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Crunchy roasted chickpeas

Crunchy roasted chickpeas

As the cooler weather sets in, why not make a batch of this delicious and healthy warm snack. They are very easy to make and because of their high fibre content, they keep you feeling fuller for longer…

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Autism – what you need to know

Autism – what you need to know

The number of autism cases are increasing worldwide. Yet the symptoms of this conditions are often so vague and subtle that parents and even medical experts find it difficult to pinpoint what exactly is wrong with a child.

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Zucchini chocolate brownies

Zucchini chocolate brownies

Finding it hard to get your kids to eat vegetables? Then you need to learn to become very sneaky. This brownie recipe has hidden baby marrow in, but you can’t tell.

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Anyone can learn Maths

Anyone can learn Maths

When we were growing up, it seemed the world was divided into people who were ‘good at maths’ and those who were ‘bad at maths’ Researchers into maths education are now finding that we are all one kind of person – someone who can learn to work with mathematics, and do so well

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What if your child doesn’t win ?

What if your child doesn’t win ?

One of the worst feelings in the world is seeing your child feel disappointed and sad at not winning or being chosen in a test or a race. This could very easily deter them from ever taking part in anything again if the disappointment is that deep.

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Cinnamon and carrot overnight oats

Cinnamon and carrot overnight oats

This blend of whole grain oats, carrots and raisins pack a powerful nutrient punch filled with fibre keeping you feeling fuller for longer and allowing a sustained bloods sugar response.

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Batman v Superman : A movie review

Batman v Superman : A movie review

This film isn’t about a giant big punch-up between Superman and Batman. I mean, there is that, but in fact the film centres more on an ideological confrontation between the philosophies of the two heroes.

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Classic kids TV for the long weekend

Classic kids TV for the long weekend

With the Easter weekend coming up, I’ve given some thought to a few shows that I’d want to share with my nephews and other little ones in my life. While there may not be an actual Easter bunny in the line up, here’s my pick of five cute and cuddly substitutes:

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Crawling

Crawling

Somewhere between 6 and 8 months, babies become hugely curious about the world around them. So curious, in fact, that it spurs them on to move by themselves to explore it.

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Ambidexterity in kids – disorder or gift?

Ambidexterity in kids – disorder or gift?

By Mia Von Scha, Transformational Coach, motivational speaker, children’s author, student to two Zen Masters (aka kids), avid cloud watcher and lover of life I watched a film once where the main character was completely ambidextrous – he could write a poem with one...Read more
Hot cross biscuit recipe

Hot cross biscuit recipe

As Easter is nearing, bake some hot cross biscuits with your kids. Your house will be filled with the smell of spicy goodness and family laughter. This recipe is a hybrid of hot cross buns and a very simple biscuit recipe

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