I have now been teaching in the same school for 10 years & have seen the bumps become babies & the babies become my pupils and now those bumps are getting ready to leave primary school.
If I have any advice for parents and educators of young children it's to slow down & enjoy this precious time before it's too late. Celebrate all the achievements even if your heart is in your mouth as they climb or bring your a creepy crawly!
I am a natural optimist but also believe that you can't possibly spend any time around a 3 or 4 year old child and not become infected with their zest for life.
I had so many favourites in this link up party but if I have to choose one it's from Lyndsay over at Our Feminist Playschool. I just love that her little boy had the opportunity to get into the mud & really experience it.
How did your kids play outdoors this week?
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