Mother and environmental communicator, Claire Lock, shares her family’s first steps into voluntarily home schooling as Coronavirus unfolds. It was late last Sunday night when my husband and I made the decision. When the kids woke in the morning, we’d let them know they could home-school as...

The ancient art of weaving has seen a modern resurgence as an accessible and meditative pastime for little folk, mamas and families alike. Weaving can take many forms, with differing techniques used to create functional and decorative items such as basketry, textiles and home décor,...

  It’s that time of year where the days get warmer and the calendar starts to fill with endless opportunities for outdoor activities. Spending time in the kitchen seems less and less appealing in the heat, but with a spare 10 minutes and a pair of eager and helping hands, you can make...

  …the basic law of children’s creativity is that its value lies not in its results, not in the product of the creation, but in the process itself ~ VGOTSKY ~   Clay offers a wonderful sensory medium for open-ended childhood play. Some of our favourite ways to play with...