When it comes to Christmas, I think it’s nice for the kids to get involved with making cards and presents – especially for grandparents and teachers.
In this busy festive season, time is of the essence – plus I know my little ones are fiercely independent and like to do as much as they can themselves. You want homemade gifts that look nice but are fairly easy for children to make. Here’s a round-up of some of the gifts that we have made in the past, plus a few new ideas.
Like most children, my girls love listening to stories and always run to the bookshelf to pick out a book for bedtime. So when we were asked to review a new children’s book, I couldn’t say no. We were kindly sent a copy of Jungle Jam, which tells the tale of Mikey the Monkey’s trip through the jungle and all the animal friends he encounters along the way – each playing a different instrument.
As soon as Clara saw it she kept asking us to read the ‘monkey book’, and we’ve since read it a few times (and as we usually have to read ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’ every single night, trust me, this has made a nice change!) (more…)
A subscription really is the gift that keeps on giving. You can spread the joy of receiving presents throughout the year by choosing the perfect subscription gift for your loved ones. And it’s not just magazines anymore – there are subscription gifts to suit anyone and everyone; all interests and tastes are catered for.
Here’s a roundup of some of the subscription gifts that are available. (more…)
With a few weeks to go until 1st December, it’s time to decide how you are going to celebrate the official countdown to Christmas. Whether you are treating yourself, a loved one or all the family, there’s bound to be something in this list to suit everyone!
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