Back to school with Bird Kids!

Back to school with Bird Kids!

Wednesday, 22nd of August 2012

It seems like only yesterday that we were getting ready for the summer holidays to start and now they’re almost over! I can imagine that most of you are rushing about to get the bits and pieces that your little ones need for their return to school, but

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Throw an Opening Ceremony party!

Throw an Opening Ceremony party!

Tuesday, 24th of July 2012

You may have guessed, but here at Bird Kids we love throwing a party! With the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Olympic Games taking place on Friday, I think it’s the perfect excuse! The only problem is that it doesn’t start until 9pm, so if you have younger

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More activities for a rainy day!

More activities for a rainy day!

Tuesday, 17th of July 2012

Our regular readers may remember that last week, I suggested some fun activities that will help to alleviate the boredom over the summer holidays, when it’s too rainy to head outside. If you haven’t had a chance to read it yet, it’s still available and

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Fun activities for a rainy day!

Fun activities for a rainy day!

Tuesday, 10th of July 2012

With the weather showing no signs of improvement and the kids breaking up for their summer holidays soon, I imagine that many parents are starting to fret. After all, entertaining kids for six weeks can be a massive task, but at least when the sun is shining

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Get kids cooking... or growing!
Get kids cooking... or growing!
Tuesday, 26th of June 2012

We’ve talked about the importance of teaching children to cook before, but I thought that it would be worth having another look at.

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Play music with your children!
Play music with your children!
Tuesday, 19th of June 2012

A recent study by Cambridge University has suggested that children who regularly play music in a group have improved empathy skills and are better able to recognise other people’s emotions. The benefits of music on children’s development have been looked

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