Teaming children’s books with process art projects is my superpower.

I am a practising Primary teacher and a mum helping you to get creative with your kids. I also get a real kick from sharing the coolest books around. You can find out more about me by clicking HERE.

Sir Ken Robinson’s words right there are what I am all about.

I am legit passionate about the power of literacy and creativity.
Teaming picture books with creative projects is my jam.

Come join me for some READ + CREATE fun.

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Do you have a little human in your life who loves books and getting creative?  

Wouldn’t it be rad to fit more reading and creating into your busy everyday?

Children are increasingly turning up to primary school with less developed fine motor skills and oral vocabulary (according to the Australian Early Development Census.)
I like to think of my classes as a creative approach to School Readiness.

Run by me- a practising Primary teacher, READ + CREATE classes build competence in these areas in PURPOSEFUL + PLAYFUL and MEANINGFUL + MESSY ways. (Leave the mess behind with me though!)

Spend less time stressing (Mess! No ideas! No time!) and more time connecting with your child at my READ + CREATE classes.

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The Best Picture Books of 2020

Well 2020 has been a YEAR, hasn't it? In other news though, there have been so many amazing picture books published this year. Silver lining? Imma gonna take it. Here are the best picture books of 2020, as enjoyed by the young and old at my place. Clicking on the blue...

Easy and Simple Creative Projects for Kids

Looking for some low-mess and simple creative projects for kids to set up at home? I got you! I've been hanging out in Casey's Little Play Club, chatting all things creativity and kids. I've gathered together some easy ideas that are quick and simple to set up....

Oh Creative Lady: Meet Kirli Saunders

Bindi by Kirli Saunders is a junior fiction novel written in verse. Written "for those who plant trees", it uses both Gundungurra and English to explore a young girl's relationship with her friends, family, Country, Culture and creativity. The story is set against the...

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