babies, books and blackboards
My thoughts on life as a busy wife, mum of two pre-schoolers, Usborne bookseller and teacher/tutor. Technically there are no real blackboards, but I love a bit of alliteration!
By Angela Rees
Angela's researching the developmental milestones in technology use for pre-schoolers and reviewing baby friendly apps along the way.
By James Clarke
Behaviour - from tots to teens, mainstream to special needs and everything inbetween.
This mum of four's blogging about the highs and lows of bringing up children. She's passionate about education and lifelong learning.
Blog of a Mom
The hectic life of a work-from-home, money saving, home-educating mom of two.
By Louise Kinross
A blog about parenting children with disabilities. BLOOM brings together the wisdom of families and professionals in childhood disability treatment, research, real-world programs and education from Canada's largest children's rehab hospital.
Can I Bring Ivy? Getting Involved with a Kid in Tow
By Rebecca Tully
This year I'm exploring what it means to get involved and make a difference with a kid in tow. A pointless waste of energy, or an opportunity for me to continue learning despite the shackles of parenting?
This blogger won't stop until her quest to control the childcare is delivered or at least worked towards.
By Denise Whitworth
I have been in Child Psychology for 20, and I help TV Production Companies work with children. Read about my opinions and exploits
Classical Mel's Music and Education Blog
By Melanie Spanswick
Mel's music blog is about classical music and education. Tune in to hear this pianist and piano teacher discussing music, learning styles, concerts and much more