Welcome to My Mummy Teacher!
Research shows that 90% of the brain is developed by a child’s 5th birthday which means the first few years of life are vital for optimal brain growth and development.
As an educator and mum, I understand how important new experiences are in brain development as it builds pathways in your child’s brain which help them develop vital skills. I also understand how busy and hectic life can be as a parent, carer or educator. It’s not easy juggling young children and day to day life. That’s where I like to help!
My Mummy Teacher is here to provide you with simple, fun ideas underpinned by the EYFS framework & National Curriculum to support your child’s learning and development from birth – 7 years old.
Find My Mummy Teacher on social media where I post daily inspiration for play and learning both at home and in your childcare or school setting. I am an advocate for active, play based and sensory learning and passionately share with you ways to entertain whilst educating your child.
Check out my blog posts for further information, support and ideas. There’s lots to browse to learn more about child development or simply get some top tips for engaging little ones. You are what makes My Mummy Teacher a community and your comments, questions and thoughts drive my content. I love to hear from you and see your photos of you and your little ones using inspiration from My Mummy Teacher. Tag @mymummyteacher to share your pictures!
My Mummy Teacher is founded and run by Ruth an Educational Consultant (MEd, BEd, QTS) based in the West Midlands. She is also a mummy to a baby boy and combines her passion, background and knowledge for education with her love and first hand experiences of being a mummy to provide inspiration and ideas to support you and your little ones.
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"Tell me and I will forget, teach me and I will remember, involve me and I will learn." - Benjamin Franklin.