Grab a coffee or tea and sit down for ten minutes and take a look at what I have to offer this Sunday. If you are looking for some inspiration reads, look no further. I am going to endeavor to give you some lazy Sunday reading from some great blogs, so there is no need for the Sunday papers.
With valentines day fast approaching, why not have a go at making paper roses with your children.
Did you realise that it is National Story Telling Week? No, don’t worry I didn’t either, but the fantastic Chris at Thinly Spread did and she has some great ideas on how to make stories and words exciting for your children this week.
Short of time, but want to spend some quality time with your children, why not take a leaf about of Mummy’s little monkeys book. If you are time short, then why not let your child take the lead in play. Time short, aren’t we all, so short cuts are fine and make for a super fun time.
Are you worried about being stuck in a rut over breakfast? Lindy considers the information about so many children not eating breakfast.
The year of the Rabbit begins on the 3 February, so why not make some lanterns with your children to celebrate, Nurturestore has a great tutorial from last year.
For some serious reading, why not pop along to Note from Lapland, who has been following the amazing events in Egypt.
Finally, did you realise that the brand new site for the Tots100 is up and running this week.
If you have seen any great inspirational posts this week, then leave the link for them in the comments section. If you visit any of the blog I list then please let them know by leaving a comment and informing them you came via me. I will be back next Sunday with another list, so there is no need for the Sunday Papers.