Inspiration

Sometimes, getting started with a topic can be tricky and you just need a bit of inspiration. Well, we’ve got plenty of that here!

Does your child freeze up at the thought of writing a story on a blank piece of paper, or find it difficult to settle down to do their homework? These activities are perfect to give them (and you!) inspiration to say ‘goodbye’ to fear and ‘hello’ to fearless learning.

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