Diana Foster

Diana Foster

Diana is always questioning the way she parents her seven year old son. Like all parents she often wonders if she's doing it right! A self-confessed social media addict, she shares her online experiences and offline adventures with SparkHub, while exploring new ways to keep her little man happy, healthy and entertained.

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Ep 020 – Talking creativity with KANO

We catch up with Oliver Beach at KANO to talk about how this innovative company is making a difference with its creative computing solutions. "Our focus is to make sure kids are creating and not...

3 fun things to make for Valentine’s

  Love is in the air! What is more beautiful that receiving a homemade gift or card? And at this time of the year, as we celebrate St Valentine’s Day on February 14th, it is...

How do I help my child enjoy chemistry?

Thanks to our friends at Curious Minds for this great piece on how to help your child enjoy chemistry: by Ross Pearce Chemistry is a great subject because it can be taught in a stimulating and exciting...
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Hot Ice Experiment using Sodium Acetate

Have you ever wondered how reusable hand-warmers work? Wonder no more, as Poppy is here to explain the science behind the heat, with her Hot Ice Experiment using Sodium Acetate - that's basically baking soda and vinegar! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqOPaO70S8A&list=TLGGqSBgTxTWr7sxNjAxMjAxNw     To...

Kids don’t learn from people they don’t like

DAILY INSPIRATION: Rita Pierson was a powerful inspiration to many students and teachers around the world, not just those she taught daily in class.  Rita was a teacher for over 40 years but a teacher like no other; to...

OPINION: Is AI the future of education?

Surely not. That was my first impression, until recently. I mean, think about it for a while. I know computers are taking over jobs, cars are driving themselves, Siri and her friends are being...

4 Creative Ways to say Thank You!

Thank You are two of the early words we teach our children (after mama of course!). They are two very simple yet powerful words, which we don’t use enough.  At this time of the year, we are...

5 things to cook with the kids this Christmas!

Since it's the season for eating much more than at any other time of the year, we thought you might like some recipe ideas to share with your kid’s in the kitchen. The kitchen is...

Good Question: Why do Finnish pupils succeed with less homework?

Why do Finnish pupils succeed with less homework? The BBC's Education correspondent, Sean Coughlan has written an interesting piece about the education system in Finland and how it is so different to anywhere else, and is so successful. It's...
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3 fun things to make for Valentine’s

  Love is in the air! What is more beautiful that receiving a homemade gift or card? And at this time of the year, as...

How do I help my child enjoy chemistry?

Thanks to our friends at Curious Minds for this great piece on how to help your child enjoy chemistry: by Ross Pearce Chemistry is a great subject...
video

Hot Ice Experiment using Sodium Acetate

Have you ever wondered how reusable hand-warmers work? Wonder no more, as Poppy is here to explain the science behind the heat, with her Hot Ice...

Kids don’t learn from people they don’t like

DAILY INSPIRATION: Rita Pierson was a powerful inspiration to many students and teachers around the world, not just those she taught daily in class.  Rita was a teacher for...
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Cerys- You are very welcome. RainyDayMum is a brilliant site and we are very happy to include you in SparkHub. Feel free to send over ideas too and we can create something together! Always happy to support you and share your activities.
Hi - Thanks so much for getting in touch and for pointing this out. Can you please be more specific. I have had a look but I can not see what you mean. Is it at the very end of the video, when YouTube suggests other videos? Or is it in the article video, if so at what point? Thanks so much. Diana

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