Archive for the colours Tag

Experimenting with colour – #minicreations

Recently it’s been mostly dry and sunny enough to go out in the garden or to the park after Joel’s afternoon nap. Yesterday, however, it was pouring with rain, so I had to think of something we could do indoors other than the usual toys that Andrew had been playing with whilst little brother was asleep. We’d done baking recently, and
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Autumn leaves – #CountryKids

This week we have noticed a lot of crunchy leaves on the ground as we’ve been walking into town and back, and also right on our front doorstep (so to speak) on the driveway. Andrew loves jumping in them and making a rustling sound, and we’ve been talking about the various colours that the leaves are: lots of yellows, some
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Silk butterfly painting for kids

This morning we had a bit of free time while Joel was napping (having been up since 5am) before we went to our usual group. With all the nice weather, we’ve done less craft and baking recently because Andrew just loves being outside on his bike. So for a change I asked him if he wanted to do some painting,
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We have blast off! Toddler speech development

In the past couple of months my blog posts have been quite focused on pregnancy and baking. As I glance across to my sidebar whilst typing, I’m reminded that there are other categories that I like to write about. One of these is linguistics, and within the past month, just before Joel was born and since the birth, we’ve seen
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