Why Volunteer with Homestart Majik

Why Volunteer for Home-Start Majik? There is not much to be said about being a volunteer that hasn’t already been said. The feeling of fulfilment and inner joy, knowing that you are making a positive difference in the world is an obvious reason to volunteer. Another reason is that it will add to your curriculum vitae…

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Read, Play, Talk in Scotland

Read, Play, Talk Scotland have some great ideas to get started. Getting your child to read books is important right from the very start, and Read, Play, Talk in Scotland can help every parent. grandparent and carer to get children into reading from an early age. Snuggle up with a book and your wee one…

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Spring is around the corner (Apparently)

SPRING CRAFTS FOR TODDLERS AND PRESCHOOLERS  Thanks to happy hooligans for their great spring craft ideas, what better way to spend an afternoon than relaxing with your toddler making these delightful spring related items. Spring crafts for toddlers and preschoolers to make!  They’re sweet, they’re simple, and they’re absolutely charming! We’ve done many great Spring Crafts over the years…

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It’s National Storytelling Week

Storytelling and your Toddler Storytelling and your child. We all know how important it is to read to your child and this week is dedicated to storytelling.  Have you got a favourite book? Storytelling isn’t just about reading but also narrating a story, children love to hear stories about what you did as a child,…

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What Dads need to know about Doulas

A doula can help support your partner during your birth and make your baby’s arrival a beautiful, memorable experience for the whole family. Doulas and Giving birth More and more women with varying birth plans are enlisting the help of a doula and for good reason. Studies have linked trained doulas with a lower risk of…

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Mission Impossible Game for a Raining day

Yarn Laser Maze Treasure Heist Age: 3 years+ Objective: See if your child can get to the “treasure” on the other side of a hallway maze. Sometimes it’s not possible to get out and your child gets cabin fever. This game helps with their mobility and agility, testing their balance and co-ordination How It Works: Unwind a skein of yarn…

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