Living Arrows – 40/52 {2021}

Welcome back to another week of Living Arrows! I love this project, I’ve been doing it for so many years now and it’s always nice seeing who links up and watching children and families grow throughout the year.

If you haven’t joined in with Living Arrows before it’s is about celebrating childhood. The project originally took its name from a poem by Kahlil Gibran, “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” and every Monday we share a moment from our week and invite others to do the same as part of this linky.

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Our Love of Playmobil Advent Calendars

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Every year, since the children were about three, we have got them Playmobil Advent Calendars for Christmas. Playmobil is a huge love of theirs anyway, so it makes sense to carry this on over the festive period and Playmobil always have a great range of advent calendars to choose from.

I have always loved how Playmobil caters to all children. There are themes that will inspire any child’s passions – from City Life, City Action and Dragons to Princess, Pirates and Family Fun. Whatever your child’s personality, Playmobil has toys that they’ll love and that doesn’t change with advent calendars.

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A Year of Nature Craft and Play – Giveaway!

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A Year of Nature Craft and Play is a new activity book by Becky Goddard-Hill and Catherine Hughes. Designed to inspire kids to get creative with nature, it’s filled with 52 crafts, gardening projects, games, art activities and science experiments to keep them busy all year.  Each activity uses materials that are easy to find in nature, so they’re low cost, eco-friendly and simple to organise.

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