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School holiday activities

School holiday activities

With a little bit of planning, school holidays can be an amazing time full of creative fun that will become treasured memories for all of you.

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Eleanor Cullen

Friends of We Might Be Tiny: She Be Sorted

Friends of We Might Be Tiny: She Be Sorted

I'm all about SHARING THE LOVE at We Might Be Tiny, so over the next few weeks, we are going to share ALL THE LOVE with our community favourites: long time friends, followers and fans of We Might Be Tiny. This week? We have featured Brooke from @shebesorted. Personally, I love how generous this mama is with her content. She shares family recipes, her weekly meal plan, organisation tips and just brilliant unique ideas to help you get your family and life in order.  Plus not to mention, tomorrow marks her 1st Insta birthday! ----- Featuring Brooke from @shebesorted Can you tell me a little about yourself?...

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Eleanor Cullen

9 practical tips to keep kids at the table

9 practical tips to keep kids at the table

Do you sometimes feel like it can be such a fight every meal time to get your kids sitting at the table, and staying there long enough to actually eat? You’re not alone! Toddlers and pre-schoolers are notorious for being distracted or disagreeable at the dining table. Today we’re bringing you some tips to help survive the battlefield at dinnertime. Have set meal times Serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the same time each day will go a long way to starting the process of teaching your kids to stay at the table. In between meals, offer a morning...

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Eleanor Cullen

Recipes to get kids in the kitchen

Recipes to get kids in the kitchen

Cooking with kids is a fun way to connect and spend time together plus it has so many benefits for their growing bodies and minds – they learn where food comes from, how to safely navigate a kitchen, it encourages picky eaters to interact with new foods, and includes fantastic incidental lessons in English (recipe reading) and maths (measuring), the list goes on. Plus, it’s delicious, which is reason enough! Before you start, it’s a good idea to make sure you have all ingredients ready, and get everyone to wash their hands (and there’s another lesson in hygiene, right there)....

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