The best learning toys and games while travelling #LoveLearning #ad

We all know travel can be relaxing and fun. But as parents one of the most important things about travel is that it helps our children learn and grow. And that doesn’t just happen once we’re arrived at the destination. Making the journey fun, interesting and even — gasp! — educational is a huge win…

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STEM: The best places for a STEM day out, part one!

With the summer holidays almost upon us, you might have started looking at planning some things to do in those 6 long weeks. Whether it’s festivals you’re looking for, museums or even theme parks, if its STEM related and educational, it’s likely in this list. I’ve tried to arrange them in regions to make it…

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Confessions of a #SnapHappyBritMums #FreetoMakeMemories #ad

Yes, I admit I’m a bit snap happy. I’ve always taken loads of photos. Photos tell a story and I just can’t resist documenting my children’s firsts — first smile, first day of school, first day of being a teenager.  And with the advent of digital cameras and smart phones – I take even more.…

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Travel: Long haul adventures

As I sit down to type this I know I only have 4 days left before our next long haul adventure this time to Tanzania. We have really embraced travelling long haul with our kids who are 7, 7 and 8 but know some people can be a little bit concerned about doing so. This…

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Travel: Recommendations for May half term

It’s now officially Spring and Easter is coming up. Thank you all for reading or for your contributions to my last round up –  Ideas for Easter (post Brexit) that don’t involve travel in the EU. I hope you enjoy whatever you have planned for Easter. This round up is focused on recommendations for May…

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