Colour Theory Fun: Painting Branches in Primary & Secondary Colours

Yesterday we did a simple colour theory activity, inspired by some of the pretty ‘Easter trees’ that I’ve seen pictures of online recently. I’ll have to admit that we haven’t decorated much for Easter this year, so I thought it was high time we made some kind of colourful decoration to brighten up the place … More Colour Theory Fun: Painting Branches in Primary & Secondary Colours

Buying Gifts for a Sensory Seeking, Non-Verbal, Autistic Child with Developmental Delays…?

Do you enjoy buying gifts for your child/ren? Do they tell you about things they’d want for their birthday or Christmas? And do they open their gifts with a face of excitement, which shifts to joy when they see what’s inside? For me, the answer to the first question above is yes, but for the … More Buying Gifts for a Sensory Seeking, Non-Verbal, Autistic Child with Developmental Delays…?

Days Out in the South East: Walmer Castle & Gardens

Last week we visited Walmer castle and gardens, and it was a lovely afternoon out, made even better by the gloriously sunny weather. This was out first visit there,  and I’m actually surprised I haven’t heard more about Walmer castle before, considering what an interesting as well as beautiful place this is to visit! A … More Days Out in the South East: Walmer Castle & Gardens

Celebrating ‘Lucia’: A Scandinavian Tradition

One of the very few Scandinavian traditions which I like to keep alive to some extent after our move from Sweden to the UK (almost two years ago now) is the yearly ‘Lucia’ celebrations on 13 December, also known as ‘St Lucy’s Day’. WHAT IS IT? In short, celebrating Lucia consists of watching or participating … More Celebrating ‘Lucia’: A Scandinavian Tradition