Examples of activities.

Dressing up clothes

Play kitchen including Play Food

Pots & Pans

Small worlds play


Dressing-Up Play



fuzzy felt

A wide selection of baby toys

Arts and Craft activities and play-doh

Cooking and Baking

Computer and iPad play

Animals and Safari play set

Reading and making

Den making

Train set and toot toot track


and a Large enclosed back garden


I have an active daily schedule which usually starts with the school run to drop the older children off. From there I attend either a playgroup at various places in Arnold or singing time at the library or we spend the morning at a park like Gedling Country Park or Arnold park. After lunch and naps we will play at home or in the garden or go to the local park before the school run again. In the school holidays we have the freedom to go on day trips and get stuck in with messy play and den making. I endeavour to make the children's happiness at the forefront of my mind always. I have boundless energy to stimulate and encourage children. I love being outside and make sure the children get physical exercise and fresh air every day and the children thrive on this. I organise regular trips out, recently to Matlock bath on the train, Floralands Farm and New walk museum in Leicester.  We visit soft play centres if the weather is bad or if i child has requested to go as a birthday treat, we enjoy going to Pirates play and Brookfields the most. I enjoy cooking and encourage children to participate in the preparing of their own food, which gives children the freedom to try new foods. We have made Pizza, sausage rolls, cheese straws, cakes, biscuits and chocolate mice! All the children are encouraged in everyday activities whether it be adult led or chosen by the child, these will all be related and adapted to your child’s age and individual stage of development, all of which can be seen by logging on to the child’s personal account on Babydays.