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The playHOORAY! Handbook: 100 Fun Activities for Busy Parents and Little Kids Who Want to Play

Claire Russell

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A lifesaver for busy parents, 100 ideas for activities, crafts & games for children from Early Years specialist and playHOORAY! founder Claire Russell

'My go-to for fun ideas and activities with Marley and Indie. I'd be lost without it.' JOE WICKS

Mum-of-two and founder of the playHOORAY community Claire Russell has helped thousands of families during lockdown discover the joy of play. Her first book The playHOORAY! Handbook is a lifesaver for busy parents juggling work and childcare looking for fun ideas for activities, crafts & games to entertain little kids.

With 100 activities using items from around the house, you'll find everything you need to entertain babies, toddlers and younger school-age children. From 1 play, sibling play to no-guilt screentime, this is the perfect book for all the family. And best of all, you'll be learning valuable skills whilst having fun!

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Claire Russell

Claire Russell is the founder of playHOORAY! She lives in Nottingham with her energetic husband Ben, vehicle-loving, five-year-old son Mason and an extremely handsome flat-coated retriever Archie.

Claire launched playHOORAY! in 2015 after having her baby and finding the days at home lovely but long. As an Early Years Specialist, Claire had her knowledge of play and child development to fill her days and decided she wanted to help other parents and carers in the same situation. Not only does Claire like to share simple activity ideas but also educate and empower parents too. playHOORAY! has grown to become an online community of over 100,000 parents, carers and educators of babies and young children with play at the heart of it!

Find Claire and the playHOORAY! community on Instagram and Facebook @play.hooray for daily inspiration and L!VE play demonstrations from Claire's kitchen where viewing with a cup of tea is compulsory!

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