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On balance of creativity and passivity with kids and screentime

This is from a great episode of the ChangeLog podcast that interviews Tim Bell, the founder and creator of CS Unplugged: a collection of free teaching material that teaches computer science through engaging games and puzzles. I struggle with how much… Continue Reading →

Pre-Christmas Struggles are OK

Social Media can make the build up to Christmas look so lovely. But if you’re struggling, know that you’re not alone.

Typical supper-time learnings: Will It Fly?

A typical conversation over an evening bowl of porridge in the Wintle household. This is how a) Isaac learns random stuff and b) Bedtime takes FOREVER.

The Introvert Parent’s Day

From a little while ago…but feeling very relevant today…

Parenting Jenga

Parenting Jenga: a visual note about what life is like sometime

Epic primary school homework

Isaac gets homework at school. Simple stuff, mostly practicing numeracy and literacy. Today’s was fun. We had to make a cake, cut it into 12 and sure it between four friends to practice dividing. Aprons on! Ingredients ready! There was… Continue Reading →

Parenting: Living someone else’s life

And so we’ve come to see that one of the key facts of parenting is that you really truly do start living someone else’s life.

New game: “Daddy, Daddy!”

Board game idea: “Daddy, Daddy” (Mummy version is also available). It’s like snakes & ladders. The aim is to get out of the front door – the last square!

A new addition: Ada Isabel

I can’t really keep a blog and then NOT post about such a massively life changing event as the arrival of a new child.

Highly sensitive

I recently discovered the trait of High Sensitivity – it’s been a revelation to me and my family. Here’s why.

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