Our pick of the new Christmas books! Looking for something new to read this Christmas? Here are our tips for the top new festive books!
Sharing books.... Top children's author Nick Butterworth tells us why he thinks sharing a book with your child is so important.
The pick of the best movies adapted from books - for kids! Film critic and Supernanny expert Jo Berry gives us her tips.....
Our top toys for boys this Christmas: Stuck for ideas when it comes to your son/godson or nephew this Christmas? Fear not, the Supernanny team, with some help from the Toy Retailers Association, has an excellent eleven suggestions!
Our top toys for girls this Christmas! The Supernanny team, with help from the Toy Retailers Association (TRA), is proud to offer its list of the top twelve toys for girls…
No batteries required! Our top ten Christmas toys fired by imagination... It’s from you to them and you want it to be perfect, so it’s got to be really special. Toy experts GLTC spend the whole year snooping out gifts with that little something extra, and here are their recommendations, no batteries required...You could win a pink retro kitchen (or a £109 GLTC voucher, if pink's not your colour!)
Christmas tips from Supernanny members! Many thanks to the Supernanny mums and dads who sent us these tips. Ranging from making things with the kids, to saving yourself embarrassment when the presents are given out, they might help make your Christmas just that bit easier…..
The best new bedtime books: The Supernanny team has discovered some brand new bedtime books. All have been very recently published (so you shouldn’t have read them yet!) and come highly recommended for pre-schoolers.
Beat the Bedtime Story Blues: One in ten parents struggles when it comes to reading their children a bedtime story. But, because a book before bed is good for both parents and child, a new initiative is trying to encourage Mums and Dads to improve their reading skills.
How to help boys read and write...Supernanny expert Sandy Fazio explains that while boys may take longer to show an interest in formal learning, there are ways you can encourage them to do so!