In December last year (2019), we visited Drusillas Park for the first time. We’d heard about it shortly after moving to south east England three years ago, but for various reasons (including cost, as well as it’s being a bit of a journey for us to get there) we hadn’t managed to visit the place … More Visiting Drusillas Park in Wintertime
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I haven’t been posting very much here during November. I posted about this on our social media about a week ago, but it’s just as relevant for here on the blog, so I feel I should write about it here as well. Plus this also gives me an … More Getting The Balance Right…?
Pevensey is a village in East Sussex, near the coast, just a few miles north-east of Eastbourne. It’s main claim to fame in English history, is that it was the site for William the Conqueror’s landing in 1066. But Pevensey Castle’s history reaches much further back, to Roman times, and it was in military use … More Days Out In The South East: Pevensey Castle
Apple crumble has been one of my autumn favourites since as long as I can remember. And as it’s so quick and easy to make, I think it’s a nice one for making together with kids! So today we’re sharing how Penguin and I usually go about making our apple crumble: List of ingredients: 2 … More Baking Together: Apple Crumble
Yesterday we visited Howletts Wild Animal Park, near Canterbury. We’ve been there a few times before (you can read about one of our previous visits HERE), and as usual we really enjoyed making our way around the park and stopping to look at some of the animals – as well as some plants – along … More A Visit To Howletts Animal Park & A Simple Follow-Up Activity
Earlier this year, we shared about how we’d started growing a couple of things from food scraps, with inspiration from the wonderful book ‘Linneas Windowsill Garden’. (If you’d like to revisit that post, you can find it here: Growing Plants from Food Scraps! Part I: Pineapple and Avocado) Since then, we’ve planted a few more … More Growing Plants From Food Scraps II: Lemon, Celery & Honeydew Melon!
If you were already following us on social media at the end of last summer, you might perhaps remember that we spent a bit of time on ‘sink or float’ activities back then, such as described in this facebook post I wrote about a year ago: Now, jumping back to the present time: Penguin brought … More Sink Or Float Activities : Multisensory & Multifaceted Learning
A little while ago our instagram account reached 1000 followers, and it made me think of that I’ve never really done a post where I/we introduce ourselves, on any of our social media. So I wrote a little post on instagram, and then went on to share a slightly revised version of it on our … More This is us: A ‘better late than never’ introduction
I’ve always really enjoyed playing board games, so I’m very happy about now being able to play some of these with Penguin! It’s taken a bit of extra effort for our boy to grasp how to play, due to his autism, developmental delays and learning differences. In this post I’d like to share a few … More Penguin Plays… Board Games!
We’re very much into baking together. I find it’s a great way to practise things like counting and measuring, naming/recognising various ingredients and utensils, using bilateral coordination etc. And on top of that it’s always a sensory rich experience, which is a big plus in our book. These Chocolate Cake Cookies are currently one of our … More Baking Together: Chocolate Cake Cookies