Farms are one of my favourite places to take the boys for a day out. You can’t beat getting into the fresh air and close to nature. To me, a farm visit seems to be the ultimate place to take kids – it’s fun, educational and you generally get a lot of exercise while you are there!
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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.
Check out this list of over 30 family-friendly Halloween events in Northamptonshire including discos, pumpkin hunts, spooky trails and more.