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Top Tips For Ensuring Children Keep Learning Throughout This Time

Posted on 06/01/2021 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 […]

theme kids' beds for development and imaginative play

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

Posted on 16/07/2020 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 […]

Top Tips for Supporting Escapism for Kids Throughout a Pandemic

Posted on 23/04/2020 by Room to Grow
Fun, Health, Learning, Reading

We all have different ways of dealing with difficult situations, and for most people a bit of escapism can go along way to helping you through hard times. This is no different for children; as important as it is to understand the world around them it is also important, they have time to relax, unwind […]

How to Plan Activities That Allow You To Work Whilst Your Children Play

Posted on 22/04/2020 by Room to Grow
Fun, Learning

Facing the realities of a new workspace complete with its own distractions and challenges is hard for anyone; however, for those with kids added into the mix it can be even more daunting. With the schools closed and the majority of us working from home now, this is the new reality. With not much choice […]

Tips for Long and Fun Activities to Keep Children Occupied Inside

Posted on 21/04/2020 by Room to Grow
Fun, Learning, Reading

The key to keeping children occupied is to keep your activities varied. Too much of one thing will mean the children get bored easily; however, a varied collection of different activities can help keep them occupied for longer. A good combination is to include things such as educational activities, fitness, reading and play. As the […]

How to Explain Covid-19 to Your Children

Posted on 16/04/2020 by Room to Grow
Health, Learning, Parent Health, Safety

How you explain Covid-19 to your children will depend largely on their age and level of understanding; some may already know and understand more than others, some may be rather concerned and need reassurance more than anything and some may be entirely unaware. The key to explaining this difficult situation is to be open, understanding, […]

Top Children’s Baking Recipes for Days Inside

Posted on 15/04/2020 by Room to Grow
Fun, Learning

With all of us spending more time indoors, it is the perfect time to tackle some activities which would not usually have the time for. Baking is a great activity to get stuck into, not only do you end up with some tasty treats, but it can be a lot of fun for the whole […]

How to Encourage Independent Learning

Posted on 27/03/2020 by Room to Grow
Learning, Room to Grow

From birth to adulthood, learning is essential. We’re all constantly learning, but children even more so. In order to live well fulfilled and productive lives, learning is essential. With smaller children, you’ll do a lot of their learning with them; teaching by doing. This involves things such as brushing their teeth, tying their shoes or […]

Road Safety with Children

Top Tips for Teaching Children about Road Safety

Posted on 06/01/2020 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 24/11/2019 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 […]

Young girl wears a pink hat and top while writing in a diary.

Dear Diary: How to Encourage your Child to Keep a Daily Diary

Posted on 25/09/2019 by Room to Grow
Learning, Room to Grow

Diary writing has been a popular pastime for years; it provides a keepsake for both an individual and can even give an insight into history. There are many benefits to keeping a diary, especially for children. Putting pen to paper allows them to create a lasting record of events that they can look back on […]

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

Posted on 11/09/2019 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 […]


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