#KlookHalfTerm Twitter Chat: What kind of break does your family deserve? #ad

This October half term, everyone deserves a break! At our #KlookHalfTerm Twitter chat, we want to hear about the UK outings, day trips and activities you’d love to do, including the family outings that we’re giving away as part of the Twitter chat and a competition (see them all below!). The chat is sponsored by…

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#ACEit Twitter Chat: What are your worst stains? We want to hear how your family gets dirty! #ad

What are the worst stains on clothes you deal with? Is it grass stains from the park? Pen marks from art class, tomato sauce stains – everything that comes from the kids being at school? Is it grease stains from the garage or your bike? Or those underarm stains on your go-to white top? Or…

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#MAOAMmischief Twitter Chat: Share Halloween pranks for kids & parents

Join our Twitter chat for Halloween pranks & mischief! Halloween is a time for hijinks and mischief. So at our #MAOAMmischief Twitter chat we’re sharing ideas for fun, light-hearted Halloween mischief to do with your children to make Halloween even more fun! Scientists have proven that making mischief is good for the whole family –…

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#BacktoSchoolPlanning: How are you preparing your child for school? #ad

Going back to school always makes families feel excited, busy and sometimes a little bit nervous. This year, it’s a back-to-school season like no other. At the #BacktoSchoolPlanning Twitter chat, sponsored by Learning Resources, we’ll be sharing the range of ways we’re feeling about this back to school period and how we’re preparing our children…

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#MunchkinMoments Twitter Chat: Share stories about keeping baby’s things clean

Kids drop their dummies, usually in a puddle, on the pavement or in the grass while we’re out. As parents we know this. Now instead of packing a handful of them when we go out, there’s a new solution – a mini portable steriliser that lets you pick it up, sterilise it then reuse it…

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