Goal Power is a new kid’s healthy flapjack snack and game that promotes children reaching their goals and enjoying a healthy active lifestyle. The idea is the children enjoy the healthy, fibre and nutrition-packed snack and then they can collect cards or set goals online to achieve.
The aim is to help kids to get outdoors, be active and take some time out from their screen time.
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I am always looking for fun new activities to keep L occupied over the summer holidays and if they have some educational benefit then even better. The Flying Science Kit from Toys & Bears is a perfect example of that. Not only did it fill an otherwise boring day when we were stuck at home waiting on workmen, it has taught him about various types of propulsion and lift and has left him with some great toys that he has built and will last.
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Piccolo have added a new Mighty Oaty Bar to their existing snack range. The new Banana & Cocoa Bar is designed for parents looking for healthy snacks that meet school standards. We’ve been trying them out.
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It case you haven’t heard of BYO or Build Your Own, they make amazing cardboard kits that allow you to create amazing things. There are four Mini Builds in the range, a Ladybird, Honey Bee, Stag Beetle and Dragonfly. As well as the Mini Builds there are larger creations to be made as well, like a Telescope or Plane Launcher.
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Do you have a child who is so very interested in the natural world around them? I do and it is lovely but it comes with a huge amount of questions, which, whilst again lovely, is also very draining! Well I am always looking for ways to answer some of those questions and the GeoSafari SeaScope allows L to see what is actually happening under the water, so instead of asking, he can look.
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I don’t ever have to be asked twice to try out a chocolate and I do enjoy oat milk, so I was very excited to try out the range of chocolates from Happi.
Lower in sugar than other chocolate brands, dairy free and vegan friendly, Happi ticks all the boxes for treat time. There is a wide choice of flavours too and it ticks the boxes for recyclable packing too, using a card sleeve and a home compostable plastic inner. I do much prefer to choose a product that is more environmentally friendly.
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With summer upon us I’m always after some quick and healthy snack options, but they’ve got to be tasty too. It’s not just for the kid but me too, I get a 15 minute lunch break at work normally and I can’t just be grabbing a chocolate bar everyday! So I was only too pleased to try out some Munchy Seeds.
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On Saturday L and I headed off to Raynham Estate to explore the woods and see what we could find. UK Adventure Trails promised animals, aliens, fairies and more. A fun woodland trail that should take around 45-60 minutes to complete.
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The summer holidays are practically here for us, I now for some of you they’ve already started. Now I am hoping it means there are going to be loads of fun day trips, plenty of time in the garden and hopefully a fair few barbecues.
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As you all know I have been very much looking forward to the start of Interlude in the Close, the line up is phenomenal and it’s a joy to have theatre back.
Things kicked off with The Wind in the Willows, a musical production written by Academy Award winner Julian Fellowes with music by the award-winning Stiles & Drewe, presented by the Turbine Theatre, London.
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