Festivals and Celebrations

  1. Mud Kitchen: Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

    Mud Kitchen: Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

    With Halloween fast approaching, it's a good time to reflect on how you can incorporate this seasonal event into your mud kitchen area. The joy of the mud kitchen lies in its versatility - it's so much more than mud and water! A fantastic way to encourage children to get creative at the same time as nurturing communication and language...
  2. Halloween – 10+ Fearsomely Good Outdoor Ideas

    Halloween – 10+ Fearsomely Good Outdoor Ideas

    By Juliet Robertson Halloween is a day where dressing up and having fun outside is celebrated. The origins of this festival are a matter of debate but this article is a useful starting point for any teacher wishing to acknowledge the cultural or religious connections. My favourite Halloween took place many years ago whilst I was working in a tiny Highland school with 9...
  3. We’re going on an Easter hunt - with a difference!

    We’re going on an Easter hunt - with a difference!

    We don’t know about you, but at Cosy HQ we can feel Easter approaching – the scent of chocolate is filling the air, and there are definitely more rabbits popping up everywhere! With all this in mind, you might be beginning to think about how you’ll celebrate Easter with your little ones. Whether you’re a practitioner or a parent, the...

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