Recent research suggests that having a desk to work at can have a dramatic impact on a child’s educational achievement….
Painting your children’s rooms isn’t just about picking colours, you want to be using products that are safe for use too.
It’s all very well and good us adults giving up treats for Lent, but should we be encouraging children to do the same?
A few original ideas for decorating the ceiling in your kid’s room.
Get out with the kids this Easter and take part in one of the many organised Egg Hunts around the country. With free chocolate available, what’s not to like?
What preservatives and wood stains to use for children’s playhouses and outdoor furniture.
A growing family means growing storage needs…. But you probably can’t afford to keep buying expensive storage units each time a child’s taste in toys changes…
Kids create mess, there’s no way around it. Here are some great tips to help you learn to live with it.
Children’s rooms lend themselves well to having a fun, imaginative or inspirational theme, and creating the idea isn’t as difficult or expensive as you think.
It’s common practice for siblings to share a bedroom but this can cause problems, so here a few tips to get you started…
A few ways to deal with a young child when they decide to throw a tantrum…
What’s new and popular in the world of children’s rooms
8 ways to encourage children to clean their bedrooms
There are lots of things to consider when creating a space for your child, but there is also one big thing to consider and that is safety…
Colour can have a big impact on mood and as many children spend more than half their time in their bedrooms. So, how do you choose a colour for a child’s bedroom?
A few ideas for hosting a children’s birthday party at home.
B&Q are running courses in-store aimed at giving young kids some basic DIY skills. Children are let loose with saws, hammers and drills to make their own bird feeders, mug trees and key holders.
Get the kids interested in gardening and, aside from fostering an interest in the great outdoors, they may be become more willing to eat fresh veg. Especially if they’ve grown it themselves!
Keeping the kids entertained over the holidays needn’t cost an arm and a leg, or your sanity! Here’s a few ideas that won’t cost you a penny.
If you think that stately homes full of antiques are no place for bored children at the weekend you are missing a treat. The National Trust offers some fantastic family days out that the kids will love!
For a day out when the weather isn’t too great, regular museums can be a bit boring – but there are loads of museums especially for kids…
When my children asked if they could paint stones, I thought it was a fantastic way we could make our own garden tic tac toe.
A play theme inspired by our lovely outing to Amners Farm lambing day. If you get a chance to visit your local farm I would highly recommend it.
Finding new crafts is always a delight, so when Nana suggested a book folding fairy house craft, we simply couldn’t resist!