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Free Wedding Game Printables for The Little Ones

Kids are cute. Kids are smart too...and busy, very busy. They test your boundaries and they know when you're trying to have a party without them. To keep those little growing minds occupied during your wedding celebrations you're gonna need some entertainment. However keeping kids busy is not always at the top of the to-do list when you're organising a wedding.

from Meraki Lane

25 ridiculously fun birthday party games for kids

If you're organizing a birthday party for your little one and need help finding the perfect games for kids to keep your guests happy, this collection of 25 ridiculously fun birthday party games for kids is a great place to start! There are so many fabulous birthday ideas for all ages in this list, and these games make great boredom busters for cold winter days!

from Organized Classroom

Literally Hands-On

Cute, right? But beyond that, just seeing this on the board made two things very clear to me. I know that this teacher understands the power of visual representations and she has clearly established routines for minimizing interruptions. I did indeed see children using the signals as I was in the room, so she is clearly using the system she put in place.

Use real fishing rods to hook little ducks floating round a large half-barrel of water. The barrel is painted in bright fairground colours and lined with waterproof sealant. Also included is a ‘hook-the-duck’ ground sign to match the paintwork on the barrel.

from Condé Nast Traveler

The 10 Best Afternoon Teas in London: The Shard, Claridge's, Fortnum & Mason - Photos

One of my favourites is the Montcalm Hotel near Marble Arch. This week, The Shard launched its much-anticipated Sky-High Tea Experience, allowing guests to enjoy afternoon tea on its open-air sky deck towering nearly 1,000 feet above London. But if you prefer your afternoon tea a little more traditional—or something else entirely—the city offers endless permutations of the centuries-old tradition.