An Interview with Zara from Play Tribe

Meet Zara Demeris from Melbourne Australia. Primary School teacher Zara, is the founder of Play Tribe and an educator at Craftercise. We first bonded over our mutual love for turning everyday objects from around the house into play activities. In an Insta perfect world, Zara’s honesty is also really refreshing, so I wanted to find out more about the lady behind Play Tribe…

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10 Activities to try with the Flisat Table

Have you seen the IKEA Flisat table? As soon as I saw it on Little Lifelong Learners Instagram feed, I knew I had to have one! It makes perfect sense for sensory play and even helps to minimise the mess made. Read on for 10 of our most recent activities…

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If mess makes you stress…

10 TIPS for messy play activities

I get it….really I do get it. More so than ever now that i’m living in a rental apartment but the fact still remains, the benefits of messy play far outweigh the inconvenience of tidying it all up. Read on to find out how we tackle it and why I think you should try it…

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An Interview with Maggy from Red Ted Art

Meet Maggy Woodley, creator of the incredible craft hub, Red Ted Art. I have been in awe of Maggy for years – I love her projects and I love how supportive she is to the rest of the blogger community. In short she is AMAZING! I am absolutely honoured to be able to interview Maggy for the first of the Inspirational Educators Series.

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The Inspirational Educators Series

The Inspirational Educators interview and blog post series will feature a range of educators from around the globe. There’s set to be an awesome line up of interviewees so read on to find out more!

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