Magical nature lessons – all planned for you.
Let me be your nature study fairy godmother!
Our Ice and Snow Unit includes lessons on the Arctic, Antarctic, snow, polar bears and penguins. You can use this mini book, along with all the other printables, to consolidate the learning.
Every child deserves to be have their needs met so they can thrive. That’s why I’ve made you my free Super Sensory Starter Kit.
Do you feel like your child is measured too early against unrealistic standards and you know they need more sensory input, more fun, and more hands-on activities?
Maybe you’re a parent who wants to get your child away from a screen and into active play. Or you have a special sensory child who needs their own sensory diet.
Maybe you’re a childminder or a nanny who needs to balance activities for a range of ages, with a tiny budget for materials.
Perhaps you’re a teacher who truly wants to have a play-based classroom, but you’re already stressed by the demands of observations and administration. Or perhaps you’re a therapist or specialist who needs ideas that colleagues and parents can use.
My free Super Sensory Starter Kit will give you the tools you need to successfully tune-in to your child and help them be happier, calmer, and more successful at learning and life.
So I can send you the best resources, please tell me which of the following categories best describes you:
Here’s a selection of easy Christmas cards for children to make, featuring a range of interesting art techniques.
Download these Christmas matching game printables and have fun while you develop your child’s math and literacy skills through play.
We’ve upgraded our service which means you will now find the Play Planner only available via email. If you are already a subscriber, check your inbox as this week’s edition will be there waiting for you.
If it’s not there – please double check your ‘promotions’ and ‘spam’ folders in case it’s ended up in there by mistake.
If you still haven’t received it, or if you’re not yet a subscriber and want to be, just pop your email address in the box below and I’ll include you in the mailing list.
Why have we changed? I’ve got exciting plans for NurtureStore over the next few months, which I hope you’ll find extra fun for your children and really useful to you. In order to deliver all the goodies I have in store we’ve upgraded our newsletter system.
If you’d like to keep receiving the Play Planner, and get all the extras I have planned for future months, it’s important that you click open the Play Planner emails when they arrive.
I want to make sure the freebies go to those of you who do still want to receive them (and there are pretty expensive admin costs associated with running the mailing list.) This means I’ll be doing some housekeeping and removing people from the mailing list if they no longer open the Play Planner emails. I hope you will keep reading along with me, especially because I think you’ll enjoy all the extras I have planned for you.
So, please do open those emails to let me know you still want to be part of the NurtureStore community. Thanks! Cathy
If you’re looking for a fun idea to get your child writing, try making a Zig Zag Book. It’s a great way to encourage beginners to have a go at writing. The format of the book is fun and quirky and lets them do lots of drawings, adding in a little writing too.