Happy Mother's Day
Hold my hand mummy and show me the way, so that I can go out in the big world one day.
Teach me the basics and then let me learn, should I ever get stuck I will know where to turn.
Cheer me up mummy when I'm feeling blue, I can always rely on a kind word from you.
Dry my tears mummy when i'm feeling sad, Let me know it's ok and I won't feel so bad.
Show me the sunshine and then set me free, to be the brilliant person that you raise me to be.
As Easter is approaching, the excitement for finding Easter eggs in tall grass and enjoying the Autum weather is building.
Laying of wreaths, the Last Post, a crowd that goes silent, marches, poems, medals…Anzac Day is full of symbolism, both heartbreaking and inspiring.
Whether it planting a vegetable garden or growing flowers from seed, gardening provides kids with many valuable lessons. The practical aspects of gardening teach children basic maths and science, but gardening also teaches responsibility, encourages creativity and provides a positive place for children to think, relax and recharge.
Shaving cream is my new, favourite art material, to use with my little ones. It can be used for a number of different sensory and craft activities. Today we created this marvellous marbling effect with shaving cream.