Lockdown is a funny time. It is a time for discovery, a time to appreciate your nearest and dearest and it is a time to organise your time. To paraphrase Charles Dickens; It was the best of times, it was the worst of timesDavid Copperfield One of the things that has worked is cake baking.…
Creating daily routine and structure for a 6 year old and crappy cakes for the family – week 3 or 4 of lockdown continues
The biggest surprise for me with these tadpoles is their voracious appetite and the fact that they can swim upside down
If you want to remember something – just try and draw it.
When I lecture, facts can be really boring unless interspersed with a few anecdotes and bits of information. Did you know sharks share a lot of the same immunity as us? Anyway, here are a few fun facts shared from imgur about animals. I hope you enjoy them. Click here to find interesting facts
A good way to get your teenager out of their room- baking creations.
Joe Grove from the Institute of immunity and transplantation at UCL has made a short video to explain the corona virus to your children (aged 4-14).
It’s been 1 week in and these are my experiences thus far with all the resources, and videos that I have made.
In this blog, I begin to create ideas to help teenagers at home, and continue to socially distance myself, despite it being an important day, usually shared with your mum. This Mothers day we were given a choice: Do we: A: See your 76 year old mum and give her the gift you bought her…