The week has finally arrived when the nation will assemble on their settees by 9am on Saturday 19th May, probably still bleary eyed and in our pyjamas to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and I am very much looking forward to it - it's been a long winter, they are in love and it will be beautiful to watch. But, and this is the but, and it's a big one, how do you translate a Royal Wedding into the world of the Jellybeans Music early years music classes and is it even appropriate to do so?
It is no secret at Jellybeans Music that I love bubbles probably as much as babies and toddlers. I love watching the tiny babies focus on the bubbles swirling above their heads. I never tire of toddlers trying to catch and blow them and hearing early talkers say the word 'ubble, ubble' as soon as they see me, still gives me goosebumps. But did you know that I use bubbles not just because I love them but because they are a fanastic early years development tool?