We all love picture books. It’s how we all got started into the bookish world. Now if you are an art lover also you really are in for a treat with these stunning books from Tate Publishing. I’m pretty sure many of you have heard of the Tate art galleries. I’m lucky to live close by to the Tate down in St Ives.
Before we get onto the books I want to share with you a little about Tate. I don’t know about you but I love to read background stories and extra info. I do have an appreciation for art and when the girls get older I will be sharing this with them.
- Tate is a family of four galleries and is home to the national collection of British art from 1500 to the present day and international modern and contemporary art, which includes nearly 70,000 artworks.
- The four galleries are: Tate St Ives – exhibits work by modern British artists with links to the St Ives area. Tate Modern, London – exhibits international modern and contemporary art. Tate Britain, London – the home of British art from 1500 to the present day. Tate Liverpool – British and international modern and contemporary art.
- Tate Enterprises is a commercial subsidiary of Tate and includes publishing, retail and catering amongst its core activities. All profits made are returned to support Tate’s work and collection.
- Tate Publishing shares Tate’s mission to promote public knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of British, modern and contemporary art to everyone.
Arguably the most essential feature of a kitchen’s appearance and functionality is the countertops. Whether remodelling the space or looking to upgrade the existing one, nothing says more about the quality of the kitchen than the type of material used for the countertop. While some of us may remember the unsightly laminate and formica countertops of the 1960’s and 70’s, today there is a wide range of high-end options available that are exquisite and robust.
The most exciting materials being used today for countertop design are those made of stone. While stone is not the only material out there that is high-quality, it is generally thought to be the most beautiful and durable. Natural stone countertops deliver the wow factor that is sure to impress both family and friends.
Below we will examine some of the different natural stone countertop options that are perfect for installation.
This question is probably the biggest and most debated in the world. Yet it is an important one, as the way we choose to teach our children can influence the way they develop – both emotionally and academically.
That is why, if you are genuinely interested in pursuing a career within the educational sector, it is essential that you know all the facts.
Yes, it is important to have the right qualifications – and thanks to online providers such as Association of Learning attaining training in Early Years Education has never been easier – however, in order to be the best teacher you can be, you need to know more than the UK’s approach to teaching. You also need to be able to think outside the box and consider the techniques used elsewhere.
Do that and you can give your career a real and competitive edge.
How do different teaching styles compare to the UK?
Whilst, the UK possibly has the most rigid, competitive and targeted orientated approach out of anyone, this has not made us top of the league.
I know there are a lot of us stationery lovers out there, so this Christmas gift guide is for you. For as long as I can remember I’ve loved all stationery. I have vast pots of every pen you can think of from a lot of places around the world. Including a pen from Utah that’s shaped like the US State. Big thanks to my sister for that one! I hope you will enjoy this stationery lovers Christmas gift guide. It’s perfect for ideas or even a treat for yourself. Now go on delve in and see what I have to show you!
Growing your own vegetables is not only cheaper, it’s a great hobby that gets you in the fresh air, and healthy for the whole family. But at this time of year it’s tricky to know what to plant and grow or even if you can vegetables. So for today’s post on top tips I’m sharing with you what to grow in Winter vegetable garden.
Last year we moved to a house with a great garden with lots of potential. Then I got pregnant within a few weeks and had horrendous morning sickness. Combined with looking after a 1-year-old and working full-time, time was limited. So the garden was put on the back burner until earlier this year.
After recovering from my c-section I got out and planted my fruit bushes. Blueberries, red gooseberry, yellow raspberries, blackberry and a cherry tree. But I still didn’t get around to planting any vegetables, oh the life of a busy mum of two!
Last year I was lucky enough to have the chance to read Christmas at Woolworths by Elaine Everest. Now I’m back having read her latest book – A Gift From Woolworths. Like it’s predecessor, A Gift From Woolworths is one of those festive curl up on the sofa with a hot chocolate reads. Before I share my review, here is a little about this wonderful book.