Are Our Kids Playing Outdoors Enough? [Infographic]

outdoor play is great for kids

We know that our children are not playing outdoors as much as they used to – but how much of a problem is this?

6 Fun Ideas for a Picnic in the Garden

Picnic season is almost upon us. For many, that means packing a tower of butties, loading up the little ones and making for the nearest sunlit beach, park or beauty spot. But what about the days when you can’t be bothered to traipse to the seaside and the nearest National Park feels a little outRead More »

Gardening With Your Kids in Spring


If you love your garden and want to pass your green-fingered nature on to your kids, spring is the perfect time to do so. With flowers flourishing and wildlife returning in abundance, the whole family can enjoy the garden this time of year.

April Showers: 7 Fun Indoor Games for Spring

Indoor Play Hide and Seek

Spring may well be here, but before you let your rabble loose in the great outdoors, remember: April means showers.

5 Perfect Paddling Pools for Your Garden


Water play is incredibly important for a child’s development and splashing around in the paddling pool is great fun too!

5 Outdoor Play Ideas for Spring


With Winter behind us, the kids are itching to get out in the garden once more and Spring is the perfect time to encourage plenty of physical play.

Six Tips to Get Your Garden Ready for Summer


With just a couple of weeks until the clocks spring forward and the evenings start to get longer and lighter, it is the perfect time to starting planning and prepping your garden for summer activities.

Alternative Gift and Celebration Ideas for Mother’s Day


Mothers deserve much more than a bouquet of petrol station daffodils and a bottle of Cava on Mother’s Day. We’ve put together a list of seven alternative gift and celebration ideas to surprise the mums in your life on March 15.

Five Climbing Frames for Little Monkeys of All Ages

Little Tikes Buckingham Climb & Slide Climbing Frame

The back garden climbing frame is the perfect, fun place for kids to play, exercise and develop their motor skills.

Get Your Garden Ready for Spring with a Sandpit

Plum Junior Square Sandpit

A sandpit is not only great fun for your child but it also provides significant development opportunities. Digging, lifting, carrying, shovelling, raking and tunnelling all help develop your child’s gross motor skills – while  drawing, moulding, pouring, sifting and patting help develop fine motor skills.

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