Kid’s T-shirts produce a wide range of T-shirts for both kids and adults with unique logos, in a multitude of designs. The images are fun and allow kids to be imaginative whilst wearing them with numerous themes available such as sports, Mother’s Day, Halloween, animals, space etc.
We have previously reviewed some of their costume T-shirts which my children loved and had lots of wear out of.
With World Book Day looming on 5th March 2015, Kid’s T-shirts have come up with a range of appropriately themed T-shirts which your child can wear either on their own as a simple outfit, or can be used as basis of an outfit to which you can accessorise with other items.
With T-shirts such as a wizard’s apprentice, space trooper, candy worker, knight, pirate, chef, cat in the hat etc, there is sure to be one to suit everyone. What a simple way to create a costume. Why not check out Kids T-shirts today?
We received a couple of kids t-shirts in return for this post although all words and opinions are my own.
World Book Day is an opportunity for us all to get inspired to read and pick up a book.
World Book Day was designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and is marked in over 100 countries around the globe.
The idea is for publishers and bookshops to promote books and reading to everyone in the hope that we get pleasure and enjoyment out of reading. In the UK World Book Day is keen for children to be encouraged to read and it’s promoted across schools where children are issued with a voucher for a free book or money off a higher value book.
Miss M’s school is no exception and today are celebrating with a Pirate themed day at school. All the days activities are centred around pirates, all the children seem so excited. Miss M was dressed before I got out of bed this morning (unheard of!), as she couldn’t wait to get her pirate costume on ready.
At school they will be singing lots of pirate songs as well as reading pirate themed books. I think it’s great to make a topic fun that children enjoy and encourage them to read at the same time.
As important as it is for children to read books, I think it’s a great way for adults to relax too. There’s nothing better than having a good book to read and enjoy. I used to be an avid reader but since having children I struggle with time. I do like to take a book on holiday though and can usually manage a chapter or two while the children play.
Thomas cook have come up with a clever new app to help you pick a book to take with you on holiday. Just enter your holiday destination and favourite book genre and it will suggest the perfect book to read while you are away. It even includes books for children and teenagers so a great way for everyone to find book inspiration before a holiday.
When Miss M came home from school a few weeks ago with a letter about dressing up for World Book Day, I suggested she just wear her princess dress. But Miss M didn’t want to, so we sat down at her bookshelf looking for a suitable character from one of her books (and one that I felt didn’t require too much effort to put together!!).
After several suggestions, we came across Miss M’s Fifi and the Flowertots book, and looking at the picture of Fifi I thought actually this is kind of simple – a pair of wellies, pink T-shirt, denim shorts and just need to make a headband. So decision made, we set to work – a cereal box for the headress and some rolls of crepe paper to decorate. Miss M loved the cutting and glueing – one of her favourite hobbies!! I cut a template for the flower shape which she drew around. We used these to stick over the Minnie Mouse on her wellies and on the sides of the watering can. And not forgetting a wooden spoon in her pocket just like Fifi always has.
I thought she looked great and she was really excited on her way to school. I was quite pleased when we got there that she hadn’t just worn her princess dress as it seemed that was the choice for most of the girls in her class. And how thrilled was I when I picked her up at the end of the day to find out she had come 2nd for best dressed costume across the Early Years Unit at her school. Well done Miss M!!