Sappy is so used to velcro shoes, the old tying of shoelaces seems to be difficult now. However, teaching sappy and yourself to tie your own shoelaces, is a simple task and it will also improve your cognitive skills. The whole twisting and turning and the complicated tying of the bunny ears might look like […]
Each time you wish you could go to your favourite playground, go see your best friend who stays far or maybe have a yummy pizza or whatever heart desires at that moment, why not write it down on a piece of paper and pop it into your own appy wishing jar? Creating your appy wishing […]
Would you like to go on an exciting undersea adventure in a shark submarine made by you?
Live a healthier lifestyle! Jumping Jacks, also know as Star Jumps, are an aerobic exercise. It’s snappy’s favourite and great to incorporate into your exercise routine, not too difficult to master, fun and you need no equipment other than a good pair of sports shoes. So, what are the health benefits of Jumping Jacks? […]
Want to make your own favourite appy. Its simple,Download the templates in this article to make your own Appy. Step 1. Download and print any Appy, it can be Happy, Mappy or sleepy head Nappy. You can even download a colour your own appy to make a more personalised appy. Please see the instructions to […]
Music is a key part of a childs learning journey
Passing on a mother tongue to our children is a natural way to connect our children to their cultural roots.
Writing with a pen and paper seems to be a lost art – we do the research to find out the consequences.
They may wrestle you to the ground and finish all the leftover cake in the fridge, but at the end of the day, you know there’s no one who could take the place of your brothers and sisters.
Reading to your children introduces them to the idea of crafting their own stories and cultivates their emotional intelligence.
Game-based learning, it’s been around for a while, but technology takes it to a whole new level!
Today the way children learn is rapidly changing and being a parent to two little kids, aged 5 & 3, I’m constantly trying to keep up to find the latest toys, books and tools to make sure that they learn well.