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WIN! A three months subscription to toucanBox Super boxes!

Make your way for three Super toucanBox craft boxes delivered each month, bursting with everything you need to ignite your child's imagination! Each Super box contains all the materials and easy to follow illustrated instructions for four projects, and a beautifully illustrated reading book.  Started in 2012 by a mother of three inquisitive children, who was looking for a convenient way to entertain her eld ...

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WIN! A collection of Halilit toys worth over £70

Halilit have created award-winning products that are both versatile and practical. Their innovative range of musical instruments provide a wonderful introduction to music making, and are designed to stimulate and delight the littles ones (even the tiniest of babies). Each instrument has been specially designed for young children with easy-to-grip handles and rounded edges, while jingles and fascinating visu ...

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How to get creative with your used yogurt pots, with Yeo Valley

Yeo Valley’s garden team are asking you to get creative with your used yogurt pots! When you finish that last spoonful of yogurt from the bottom of the pot, you don’t have to head straight to the bin. Yeo Valley pots are the perfect size and shape for growing young seedlings, giving a new lease of life to your empty pots and providing a great activity for little ones. According to the National Trust, fewer ...

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WIN! 1 of 5 sets of lovely bubbly Paddy’s Bathroom products

at home magazine and new natural baby and toddler toiletries brand Paddy’s Bathroom are giving you the chance to win the full range of lovely Paddy’s Bathroom products! Paddy’s Bathroom was created by the same daddy who brought you Ella’s Kitchen, to help make bathtime more fun for little ones, and stress free for parents. Their gentle, plant based formulas use natural ingredients that are kind to skin, and ...

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WIN! A fun-filled Hopster activity pack for your pre-schoolers/2-6 year olds!

We’re offering one very lucky tot the chance to win a pack of exciting Hopster activity pack, crammed with fun things to do; glittery space dough, easy-peasy recipes and tons more ideas and activities. As with everything on Hopster, all the games in the pack have been developed to teach your little ones new skills. From growing their own plant to moulding facial expressions, the activities are focused on im ...

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How to get your little one to sleep

The Wool Room are experts in better sleep and have developed a sleep solution for children using one of the greatest natural materials available to man; wool! Wool has an amazing ability to naturally regulate body temperature, making it absolutely ideal for young children who don’t develop the ability to regulate temperature until they’re two years old. What’s more, unlike synthetic fillings, wool is also n ...

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WIN! A family ticket to Marwell Zoo, Hampshire!

Win a family ticket for two adults and two children to Marwell Zoo, near Winchester in Hampshire and discover the wonders of the natural world. The ticket is valid for 12 months, giving one lucky winner the flexibility of choosing when to visit. From ring-tailed coatis to majestic giraffes, endangered tigers to giant anteaters, curious meerkats to pygmy hippos – their 140-acre park is home to an incredible ...

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WIN! £150 worth of Trutex school uniform!

With over 150 years heritage in expert school uniform supply, Trutex are offering one lucky reader the chance to win £150 worth of their quality school uniform... Trutex are the UK’s leading school uniform specialist and offer a range of Made to Last uniform, which is not only produced to live up to the rigours of school life, but is also ethically and responsibly produced. They pride themselves in the dura ...

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How to recognise if your child might need glasses

Children’s eyes can be tested at any age, and it’s recommended that an optometrist sees them before they start school and start learning to read. This is because often, vision problems can be a reason a child doesn’t perform well at school, for example because they can’t see the board well enough. The earlier a problem’s detected, the more chance there is of successful treatment. Children's eyes are fully d ...

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How to get your kids to share

Sharing is often a challenging area for children. It is a normal part of a child’s development to form strong attachments to people and objects, which often manifest themselves in claims of ownership, stormy tantrums and shrill screams of ‘mine!’ These attachments are used to establish a sense of safety and security that can be perceived as threatened when a child is made to share. And yet sharing is a vita ...

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How to get your kids to embrace tech responsibly

Screen time can be a brilliant opportunity to teach kids to solve problems, to think creatively and to formulate and organise their ideas independently. To make sure they’re using their screens safely and productively, try the following approaches: Encourage kids to regulate their own screen time: give kids a time allowance for using their screens and let them decide when to use it. Then, let them choose an ...

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