• 4 Ways Extracurricular Activities Can Help Your Child at https://lukeosaurusandme.co.uk

    4 Ways Extracurricular Activities Can Help Your Child

    May 23, 2019

    #AD/Collaborative Post. Extracurricular activities are usually hobbies or interests that your child pursues outside of school. These activities may include sports, performing arts, charity work or even a part-time job. By taking part in extracurricular activities, your child will learn a number of useful skills for their future, as well as how to successfully balance…

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  • Helping Your Child Transition from Nursery to Prep School

    A Parents’ Guide to Understanding Your Child’s Curriculum

    May 21, 2019

    AD/Collaborative Post. If you’re a parent, you may feel overwhelmed at times with everything you’re supposed to know and understand about your child, particularly when it comes to their education. I have teamed up with a prep school in Kent to help parents understand their child’s curriculum a little better. The National Curriculum is split…

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  • elevating your mummy style at https://lukeosaurusandme.co.uk

    Swift, Sure-fire Ways to Elevate Your Mummy Style

    May 18, 2019

    #AD/Collaborative post. Most mums agree that life is pretty busy with kids. The majority of mornings are spent preparing packed-lunch boxes, feeding babies, changing nappies, getting older children washed and dressed, and much, much more. As such, style tends to take a back-seat. After all, who has the time to focus on appearance when time…

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  • Lighting mistakes to avoid when choosing lights for your home at https://lukeosaurusandme.co.uk

    3 Things to Avoid When Lighting Your Home

    May 14, 2019

    #AD – collaborative post. When planning the lighting in your home, you may think it is as simple as choosing your fixtures and plugging them in! However, if you want to install an effective lighting scheme, that will create the perfect atmosphere in your home, there are a lot more factors to consider. To help…

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  • Is Your Garden Child Friendly?

    May 12, 2019

    #AD – collaborative content. If you have children, you’ll know that your garden is less of a relaxing haven and more of a play area for the little ones. It can also be a learning environment for kids, because it introduces them to various plants, colours, smells, bugs, birds and lots of other aspects of…

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