Celebrating Chinese New Year
The Chinese New Year is also known as the Spring Festival. This ancient celebration marks the end of the Winter season and the beginning of Spring. Everything is new and coming back to life, making the start of a prosperous beginning. The Chinese celebrate the New Year in many ways and just like Christmas, we decorate our house with all kinds of things. Read on for my DIY Fai Chun printable. Continue Reading!
Christmas is a magical time for most, especially children and writing a letter to Santa is a great way to kick off the festivities. This simple letter to Santa is great for prewriting little ones or even older toddlers. Continue Reading!
Please do not read the title of this post and ignore! Even if you’re not a Christian, practising praying actually has many benefits and as a parent children’s prayers can also give you a little insight into your child’s mind.
If you are a fan of the British Afternoon Tea, then you definitely need to get your hands on “The Ultimate Afternoon Tea” experience by the Cookery School on Little Portland Street, London. If you can’t, don’t worry! I have included a few of my favourite sweets recipes below ⬇️ where you can exclusively access. So, last month, I had the pleasure of attending one of their classes Continue Reading!