Homemade play was a staple of our early home educating life and the recipe (which in the days before Pinterest or even Google) I learned from playgroup teachers and has remained my go to one ever since. Playdough Recipe 2 cups of plain flour 1 cup of salt 2 cups of water 2 tablespoons of […]
Welcome to MuddlePuddle 2015
While I am rejuvenating the site, you can find the majority of the old content under the archive list on the right hand side. Much of it needs pruning, replacing and updating and I know there are images missing, but there is still useful stuff tucked away.
There are so many great places to visit that have Tudor links, even before you start on all the demolished abbeys, monasteries and so on. Kentwell Hall – period events in costume and kept ‘exactly as was’ at a beautiful venue. Well worth a visit to see the care the re-enactors take in costume making […]
Each month we receive a book through the post from Parragon publishers, who send us releases they would like us to review. This month was particularly exciting for the boy as the book in question has buttons and MAKES NOISES! Now I have a long history with ‘noise button’ books which tended to be of […]