Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Garden Classroom

One of my favourite blogs for play ideas is Nurture Store. So I was not just a little bit excited when Cathy James, the woman behind Nurture Store, announced her ebook The Garden Classroom: 52 Kids Gardening Activities. She kindly … Continue reading

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The Hidden Gardens’ Code of Conduct

One of our favourite hang outs are the Tramway and the Hidden Gardens in Pollokshields. There is so much we love about it – a cafe and shelter, the piece and quiet of the gardens. You know, just yesterday when … Continue reading

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Pick your own

One of my personal highlights of the year is an outing to a pick your own farm. We don’t do it often enough really, but when we do manage, there’s something really special about it in so many ways. Personally, … Continue reading

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Events at The Children’s Wood

We had a lovely day at the Ditch the Stuff event and explored the North Kelvin Meadow and the Children’s Wood as part of it. At the event, lots of outdoor activities were put on and it was lovely to … Continue reading

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Enough is Enough, Ditch the Stuff!

This Sunday afternoon, in the west end of Glasgow, there will be a connecting children with nature event which sounds like music to my ears. I hardly know where to start, and I’ve been waiting for a while to write … Continue reading

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Further afield: The Eden Project, Cornwall

As the summer holidays are in full swing in Scotland, this blog is travelling a bit further afield. Our journey today takes us to the other end of this island, the southwest of England. I’m not quite sure how it’s … Continue reading

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