Essentially, what you make is a chocolate bar in the shape of an Emoji. The chocolate is 100% Belgian chocolate, has no artificial colours, is gluten-free and suitable for vegetarians.
Included in the Chocolate Emoji Maker pack was the chocolate sachets – white, milk and dark, the emoji stencils, instructions and 2 plastic dishes. On top of this, you need a large bowl, scissors and a fridge!
Toddlers learn in more ways than we know. They gain knowledge about the world around them through everything they touch, move, break or even put in their mouth. As parents, it’s essential that we allow them to explore and play since that’s how they learn best. So, if you’re in search of educational activities for toddlers which don’t require you to make any special preparations, other than giving your little ones enough time and space, you should probably rely on types of play which can develop their motor skills, creativity and intelligence. Here are some ideas.
In the lead up to Flinn starting school this month I bought him a couple of children’s books that help with the fear and uncertainty of starting school as well as behaviour in general. I have always questioned if or how these kinds of books help but after a particularly bad tantrum one day thought they were definitely worth giving a go.
They are so many Baby and Toddler cookbooks on the market today. It’s hard to choose which is the best to get. It’s so disappointing when you spend money on a book, only to have your little one refuse to eat anything