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Christmas 2020: Jingle Jangle & Santa et Cie [Film Reviews]

If you read our blog Christmas 2020: Traditions & OT, you’ll know that we watched Jingle Jangle and Santa et Cie last week. In true (my) home ed style I had the children write film reviews for each one. This blog is a fun opportunity for the children to practice their typing skills and encourage them to think about the things we watch. While they … Continue reading Christmas 2020: Jingle Jangle & Santa et Cie [Film Reviews]

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Christmas 2020: Traditions & OT

It’s the second week of our seasonal home education topic and we will be looking at Christmas traditions! This week we will be exploring our own family traditions and the history of popular Christmas traditions. If you missed what we were up to last week, you can check out last week’s blog here: This blog post is an overview of my intentions for the week … Continue reading Christmas 2020: Traditions & OT

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Christmas 2020: Songs & Stories

This first week of the Christmas Season we will be focusing on Christmas Songs & Stories. Songs & Stories are part of our normal routine, allowing for a smoother transition into the Christmas season which can be an overwhelming time for some neurodiverse (and neurotypical!) kiddos. I will be using this week to introduce a story and song the boys will perform as part of … Continue reading Christmas 2020: Songs & Stories

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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas…

Christmas season is just around the corner (or already here for those of us who couldn’t wait!). With 2020 being the year it has been and many countries across Europe returning to a second lockdown, Christmas this year is going to look different for a lot of us. With that in mind, I’m pleased to announce that Little Londoners is back and I will be … Continue reading It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas…

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Thirteen DIY Halloween Ideas

It’s October, autumn is officially here and Halloween is just around the corner. Still stuck on the perfect way to celebrate the season in a way that is unoffensive and affordable? Well, look no further because I have rounded up the best thirteen DIY Halloween Ideas that the internet has to offer. 1. Swap coats for cloaks 2. DIY Costume: Family 3. Spooky Lanterns 4. … Continue reading Thirteen DIY Halloween Ideas

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TCKs & Socialisation

It’s 2020, the world is in chaos and as society moves increasingly online I am worried about one thing. Socialisation. My children do not need to be socialised. But, it’s time I recognise they are TCKs & socialisation will be heavily influenced by this fact. A simple solution to this is social media. However, they are too young to be exposed to the digital world. … Continue reading TCKs & Socialisation

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Interview With My Kids: Halloween Edition

Halloween is on its way, which means at least one of biweekly blogs will be dedicated to the season. This week I interviewed W (7) and B (5), because I thought that Halloween explained by kids must be hilarious. My youngest sister M (23) insisted on being interviewed as well, because as the baby of the family she is still a kid at heart. You … Continue reading Interview With My Kids: Halloween Edition