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TOP TIPS – HANDS ON ACTIVITIES TO DO WITH YOUR CHILDREN

2021-01-27T16:19:53+00:00

Back again with more Top Tips for parents with under five year olds!!  Are you running out of ideas of things to do that are both fun and will teach your little ones something new? Hopefully this leaflet will inspire you to get your hands mucky making your own play dough. Top Tips Physical Play

TOP TIPS – HANDS ON ACTIVITIES TO DO WITH YOUR CHILDREN2021-01-27T16:19:53+00:00

A HOME-START STORY

2021-01-22T14:13:39+00:00

We wanted to share with you the story of just one of the families we have supported during lockdown. This family has six children aged 3, 5, 7, 11, 14 and 17. They live in a small house with the four girls (aged 6-14) all sharing one bedroom. The dad has a low paid job

A HOME-START STORY2021-01-22T14:13:39+00:00

Top Tips for Lockdown

2021-01-14T15:10:49+00:00

Running out of ideas of ways to teach your little ones this lockdown? We are here to help! The key to learning for under fives is to make the lesson as fun as possible – children learn best through play. Continuing with our #TopTips for parents, here is the first in a series of leaflets

Top Tips for Lockdown2021-01-14T15:10:49+00:00

A Reason to Celebrate!!!

2021-01-07T11:57:05+00:00

And don't we all need one?!! Well 2021 is a big year for Home-Start Wokingham - we are celebrating our 25th anniversary!! We are thrilled and proud to have been supporting families for 25 years and are planning a number of events throughout the year to mark this momentous milestone - Covid-19 permitting! One such

A Reason to Celebrate!!!2021-01-07T11:57:05+00:00

Top Tips for Parents – Music & Movement

2020-12-09T13:33:29+00:00

We are delighted to share our latest Top Tip for parents leaflet with you, which is all about the enormous value of music and movement for children under 5.  We hope you find it helpful and it inspires you to try some of the suggested activities. Thanks to Wokingham Children's Centres and our very own Tools for

Top Tips for Parents – Music & Movement2020-12-09T13:33:29+00:00

Parenting Special Children Events

2020-11-25T16:50:08+00:00

Thought we'd share this newsletter from parentingspecialchildren.co.uk which lists all the online events they've got going on in the next few weeks and how to contact them. Parenting Special Children Events Update (Nov-Dec 2020) (mailchi.mp)

Parenting Special Children Events2020-11-25T16:50:08+00:00

Top Tips for parents – The importance of sensory play

2020-11-25T16:07:41+00:00

It's time for another Top Tip for parents brought to you by our very own Tools for Life and Wokingham Children's Centres. This one is all about the importance of sensory play and how to make "Gloop". Warning: it's messy!! For the pdf click on the link below. Feel free to share. #toptipsforparents #playdoughfun #toolsforlife

Top Tips for parents – The importance of sensory play2020-11-25T16:07:41+00:00

Welcome Kerry!!

2020-11-18T14:42:01+00:00

Hi, my name is Kerry and I have just joined the Home-Start team as a group worker to run a support toddler group for Home-Start families. I have a background working in care as a support worker to adults with learning disabilities and complex needs. I also have experience in managing my own family with

Welcome Kerry!!2020-11-18T14:42:01+00:00

#Give A Little Love

2020-11-17T12:48:04+00:00

We have some very exciting news - until 25 December, John Lewis & Partners will donate £1 to us for every new person who signs up to support us via fundraising website #easyfundraising. All donations will help families who need us this Christmas. To raise £1 for us, please visit our easyfundraising page and click

#Give A Little Love2020-11-17T12:48:04+00:00

Our latest Top Tip for parents – Sensory Play

2020-11-11T17:26:22+00:00

Wokingham Children’s Centres and Tools for Life at Home-Start Wokingham, bring to you Top Tip leaflets to support you and your child in preparing for their next stage of learning. This week’s top tip looks at Sensory Play. Develop confidence to try new things and communicate about what they’re doing. Try making some goop! Click

Our latest Top Tip for parents – Sensory Play2020-11-11T17:26:22+00:00