Visiting The Battle Of Britain Memorial At Capel-Le-Ferne (Kent, UK)

[Ad/PR event] We were recently invited to the Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-Le-Ferne, near Folkestone. It’s a beautifully situated memorial dedicated to the fighter pilots & bomber crews who fought in the Battle of Britain in 1940, and became known as ‘The Few’ after Churchill’s famous speech (the one where he said “Never was so … More Visiting The Battle Of Britain Memorial At Capel-Le-Ferne (Kent, UK)

Book Review + Giveaway: ‘100 Ways Your Child Can Learn Through Play’

Disclosure: This post is about a book that we’ve been gifted a copy of, for the purpose of this review. What I share below are my own honest thoughts about the book, and our experience of the activities we’ve tried so far. Last week saw the release of a fab new book called ‘100 ways … More Book Review + Giveaway: ‘100 Ways Your Child Can Learn Through Play’

Penguin Plays: Sensory Play with Gelli Play & Slime Play

It’s sometimes said that autistic children don’t know how to play, or that they don’t like to play. However, play is such a wide concept, and in truth there are only some of the aspects of play which are commonly problematic for children with autism. What is Play? The definitions of ‘play’ are broad and … More Penguin Plays: Sensory Play with Gelli Play & Slime Play

5 Brilliant Books For Helping Your Child With Autism & SPD

(This post is not sponsored and all views are my own. If you click on any of the book titles, they are links which take you to amazon.co.uk. However, I’m not currently part of their affiliate scheme, so the links are purely for your convenience.) Our son Penguin was diagnosed with autism when he was four. … More 5 Brilliant Books For Helping Your Child With Autism & SPD