We shouldn’t forget that having a baby has a huge effect on Dads as well as us. Sleep deprivation and the stress of a new child coupled with holding down a job can take a huge toll on any of us. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-49564467
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I was interested to read this story in the news regarding differing school starting ages –
My son, a Summer born baby, will start school just aged 4 which I feel is extremely young but what age is a good age to start school and just how long should we keep children learning through play?
I completely agree with Maria Miller of the Women and Equalities Committee here who says “Workplace policies have not kept up with the social changes in people’s everyday lives,” and adds that “outdated assumptions” about men’s and women’s roles in relation to work and childcare” is a further barrier to change.
The children have really enjoyed making Mother’s Day cards for their Mums this week. It was a lovely, simple activity that they could all enjoy from the youngest at 2.5 years old to the eldest at 5 years old.
Stickers feature heavily in our setting because all the kids love them and they don’t require any preparation. Its great for them all to sit around the table and chat and to develop their concentration and fine motor skills.
Areas of Learning covered: Communication & Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development (Fine Motor Skills)
The start of a new year and back to work.
The playroom has undergone a good clean, the high chairs are back out, the nappy changing area set up, the book shelves organised, the toys cleaned and set out, the carpets and furniture vacuumed and vaxed, the garden tidied and tired outdoor toys hosed down and cleaned all ready for a new year of fun and play. Happy New Year everyone!
Do your little ones watch Peppa Pig and do you think there is any truth in this?!