• How to celebrate Easter in lockdown

    March 26, 2021Celebrate with us, Celebrations, How to, Things To Do

    Easter is a time to celebrate new beginnings: the days are getting longer, spring is in full swing and lockdown measures are slowly beginning to ease across the country. Although none of us are thrilled to spend yet another Easter stuck inside, there are still so many fun ways to have a very happy bank holiday weekend this year! 

    So, what can you do this Easter? From 29th March, England begins step one of the government’s …

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  • How to celebrate Mother’s Day in Lockdown

    March 6, 2021Celebrate with us, Celebrations, How to, Real life

    Mother’s Day: a day dedicated to the wonderful women who make our children’s worlds go round. Following the lockdown baby booms, for many new mamas this is their first Mother’s Day and milestones like this have never felt more difficult or more important to mark. While you can’t celebrate with a traditional meal out or take a day trip away and many of us still can’t see our own Mums for a cuddle, this Mother’s …

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  • Start Celebrating Christmas Now to Help Cure the Lockdown Blues

    November 6, 2020Celebrate with us, Celebrations, New Collections

    We can all agree that 2020 has been a strange and difficult year. Filled with uncertainty, there hasn’t been much to celebrate or even much opportunity to do so. 

    When it comes to Christmas, we already know that it will be a bit different this time around. With further restrictions in place and uncertainty surrounding December, old traditions may feel impossible and the idea of new ones a little exhausting. So, what’s the solution? …

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  • Mums share their advice for a birthday in lockdown

    October 27, 2020Advice, Celebrate with us, Celebrations, How to, Parenting, Party, Uncategorised

    Organising a birthday celebration takes a lot of planning at the best of times, let alone in the middle of a pandemic. With lockdowns, travel restrictions and social distancing, it’s basically impossible to throw a traditional birthday party with friends, and even family. More than ever, now is the time to appreciate the little things and birthdays provide the perfect time to show our loved ones just how special they are. That is why we …

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  • Printable activity: Can you solve the maze?

    August 13, 2020Things To Do

    As the summer holidays continue, are you running out of ways to keep your little one busy? If you need a quiet moment to yourself, try a classic maze activity to keep your kids busy for a bit. Take your little ones’ imaginations on a trip as they help Dolly and Teddy find their way to their destinations.

    All you need is a printer, a pen and a hard surface for your little one to lean …

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  • Learn to count with these printable number cards

    July 30, 2020How to, Information, Things To Do

    If you’re struggling with at-home learning, these printable number cards will help you make your little one’s playtime count. 

    Number counting activities can be a fun and easy way to help your toddler become more familiar with letters, develop their sound recognition and boost their literacy learning. Playing with a set of number cards is a great way to get a little one counting to 10 and beyond, encourage them to recognise patterns and help them …

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  • Bring our Furry Friends to life with Origami

    July 21, 2020Things To Do

    For a craft that is free from mess and guaranteed to impress, Origami is the way to go. All you need is some paper and one of our straightforward tutorials! 

    What is Origami?

    Originating in Japan, Origami is the art of folding paper (‘Ori’ means ‘folding’ and kami means ‘paper’), but the term is commonly used to include all examples of paper folding crafts. The aim of the game is to take an ordinary piece of paper …

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  • Make your own My 1st Years Sensory Box

    July 16, 2020How to, Things To Do

    Playtime is the best time to help your little one learn and grow. Make the most of this time for their development with some good old fashioned sensory play. You don’t need fancy toys to make this happen: all you need is a little creativity to put together a fun filled at-home activity that is budget friendly and easily adapted as your child learns and grows. 

    What is ‘Sensory Play’?

    Sensory Play is any playtime activity that …

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