Clamber Club Blog
Him, Bullied, NEVER

Him, Bullied, NEVER

This past week social media has been rife with bullying videos & messages, which tugged at the nations hearts & got everyone talking. Yet my talk was a lot closer to home, actually it was in...

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Homemade bread with little people

Homemade bread with little people

The best homemade bread recipe, it’s so easy to make your kids can make it themselves. “Hmm! That’s yum!” That’s what Ben and Lene said when they took a bite of their homemade bread. And guess who...

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Messy play – Wibble wobble

Messy play – Wibble wobble

We have some cool ideas to keep your little one’s fingers busy with wibbly wobbly jello this summer! Benefits of sensory play: Sensory play enhances learning through hands-on activities! Sensory...

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Milestones for 0-12 month olds

Milestones for 0-12 month olds

We have all heard about the importance of developmental milestones. What are they, and why is there often so much focus on them? “Milestones act as checkpoints and represent what an average child...

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Night Terrors

Night Terrors

Most parents will be woken at least once in their child’s life, to their little one screaming and crying from having a bad dream. Nightmares are especially prevalent in children who are between two...

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10 ways to BOND with your Baby!

10 ways to BOND with your Baby!

We hear this term so often that is has the danger of becoming meaningless, when in fact it is a critical part of building a trusting and loving relationship between you and your baby. Bonding is the...

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How to make an ecobrick

How to make an ecobrick

We are excellent recyclers in our house! We separate plastic bottles and cans, glass, paper and also have a compost heap! We have tried to teach our kids that everything can be used again! So when I...

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Salt dough ornaments

Salt dough ornaments

I have always enjoyed making these with my kids, and now that my daughter is 7 and reading, I found it top be such a wonderful experience with her! Vivienne could read out and measure the...

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