Projects

There are a variety of projects based articles on Chilling with Lucas blog that are family-friendly or for any creative person. Projects are a fun way to keep children entertained or to explore a hobby you might want to do. Make your graduation invitations rock with some creative ideas and tips. Tips and tricks to help improve your child’s writing skills and how parents can help their child improve their writing. How helping a child improve their writing can help a child communicate better. Free resources for homeschooling and help for parents crisis schooling. Homeschooling projects and homeschooling resources for children and parents. Projects for home workers and social media managers to help keep on top of social media accounts. Having a creative birthday party and fun birthday party ideas for older children. Wedding venue help and creating the perfect wedding. How to find the perfect wedding venue for a dream wedding. Help with organising a Christmas tree festival. Finding fun Children’s subscription boxes and fun craft ideas to do with kids. Children’s weekend box review to help reduce screen time and tips for fun craft projects with kids. How to train to be a nail technician in three days and learning how to be a nail technician. Nail technician training reviews and how to retrain as a nail technician. How to start a freelancing business with freelancing 101 learning a profitable lifelong skill and how to be a freelancer. Fun family things to do at home with children including making 3D puzzles with kids. Bucket list tips and tricks and a bucket list of things to do before I’m 40. How to retrain and change profession as an adult and why you might want to train as a professional counsellor to help with mental health. Teacher training tips for busy parents to change career and learn how to work in the classroom as a teaching assistant. A range of fun and crafty projects to do at home as well as projects to help retrain and change career.

Sisterhood Of The World Bloggers Award

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Thanks to Angela at Days in Bed for nominating me for the Sisterhood Of The World Bloggers Award x Here are the rules: -Thank the blogger who gave you the award and link back to their blog -Answer the 10 questions given to you -Nominate seven bloggers for the award -Write 10 questions for your nominees to […] Read more…

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Party Bags For Under Threes

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We are doing a joint first birthday and christening for Lucas tomorrow. I am making up party bags. Well, I say making up but luckily I have a party pack which includes party bags, however they are only suitable for over 3s. The party bag contains 1 Jungle Animal Pop Up, 1 Sneaky Snake, Click & […] Read more…

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Learning At Home With NCC

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At college I studied Health and Social Care and since then I have completed NVQ 3 in Social Care For Adults. I have worked in a variety of care settings including nursing homes, supported living, day services, schools and hospitals including secure wards. I have mainly supported people with learning disabilities and mental health issues. […] Read more…

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Lucas’ Memory Bear

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Waaayyy too long ago I said I was going to make a memory bear out of Lucas’ old clothes. I finally finished it a while back with a lot of assistance from my Grandma. We used a template I found from McCall’s sewing patterns. It isn’t perfect and I can see why people on Facebook are charging £60 […] Read more…

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Indoor Photo Activities For All The Family

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Photo book of Lucas

  I love taking photos of Lucas, I have an absolutely useless memory so I want to make sure I capture every moment and have photos to treasure and look back on. As the weather is pretty miserable at the moment I thought it would be the perfect time to start organising my photos and […] Read more…

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Memory Bear

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When I was doing my GCSEs at school I took textiles as my technology option. I wasn’t great at it and I’m not sure why I took that over food technology which would have been more useful to me later on, but I suppose as a 14 year old deciding which sounded more fun, textiles […] Read more…

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