Is it just me but does the trunk on Thomas’ elephant face painting look a bit suspicious?
This week, it is National Stationary Week #NatStatWeek and with Thomas starting school in September, this year it is more important to us than ever. Thomas loves going to preschool and nursery and they have provided him with a great foundation for him to build on when he starts reception later on in the year. However, an issue that preschool, nursery and I struggle with is actually getting Thomas to sit down and write anything. He would rather be playing with friends, watching the TV or playing outside. The preschool and nursery are not that worried about it as when he is in the mood, he can write beautifully. I just worry as my writing is awful and I prefer to use a computer/tablet myself for taking notes. Technology is increasingly taking over our life’s and I want to do everything that I can to ensure that Thomas and Daniel can write and write well.
Here are some reasons as to why writing matters and why we should be encouraging our children to keep on writing!
We were sent some items to help us celebrate National Stationary week. Thomas loves the pencils and the pencil sharpener while I love the notebooks, the coloured pens and the gorgeous handbag pen. National Stationary week is carrying on all week until Sunday 1st May so make sure you follow all the action on Twitter.
Follow @NatStatWeek on Twitter and make sure you are using the following hashtags:
Happy writing everyone!
We were sent some items from National Stationary Week sponsors in exchange for this post. All opinions are own.
Thomas and Daniel love Paw Patrol so when they found out that a new DVD was coming out. They were very excited! Pups And Pirate Treasure DVD features six episodes of the hit TV series and is sure to keep your little ones entertained over Easter! It’s the pirate pup’s life in these six PAW Patrol adventures! Join the pups as they discover a secret pirate cave and embark on a treasure hunt! Plus, stop a ghostly pirate ship from sailing away and dive into the bay for more water rescues.
The spirited pre-school adventure series returns as the gang stumble on to a secret cavern that was once a pirate’s hideout where they discover an incomplete treasure map. The adventure is on as the pups follow clues to find the missing map pieces, and eventually to a sunken pirate treasure!
Catch up with Ryder and the puzzle solving dream team this Easter half term as the pup pals get ready to sail the stormy seas to rescue their friends, and find the hidden treasure!
Thomas and Daniel loved all the episodes on the DVD despite seeing them many times on the TV already. They love seeing pirate ships and finding the treasure. Daniel also loves seeing anyone wearing hats so this fits the bill for him, even though he does not fully understand what is going on. I am sure this will be played many times over the Easter break!
Just in case, the DVD will not keep your pirates occupied over the Easter break, I have some free printables that they can colour in. The PDF file is here and the images are below
Who is your favourite Paw Patrol character? I like Skye and Everest!
Title: Paw Patrol: Pups And The Pirate Treasure
Release Date: 14th March 2016
Runtime: 89 mins (1 disc)
Special Features: Video storybook: Pup, Pup and Away
LIST OF EPISODES
1. PIRATE TREASURE
2. GHOST PIRATE
3. SAVE THE BAY
4. SAVE A GOODWAY
5. POOL DAY
6. CIRCUS PUP
We were sent a copy of Paw Patrol: Pups And The Pirate Treasure in exchange for a review. All opinions are our own. We were not required to give a positive review. There is an affiliate link in this post