try this delightful twist with cinnamon […]

Toddler and preschooler sleep tips, by Sarah Ockwell-Smith

Back by popular demand, we couldn’t be more excited to once again welcome leading gentle […]

Egg, tomato and kale breakfast burritos

Let’s make mornings burrito-ful with this all-in-one, colourful, hearty breakfast burrito.

Baked salmon and mediterranean veggie risotto

With a hint of spring colour and yet deliciously warming on any chilly day, this dish is an easy, oven-baked win for a family meal all year round.

Mushroom pot pie with garlic chicken

Crust us, this creamy mushroom, leek and garlic chicken pot pie will be a family favourite meal.

Understanding sugar in the early years, with Laura Matthews

From why parents might restrict added or free sugar under the age of 2 years, […]