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11th February Make a Friend Day: Top Tips to Help Make your Kids More Sociable

National Make a Friend Day: Top Tips to Help Make your Kids More Sociable

Posted on 11/02/2022 by Anne Davies
Learning, Room to Grow

At some point in our lives most of us have felt shy or uncomfortable in a social situation but shyness or social anxiety can be crippling for little ones, especially in their formative years. Learning how to be sociable, how to share, how to make friends, and especially how to get along with difficult people […]

How to Create a Safe Learning Environment for Children

3 Steps to Creating a Safe Learning Environment for Children

Posted on 05/02/2022 by Anne Davies
Learning, Room to Grow

With school back in full swing, many of us are still getting to grips with setting up a happy and healthy homework routine for our little ones. Even if you don’t have children of school age, making sure a children’s learning environment at home is safe and comfortable is still really important to support little […]

Top Tips For Ensuring Children Keep Learning Throughout This Time

Posted on 06/01/2022 by Room to Grow
Health, Learning

As we enter another lockdown and with schools shut, parents across the country are again trying their hand at homeschooling; if this is you, we can imagine it is not the easiest thing to do. While you may have some top tips under your belt from the last time, we’ve put together some ideas to […]

Road Safety with Children

Top Tips for Teaching Children about Road Safety

Posted on 06/01/2022 by Room to Grow
Health, Learning, Room to Grow

Teaching children about road safety from a young age is incredibly important as it prevents accidents as they get older. Road safety campaigns have been helping to reduce child road deaths but there is still a long way to go. 78% of child pedestrians involved in accidents failed to look properly, so it is important […]

Nursery Rhymes: Guess the Century

Nursery Rhymes: Guess the Century

Posted on 24/11/2021 by Room to Grow
Fun, Learning, Room to Grow

Nursery rhymes are really important for children to learn and hear as they help children to develop their language. Rhyme and rhythm are both great ways for children to learn and develop their language as it helps them to discover sounds and syllables which in turn will help them learn how to read. It is […]

Ultimate Guide to Children’s Beds

Ultimate Guide to Children’s Beds

Posted on 12/10/2021 by Anne Davies
Learning, Room to Grow, Safety

We understand that the world of kids beds can be a complicated one, from bunk beds to cabin beds, high sleeper to day beds….how do you know which you need, and which one is right for your child?  For this very reason, we’ve created an ultimate bed ‘Whose Who’ guide, to help you understand the […]

26th September European Day of Languages: 5 Reasons Why Children Should Learn a Foreign Language

26th September European Day of Languages: 5 Reasons Why Children Should Learn a Foreign Language

Posted on 26/09/2021 by Room to Grow
Holiday, Learning, Room to Grow

Being able to take a trip abroad and being able to ask for things in a different language is a great feeling and one we should all aspire to enjoy – but did you know that language learning can also boost your brain power and make you better at music? Multiple language learning for children […]

Quiz: Which Roald Dahl book would your child enjoy most?

Posted on 11/09/2021 by Room to Grow
In The News, Learning, Reading, Room to Grow

Reading is important for children; it teaches them numerous skills and life lessons whilst providing them with a magical escape. It is especially good as part of a bedtime routine as it allows them to relax and unwind before bed and takes time away from any screens. Roald Dahl is one of the most popular […]

Bullied

How To Help Your Child Deal With Bullies

Posted on 07/09/2021 by Room to Grow
Learning, Room to Grow, Safety

Transforming a child’s bedroom into a safe haven for them to play and grow is a rewarding experience for parents. But what happens when the little ones go to school and face dangers that parents cannot prevent? The reality for our children is that they will likely be bullied at some point in their life, whether it […]

Back to School : A teenage account

Back to School : A teenage account

Posted on 03/09/2021 by Room to Grow
Learning, Room to Grow

Hi there, my name is Hazel and I’m what you call a teenager. That’s right, I’m a bundle of hormones and angst in a weird, almost adult like package and I’m going to be writing about my personal experiences, so hopefully, you’ll be able to finally see inside the mind of a teenager. Be prepared, […]

theme kids' beds for development and imaginative play

How Exciting Kids Beds Can Encourage Your Child’s Sense Of Adventure

Posted on 16/07/2021 by Room to Grow
Beds, Fun, Learning, Room to Grow, Theme beds

Whether you have a budding racing car driver or an outdoor explorer, theme kids beds are great for children. Ensuring a bedroom is more than just a place to sleep is important for developing youngsters. After all, it’s part of being a kid to build dens and let your imagination run wild! Here’s how theme […]

Three Reasons you Should Encourage your Child to keep a Diary

Diary Writing For Kids: The Endless Benefits & How To Encourage It

Posted on 26/06/2021 by Room to Grow
Learning

With so many benefits related to diary writing, it is a wonder we all don’t keep one! No matter how old your child is, there are many benefits from keeping a diary: Keeping a Diary Creates a Lasting Record of Events When your child keeps a diary, they capture activities they participated in and how […]

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