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Archived Since:November 16, 2010

Blog Post Archive

The best winter books for children

Here’s our selection of the best winter books for children. Featuring snowy adventures, moonlight woods, migrating geese, and the northern lights, they capture the experience of winter seen through a child’s eyes.   The best winter books for children This page contains Amazon affiliate links. Show More Summary

Walk Two Moons teaching guide

Welcome to October’s NurtureStore Tween Book Club where we are reading and learning about Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech.     How to join the Walk Two Moons book club discussion This post contains affiliate links. This month we are reading Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech. Show More Summary

Play dough pizza parlour

A play dough pizza parlour is a fun sensory play activity that encourages lots of imaginary play and conversation skills.   Play Dough Pizza Parlour >>> Download your copy of The Homemade Play Dough Recipe Book here. Play dough is such a good material to use in pretend play. Show More Summary

December activity plans :: things to do in December with kids

Looking for things to do with children in December? These December activity plans are perfect for play-based, creative learning. December activity plans You can use the image buttons or the text links below to browse through my archive of December themed activities and find some ideas that suit your children. Show More Summary

Winter Solstice activities for children at Seasons School

Join me for a free winter workshop as part of my Seasons School. With ideas and resources for winter solstice activities for children, this workshop is a gentle way to connect with the seasons this December.     A free winter workshop...Show More Summary

8 easy ways to connect with the seasons in November

Add some autumn to your play and learning this month. Use these easy ideas to connect with the seasons in November.   8 easy ways to connect with the seasons in November >> Join Seasons School for free monthly resources that you can use with your family or class to connect with the seasons. Show More Summary

Make Your Mark

   Help your child to make their mark   Coming in December 2016, Make Your Mark is an inspiring and practical resource that will help you support your child to make their mark and the world.  Add your email address to the box above to be the first to know when the resources are ready […] The post Make Your Mark appeared first on NurtureStore.

November activity plans :: things to do in November with kids

Looking for things to do with children in November? These November activity plans are perfect for play-based, creative learning. November activity plans >>> Download your ABCs and 123s back-to-school resources here You can use the image...Show More Summary

The Enchantment of Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo has been transformed into a magical experience this Halloween, inviting families to enter a mysterious wonderland and help the zoo’s nocturnal animals regain their super powers. The Enchantment of Chester Zoo is their first...Show More Summary

Free pumpkin numbers printable sheet

Here’s a free pumpkin number printable sheet and ideas for how to use this autumn math printable for some pumpkin math games. Free pumpkin numbers printable sheet Here are five ways to uses these pumpkin numbers: 1 :: Hide them around...Show More Summary

Free printable leaf coloring sheet

Here’s a free printable leaf coloring sheet and ideas for how to use this autumn printable for some leaf art and activities. Free printable leaf coloring sheet Five ways to use these colouring sheets: 1 :: Colour them in! Colouring can be a calming, mindful activity. Show More Summary

Free printable apple taste test sheet

Here’s a free printable apple taste test sheet and ideas for how to use this apple printable to make a zigzag book for your apple lapbook or nature journal. Free printable apple taste test sheet I wonder which apple tastes the best? Let’s explore a taste test and discover which one we like best. Show More Summary

Easy monoprint project for children

Here’s a gorgeously easy monoprint project for children from Barbara Rucci’s super new book Art Workshop for Children. Easy monoprint project for kids This post contains affiliate links. My friend Barbara Rucci, who many of you will know from her Art Bar blog, has a wonderful new book out called Art Workshop for Children. Show More Summary

Coraline book club resources and teaching guide

Welcome to October’s NurtureStore Tween Book Club where we are reading and learning about Coraline by Neil Gaiman. How to join the Coraline book club discussion This post contains affiliate links. This month we’re reading the creepy novel Coraline by Neil Gaiman. Coraline finds another house, and parents, behind an old door in drawing room. Show More Summary

Purrfectly cute cat craft using airy drying clay

Purrfectly cute clay cats are easy to make from air-drying clay. Clay is a wonderful material for children to use to make and play with. Touchy-feely and easy to mold, an air drying clay doesn’t even need baking – and it takes pencils and paints well to create this super cute cat craft. Show More Summary

Autumn art leaf bookmarks

These autumn leaf bookmarks are a lovely autumn craft for children. They invite children to explore the shape and colour of autumn leaves, working with watercolour and adding patterns with white and black pen. They’d make a lovely little homemade Thanksgiving gift too. Show More Summary

October activity plans :: things to do in October with kids

Looking for things to do with children in October ? These October activity plans are perfect for play-based, creative learning. October activity plans >>> Download your ABCs and 123s back-to-school resources here You can use the image...Show More Summary

Think all home educated children are isolated and lacking socialisation? That’s nonsense!

What does a home school week look like? If you think home educated children lack socialisation, think again. Here’s a typical week in life of a home school kid. What does a typical home school week look like? There’s a common misconception that home-educated children are isolated from the wider-community and lacking opportunities for socialisation. Show More Summary

Up! transforms your construction play from blocks to rockets

  Up! will take your child’s love of blocks and building, and go far and wide across the curriculum. With 30+ projects across math, literacy, science, art, and play, Up! shows you how to support passion-led, hands-on learning. It includes inspiring ideas for mobiles, rockets, airplanes, parachutes, build challenges and more. Show More Summary

A creative and simple homeschool room for tweens

Here’s our simple homeschool room for tweens. Come on in, take a tour, and I’ll share some ideas I’ve learned about creative rooms for kids that are pretty, practical and inspire creativity. A creative and simple homeschool room forShow More Summary

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