Let’s Travel To: Pisa & Florence

Italy has it all – a rich history with fashion, art, architecture and let’s not forget about the food! The European country is perfect for romantic getaways and solo parent family travel. In this article you will discover a long weekend itinerary for the Tuscan cities of Pisa & Florence. Before reading my itinerary, find out some useful information about travelling in Europe… DRIVING IN … Continue reading Let’s Travel To: Pisa & Florence

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How We Homeschool – Modern Foreign Languages

Homeschooling is referred to as Home Education in the UK. There are different legal requirements for home education depending on where you live. You can find out more here. Before reading this blog post, you might first like to read W Writes: Why Kids Should Speak More Than One Language. What languages should your child be learning? It depends on the reasons for your child(ren) … Continue reading How We Homeschool – Modern Foreign Languages

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Activity: La Petite Poule Rousse

Our topic theme this half term is Fantastic Fiction. We have been reading Anansi stories, performing poetry and gameschooling traditional stories! Now while I may not be a French speaker, I strive to give the children a bilingual experience whenever possible because I do agree with W (8) that it’s important for children to speak more than one language. Which is why, when I discovered … Continue reading Activity: La Petite Poule Rousse

Valentine’s Day – Love Yourself (Kids)

Last week was Children’s Mental Health Week in the UK, the theme was ‘Express Yourself’ but it also got me thinking about well being for children and what that looks like, which is why our theme for Valentine’s Day 2021 will be ‘Love Yourself’. I hope today’s blog will inspire you to have a great Valentine’s Day with your children. Valentine’s Day for kids? Growing … Continue reading Valentine’s Day – Love Yourself (Kids)

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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