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Why do kids find it hard to concentrate?
Why it’s difficult to get a toddler to concentrate read more...
An interview with the CEO of Little Kickers!
Here is a great interview with our CEO Christine Stanschus! read more...
LK Northampton fundraising event for Jago Worrall Foundation!
Little Kickers Northampton Daventry & Rugby held a Football Fun event read more...
Spotlight: An Interview With Jacqui Oatley
Match Of The Day's first female commentator and the anchor at this year's World Cup in Canada, Jaqui Oatley, took some time out of her busy schedule to talk to us. Jacqui talk's about the impact the World Cup has had on the women's game and draws on her own experiences growing up. A fabulous insight...
Recipes For Success
Robert Prendergast, Head Chef for the England's Womens team during their World Cup campaign in Canada, has cooked up a recipe for you to create with your children. He's even managed to hide some vegetables in this delicious menu. Food fit for a #Lioness
Christmas Day: Tips for after 3pm!
Imagine if you will, it's 3 o'clock on the 25th, I think it's safe to say we all experience a relatively similar day? 23 tea-spoons in the sink with glances suspiciously towards the dog as to where the one remaining one is. Well, allow us to spice up your festive day with some fun games that will cure the bore should it ever arise!
Terrorism: Explaining The Seemingly Unexplainable
Parents are facing difficult questions from children old and young about the terrorist attacks in Paris and elsewhere around the world. There is a constant temptation to shield our children from bad news. But sometimes, and in particular with acts of terrorism, bad news is unavoidable - Christine Stanschus, CEO of Little Kickers, has collated some advice, information and tips on how best to explain the subject...
Santa: Keep The Magic Alive
Keep the magic of Santa alive and well in your household by using these fun and creative ideas.
Are England evolving? We think so. A new crop of emerging players are setting a new standard...
I am a two year old
What am I really capable of?
Get your #GameFace photo ready!
The FA Cup
Ahh, the FA Cup is back!!
When I grow up
Daniel explains his experiences of Football growing up and how he found confidence!
Mind The (generation) Gap
Day 2 of the #YourTurnChallenge
Daniel discusses his first experience of a generation gap where he was no longer the youngest in the chain!
Join Daniel Brownlie as he takes on the #YourTurnChallenge. A blog a day for 7 days. OK, it's not quite climbing mount everest, but who knows where it'll end up!
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An Interview with Karen Carney
We had the pleasure of speaking to the wonderfully talented, Chelsea winger & England international, Karen Carney. Karen kindly provided us with lots of insights into her world, including the best piece of advice she was ever given and a message for all our Little Kickers read more...
Kids say the funniest things...
Toddlers' have an innate love of learning and their in-built curiosity about the world certainly gets them chatting. From asking how things work to where they come from and everything in between, toddlers are talkers, all right. Since little ones live in the moment, they'll say whatever's on their minds whenever - and wherever - they think of it. And that can result in some embarrassing situations that (in time) are pretty funny read more...
10 signs you're the parent of a toddler
Dizzily thrilled if you get a post-7am lie-in? Realised mid story that your actually retelling an episode of Iggle Piggle!? If any of the above seem wearily familiar to you, then you must be a parent of a toddler!
How many of these sound familiar to you!? read more...
It's all part of the service, team! We're here to make your life that little bit easier and slightly more fun! Some of these ideas may not apply to you, but on the off chance they do come in useful, remember where you found out! read more...
Having asked my 11 year old daughter why she thinks she and her brother squabble – “I find him annoying and he’s jealous of me” – I thought it might be interesting to do a bit more research into the subject, why siblings argue and ways in which experts feel it ought to be dealt with – is there a more scientific method than just confiscating pocket money and sending kids to their rooms?! read more...
The Internet is awash with viral videos of the rich and famous dousing themselves with buckets of ice cold water to raise money for charity, but why are they doing it? What’s the motive behind the movement? read more...
Method in our madness
There is always a method to our madness. We create games that hold creative and imaginative elements in abundance. That being said, they will always have a focus, whether that is a particular football skill or social skill will depend on the game. We understand the skills can be difficult to spot as we hide them well. So, step into our world... read more...
Learning with Lenny
Lenny has created a cool game to help him with his shooting! Challenge someone in your family and see who will win our target practice game! read more...
Frozen Banana Pops
With the autumnal months fast approaching we spoke to head chef Bryan Haramoto to create us a fun tasting treat for kids in the remaining days of our great British Summer! read more...