The Experience of Buying Shoes with Clarks

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I took both kids shoe shopping last week, as we had been sent some gift vouchers by Clarks, and I wanted to get them some weekend shoes so that we didn’t wreck their school shoes quite so quickly. We had a great time, were very well looked after by the staff, and both kids ended up […]

Is the GoPro Hero 3+ a Good Family Video Camera? #review

The GoPro Hero 3+ in the palm of my hand

At the start of the summer I was rather delighted to hear that I had been selected, via the Tots100 blogging index, to work with GoPro to test out their Hero 3+ video camera. I’ve been lusting after this camera (and its predecessors) for a number of years now, so I was very excited to […]

Kids and the Theatre: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Saturday 20 September 2014: First Joseph

I can still remember my first trip to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It was in the late 1970s, and my parents took me to watch a school production performed by kids at a school where a friend of my Dad’s was a teacher. It must have been one of the first musicals, […]

App Talk episode 10: Mr. Crab #AudioMo

Mr Crab

listen to ‘App Talk episode 10: Mr. Crab #AudioMo’ on Audioboo App Name: Mr Crab Developer: Illusion Labs Platform and Price: iOS (Universal – requires iOS 7 and above, however I believe earlier versions will run on original iPad) – Free (with in-app purchases) App overview: This is a really fun platform-style arcade game. You control a crab who has […]

App Talk episode 6: Dipdap #AudioMo

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listen to ‘App Talk episode 6: Dipdap #AudioMo’ on Audioboo App Name: Dipdap Developer: Cube Interactive Platform and Price: iOS (Universal) / Kindle Fire / Android – £1.99 App overview: Dipdap is a fun little drawing app aimed at kids aged between about 2 and 6 years old. It’s based on the CBeebies programme of the same name, although […]

App Review: Sago Mini Forest Flyer (iOS)

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Have you heard of Sago Sago toys yet? If not, you’re about to! They are a Canadian app developer who specialise in making apps for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Oh, and they were recently bought by Toca Boca (who I may have mentioned here once or twice before…!). My first experience with Sago Sago was when […]