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Play ideas - The magic of Early years Guest post

Updated: Apr 3, 2021

This week is a guest post from Katie , a mum who attended Baby massage and baby yoga last year with me. She is an early years specialist and has just helped publish a free ebook with lots of activities for little ones, it's amazing ! (link below)

If you do try any of the ideas, please tag me or Katie in your pictures or send me a picture.

I'd love to see you and your little ones

Love Elisa 


My name is Katie. I live in Liverpool, UK. I am a proud mummy of two boisterous boys, Arthur (4y 3m) and Zayne (18m). I am also an Early Years specialist and Special Educational Needs Primary teacher. I am very passionate about enriching the experiences that young children have in order to support their holistic learning and development. I love everything about early years development and as my IG handle states, I think it is just a magically time in the human life cycle!  My interests in the early years focus more specifically on multi-sensory Learning; the neuroscience of learning & development; and the power of play in its many forms. 

Click the image below to follow Katie and her amazing play ideas on Instagram! 

am so proud to have been apart of this amazing project, creating this ebook

⭐️INSTAnt Fun ⭐️ . A Kids Activity Book, created by Mums for Mums. We are a group of Mummies who met through MAMS and we have combined forces to bring you a little something special just for Mother’s Day! 🧡 This FREE e-book is filled with creative and sustainable activities to help entertain our little ones, especially during this trying time. Head to to download your free two part copy e-book. No payment, no email subscription needed. It’s our gift to you. All us mums have plenty more play ideas on our accounts. Give us a tag, a follow, a like or just come say “Hi” . We can’t wait to meet you and see you get creative with your kids in the months to come.

These activities are suggestions of how to engage your baby in play. They need to be carried out with adult supervision and you taking full responsibility for your baby during play. Please ensure that your little one is supervised with the toy at all times. Keep your little one in arms reach and eye sight when they are playing.

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