Lollipops Childminding Codsall

Lollipops Childminding Codsall


I’ve just displayed our little lollipops paper plate lanterns 💖 They are shining brightly ✨🕯✨
Lollipops Childminding Perton Joanne Smith
Our little lollipops at Lollipops Childminding Perton 🍭 have been busy this week creating their amazing plate lanterns for Joanne Smith
Are you ok for water, chick?

Lollipops 🍭 are Jo and Doll, a family team of passionate educators

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The Curiosity Approach 13/07/2023

The Curiosity Approach

“Stop squeezing the paint”
“ that’s enough now!”

Do some of the children in your setting just love squeezing the paint, watching it as it oozes onto the paper or table?

Perhaps they have no interest (at all) in painting or using the paint they’ve just apparently ‘wasted?’

Have you ever caught yourself saying the above words & dictating how the paint ‘should’ be used ?

Isn’t it OUR own ‘expectation’ how the paint should be used ?
How much is enough ?
How much is acceptable ?

Directing them AWAY from their idea and stating
“Let’s paint a picture instead”

Isn’t it time we paused before uttering all the sentences that stilt stop and stifle curiosity ?

Ever stopped to wait watch and wonder instead ?

To WATCH what the child is actually doing? To be present and take time to notice ?

( DON’T for heavens sake, interrupt and ask them “ ahh that looks good what you doing ? “ ) pause, notice, watch in awe and fascination.

Let’s also mindfully consider

That a child who is squeezing the living day light out of the paint bottle is actually processing thoughts, investigating and making discoveries!

They have an URGE to squeeze that bottle and watch as the paint
Squirts, splutters, drips, oozes, dribble out.

THEY are internally testing ideas, processing thinking and being that little scientist !

What if I squeeze a little ?
What if squeeze a lot ?
What if I pump it ?
What happens if I hold it higher, lower?

Have you EVER taken the time to watch their explorations and discoveries ?

To see the curious child who is investigating and learning?

OR do you stop them in their tracks?

“That’s enough paint now”

Ever considered that this experience is the child’s favourite way of learning?

Let’s consider are they the very same child who also is
🔹constantly playing with the taps in the bathroom ?
🔹They love to throw things & enjoy seeing them drop and fall ?
🔹Maybe this is the child who is constantly knocking a brick tower down
🔹Or loves running at speed ?
🔹 Perhaps they love to throw balls or hit the ground with a stick ?

Is this them ?

Then let’s consider and recognise that this child has most likely an URGE, a schematic learning style.
A ‘Trajectory schema’

They love momentum and movement, to see how things fall, land, to watch as they move!

Schematic learning styles or schemas are Repeated patterns of behaviours that allow him or her to learn!

To test and figure things out.

He /she is hypothesising, exploring, discovering and making sense of the world around them.

Reframe thinking this isn’t to annoy us or misbehave!
This is neuroscience, child development and it’s important to understand.

‘Learning’ isn’t in the nicely painted picture or end result!

Learning happens when children are free to enjoy the PROCESS! It’s in the DOING.

To PLAY !!!!

The children here, are developing valuable fine motors skills.
Imagine how much effort goes into squeezing that bottle (watch next time )

Let’s also remember that some children are sensory seekers and some may struggle processing sensory experiences.
They are over or under responsive to sensory input ?

EVERY child learns differently !

What every child needs is adults who recognises and understands the magical moments.


To recognise how much joy, happiness and learning is happening at these times of exploration, chaos and mess !

So next time you catch yourself about to say “ that’s enough paint / glue now”

Reframe, rethink and consider what amazing things ( learning ) would happen if you allowed a child to be a pilot in their own play !

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Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 07/07/2023

🍭Our week at Lollipops 🍭

A great week we have had at Lollipops. We followed the children’s interest in the story ‘Dear Zoo’ and created resources to enhance their imagination of the book using recycled cardboard boxes. The Children enjoyed selecting the correct animal and box, recreating the story using an on old box where they wrote to the zoo themselves and enjoyed the flaps in the book!
We also learnt the makaton signs for the animals in the story!
We’ve visited our local childminding group where we developed our fine motor skills using the threading. We explored the pegs and discovered areas we can clip them on to! We’ve developed our counting skills with the stones and represented the number on our new chalkboard.
The children have also enjoyed using the recycled spray bottles to make ‘potions’, water the plants and create ‘lunch’.

📚🎨👭👬 👶🏼 ✍🏻 💦 🪣 🎨🪵 🧵 🛝


We wrote to the zoo to send us a pet…



A very happy 3rd birthday to our little princess the beautiful, funny and kind E ❤️ JoJo, Dolley and all your little Lollipop friends wish you the most magical day celebrating sweetie ❤️


Here’s a sneak peak at our ‘invitation to play’ this upcoming week…
We have observed the children’s interest in this particular book and created some resources to enhance this.
Who can guess the story?

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 30/06/2023

🍭Our week at Lollipops 🍭

Another super week here at Lollipops! We’ve visited our local park and our fortnightly childminder group. We’ve used the paint to paint our tricycles and made them clean again using cloths and water. We became doctors and used recycled spray bottles to clean the wounds 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️. We explored with the paints and observed that mixing different colours produces a different colour. We have looked after our plants by watering them and looked through some of our favourite books.

📚🎨👭👬 👶🏼 ✍🏻 💦 🪣 🎨🪵 🫧 👒 🛝

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Alfresco sleeping ! Knowing your WHY?

As humans, we spend about one-third of our lives sleeping. Sleep is essential for our physical and mental well-being, and it plays a vital role in maintaining good health.

While most of us are accustomed to sleeping indoors, there is growing evidence that sleeping outdoors can provide numerous benefits, particularly for young children.

One of the most significant benefits of sleeping outdoors is exposure to natural light.

Natural light is essential for regulating our body's internal clock, known as the circadian rhythm. Exposure to natural light helps to regulate our sleep-wake cycle, which can improve the quality of our sleep.

Research has shown that individuals who are exposed to natural light sleep longer and more deeply than those who are not.

Young children who nap outdoors are more likely to be exposed to natural light, which can help to regulate their sleep patterns and improve their overall sleep quality.

Another benefit of sleeping outdoors is exposure to fresh air.

Fresh air can help to improve the quality of our sleep by reducing the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air we breathe.

Research has shown that high levels of carbon dioxide can disrupt our sleep and lead to feelings of fatigue and drowsiness during the day. Sleeping outdoors can also help to reduce exposure to indoor pollutants, such as dust and mold, which can negatively impact the quality of our sleep.

Let’s consider how much time children spend indoors ? If you have ever slept outside, you’ll recognise and remember how incredible it is to fall asleep surrounded by birds chirping, the gentle breeze on your skin and the wondrous connection to nature.

Sleeping outdoors can also provide numerous health benefits.

Research has shown that exposure to natural light and fresh air can improve our immune system function and reduce the risk of certain health conditions, such as obesity and type 2 diabetes. Young children who nap outdoors are more likely to be physically active, which can help to promote healthy growth and development.

Additionally, exposure to natural light can help to reduce the risk of vitamin D deficiency, which is essential for healthy bone growth.

Let’s face it sleeping outdoors is not a new phenomenon. Historically, people have slept outdoors for various reasons, such as during long journeys, camping trips, or simply to escape the heat in hot climates.

In many cultures, sleeping outdoors was a common practice, particularly in warmer months. Ancient Greeks and Romans, for example, believed that sleeping outdoors was beneficial for health and well-being.

However, with the advent of modern technology and urbanisation, the practice of sleeping outdoors has declined in modern culture.

Many people live in cities, where outdoor spaces are limited, and air pollution and noise levels can make it difficult to sleep outside.

Additionally, modern homes are equipped with heating and / or cooling systems, making it more comfortable to sleep indoors. As a result, many people have become disconnected from nature, and the benefits of sleeping outdoors are often overlooked. 😓

In recent years, however, there has been a growing interest in the benefits of sleeping outdoors, particularly for children. At The Curiosity Approach we are huge advocates of alfresco sleeping and find children have much better naps outside in the fresh air.

To conclude -
Here are some references and statistics to help support you ( if you’re considering WHY you need to get children sleeping outdoors )

Here’s some links and the benefits of sleeping outdoors are :

1. Exposure to natural light:
According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, people who are exposed to natural light during the day sleep longer and have better sleep quality than those who are not. (

2. Exposure to fresh air:
Research has shown that indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air, which can negatively impact the quality of our sleep. (

3. Health benefits:
According to a study published in the Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science, exposure to nature can improve immune system function and reduce the risk of certain health conditions, such as obesity and type 2 diabetes. (

4. Outdoor napping for children:
A study conducted by the University of Colorado found that preschoolers who napped outdoors had significantly longer sleep duration and better sleep quality than those who napped indoors. (

Whose on the bus? 🙏🏼

Image below belongs to Green Space- a post we put up previously

As with all new practice - it’s important to carry out benefit v risk assessment, give mindful consideration to positioning, safe sleep policies, UVA levels and if using sun shades do they protect from UVA rays etc. Considerations are not exhaustive and you must assess based on your OWN provision.

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Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 23/06/2023

🍭Our week at Lollipops 🍭 We’ve had so much fun ❤️

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A very happy 3rd birthday to our sassy princess ‘F’, JoJo, Dolley and all your little Lollipops friends wish you the most amazing time in your favourite place


A very happy 3rd birthday to our handsome cheeky little chappie ‘F’.
JoJo, Dolley and all your little Lollipops friends wish you the best birthday ever.
Lots of love 🥳🎂🎁🎉

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 16/06/2023

🍭Our week at Lollipops 🍭

This week we have spent lots of time in the sunshine and water 💧☀️
We’ve experimented with guttering, ice cubes, water beads and various recycled tubes and pipettes.
We visited one of our local parks and had a picnic in the sunshine 🌞
The children created their own ‘campfire’ using driftwood.

📚🎨👭👬 👶🏼 ✍🏻 💦 🪣 🎨🪵 🫧 👒 🛝

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 09/06/2023

🍭Our week at Lollipops 🍭

This week we have spent lots of time in the sunshine.☀️ We have experimented the different ways we can use water including making marks on the path with our hands and feet. We’ve spent time in the swimming pool, made car ramps using planks of wood and recycled tyres. We have also visited our local playgroup. We have celebrated our big Lollipop JoJo’s birthday where we sang Happy Birthday using makaton!
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🎉🎂💝 A big happy birthday to our big Lollipop ‘JoJo’. 🎉🎂💝

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 26/05/2023

🍭A busy, fun-filled week at Lollipops 🍭

This week we have read ‘The colour monster’ and discussed the different emotions we can feel! We created our own face using various loose items and explained how we are feeling. We have used recycled guttering as a water slide and watched how the water changes speed the more water you pour down. This expanded our vocabulary and learnt new words. We had a walk to our local woods where we had a little dip in the stream (it was very cold). We enjoyed spotting the air transport in the sky and hearing and seeing the birds in the garden.
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Dolley and JoJo have had a busy few hours learning/refreshing Makaton. 😀

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 19/05/2023

🍭 🐝 A fun week at Lollipops 🐝 🍭

This week we celebrated ‘National Bee Week’. We talked about the importance of Bees and how they produce honey. We attended our local childminding group and tried breadsticks with honey 🍯. We’ve created our own bees using recycled tubes and painted rocks to decorate our outdoor area. We are very lucky to get to see the squirrels daily along the fencing and in the trees. We enjoyed spotting them and observing them in their habitat. 🐿️

📚🐝🎨🍯👭👬 👶🏼 ✍🏻 💦 🪣 🎨🪵



Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 16/05/2023

Parents and public we need your help PLEASE 🙏☝️
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As it’s World Bee Day, May 20th, we shall be doing various activities with the children to teach them just how important our beautiful Bee is to our environment. Lots of yellow and black painting, play dough with dandelions, reading books about bees, looking for them but most all planting seeds to encourage the bees to come to our beautiful 💐 and pollinate ❤️🐝

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 11/05/2023

🍭 Our week at Lollipops 🍭

The rain didn’t stop our learning this week! We enjoyed listening to the thunder and spotting the lightening safely indoors, spotted our shadows, read through lots of books and told the story in our own words after, used various loose parts to enhance our imagination and made a ‘castle cake’ using stones whilst developing our fine motor skills to mix our ingredients together 😁 we also had a FaceTime ‘catch up’ with Lolly who’s living life down under! 🇦🇺

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Wow, thunder and lightning, best one we’ve had in ages! Kids loved it ⛈️⚡️⛈️


❤️ this ❤️


No need to purchase humongous hunks of plastic to enable children to play, to be imaginative and creative!

No need to keep pulling the plastic toy dinosaur lands, out of the cupboard, the plastic houses and plastic roadway sets, when we have the resources readily available, enabling sustainability recycling and looking after the planet.

If we as Early years educators get bored putting the same plastic stuff out, week after week, year after year, no wonder the children don’t feel enthused to play with it either.

Why do children flit about the setting and become uninterested and disengaged?

WHY ? Because the plastic toys don’t meet their schematic learning styles. Their urges and the way they play.

All that Plastic, it’s a closed resource. It’s a fixed resources.

Give children the time and space, the open ended resources those intelligent resources that can be moved and transported, stacked & combined. That can be transform into anything they desire.

Give them the freedom and autonomy to PLAY

Allow children to be unhindered by pre determined ideas and closed resources that a designer and company created.
Designed to be played with in a specific way. To look a specific way.

WHO’s imagination is it anyway ?

Give children the opportunity to be excited, absorbed and enthralled.

Give them authentic play opportunities that allow them to become lost and absorbed in a land where the possibilities are endless.

As adults we may not know what to do with these recycled open ended resources, but a child will find a use for them all!

Give them the logs and the cookie slices
The recycled materials
The open ended resources
The natural resources
The bark and the dirt
The water and the sand
The stones and the cones
The plants and the leaves
Boxes and containers.
The great outdoors x

Allow the children to be in charge of their own imagination and what THEIR dinosaur land looks like.
Pilots in their own play ⭐️

Don’t over curate it! Leave room for the child’s imagination

Allow them to Mix it up, mash it up, allow them to PLAY.

Keen to learn more about how you can adopt a new way of working ? How you and your team can become a Curiosity Approach setting ?

Watch the video below to see if it’s something you could do. ⬇️
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Please note we are NOT expecting you to dump thousands of plastic toys in one fell swoop 😰 OMG that’s ridiculous- what we do want you to do is start seeing the potential of loose parts and slowly over the year & longer make change.

Add mix it up combine. The Curiosity Approach® self-reflection toolkit enables Early Childhood settings to reflect on the quality of their provision.

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 05/05/2023

🍭 A super busy week here at Lollipops 🍭

We’ve learnt about the upcoming historical event that’s taking place on the 6th May! 🤴
We’ve engaged with the natural resources, built a carriage for ‘King Charles’, explored painting on a recycled shower curtain, had a picnic in the garden, observed the water changing colour when paint is added and visited our fortnightly play group!
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Love it!!

Early Childhood and Family Service 🥰

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 03/05/2023

Lollipops day in the sun

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 02/05/2023

Our ‘invitation to play’ this week is based on the ‘The Kings Coronation’
👑🤴👸💂🏾‍♂️📖 💎 🐎

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 27/04/2023

Another fun week at Lollipops 🍭

We’ve explored the different resources indoors and outdoors , used loose parts to make marks with paint, observed the wildlife in the garden, used our hearing to identify the air transport, used the wooden spoons to create a story, visited our local park where we developed our gross motor skills and self confidence!

📚🛝 🫧 👭👬 👶🏼 ✍🏻 💦 🪣 🎨 🎩🪹🪵 🚗

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 21/04/2023

After our Easter break, we were back a lollipops for another super learning week 🍭

We’ve spent lots of time outdoors this week! Developing our imagination using spare parts to create a car and developed our gross motor skills on the balance beams! We’ve explored the different resources, observed the worms in the garden, made marks on the path, engaged with loose parts in the mud kitchen and transporting them around the garden! We also visited our fortnightly play group session!

📚🛝 🫧 👭👬 👶🏼 ✍🏻 💦 🪣 🎨 🎩🪹🪵 🚗


A very happy 2nd birthday to our gorgeous little Lollipop K.
JoJo, Dolley and all your little Lollipop friends wish you a very happy birthday, have lots of fun sweetie ♥️
🍭 🎉🥳🎁🎂


Happy 2nd birthday to our beautiful P, JoJo, Dolley and all your little Lollipops friends wish you a very happy birthday Xx🥳🎉🎁🎂

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 30/03/2023

Our week at Lollipops 🍭👬👭

We’ve engaged in lots of imaginative play, used natural resources to mark make, books, observed the wildlife in the garden, saved worms from the path and put them back in the mud and used various loose objects to develop our knowledge on colours.

📚 👭👬 👶🏼 ✍🏻 💦 🌸 💐🦅🪱🎨🎭🪵 💻

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 23/03/2023

Another fantastic week at Lollipops 🍭👬👭.

We have walked to one of our local parks this week observing the environment and identifying lots of crows nests 🪺. We’ve enjoyed lots of water play with loose items including recycled guttering and pots. We used a long plank as a road for the cars as well as a balance beam! Sand play, books, bubbles, imagination play and engaged in fine motor activities!

📚🛝 🫧 👭👬 👶🏼 ✍🏻 💦 🪣 🎨 🎩🪹🪵 🚗

Photos from Lollipops Childminding Codsall's post 16/03/2023

Our week at Lollipops 👩🏼‍🤝‍👩🏽🍭👨🏻‍🤝‍👨🏼

Another super week here at Lollipops 🍭.

We’ve had lot of imaginative play this week! We explored books, spent lots of time in the creation area, exploring our singing voices🎤, dancing to various music genres, used various loose parts to make ‘flowers’ and ‘food’. We’ve also been crafty for our mommies for a special day on Sunday 🌸

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Before and after school places available here at Lollipops from St Nicholas First School, Codsall. For more information please call Jo on 07932 355717


A shout out to everyone who looks beyond the behaviour, you make a difference.😀
Image + quote from Dance with me in the Heart
Image description - a painting of a young child with the words "When we only look at behaviour, we stop seeing the child and only look with an intent to judge whether we need to reward or punish. When we look behind the behaviour, we see that little struggling human, our little human who needs our help with something." Words by Rebecca Eanes, Artist Celeste Keller

The Curiosity Approach 12/03/2023

The Curiosity Approach

❤️ this!
Did you see yesterdays post where I was discussing child creativity? If you didn’t I highly recommend you scroll back and have a little read. ( it’ll put this post into context )see our Face Book page 👍🏼

I explained that children’s drawings are something we shouldn’t attempt to label

“What’s that?” What have you drawn, are those squares?”

Because guaranteed in that very moment we will put children on the spot and theyll have to come up with an idea of what their drawing or paintings are all about!😰

Children sometimes cannot articulate what they’ve drawn, because actually it’s a feeling, an experience that touched their heart and soul!

The drawing is an EXPRESSION without words ♥️

As I explained yesterday my 4 year old granddaughter has been drawing tonnes of these symbols on mountains of stick it notes, but what do they represent?

What are they ?

I could of easily assumed she’d been drawing squares and if you thought the same we’d both be wrong. Because in fact they are ……..


Why pillows ? Well …

Because one Sunday morning she discovered a tiny hole in the corner of a pillow on my bed and spent over an hour delicately pulling them out and filling up a cup and bowl! ( great loose part 😂)

This experience was something that she wanted to EXPRESS and to draw.
To draw what she’d experienced, felt and gained ♥️

It probably doesn’t make sense to us? That’s OK it’s not our art work! It’s HERs to enjoy and own.

As adults we have our own way of thinking and we struggle to see through they eye of the child. We want to label and rationalise things. To make sense of it all!

“Through education comes understanding. Through understanding comes true appreciation. All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”
Pablo Picasso

Let’s stop trying to control children’s creativity, to refrain from asking “What is it or what have you drawn?”

Let’s release our control over what children make or create. Just because it doesn’t look like anything we can decipher doesn’t mean it’s not a wonderful piece of art! Or that it’s a truly beautiful interpretation of their thoughts, heart and mind 🥰

Are you a setting that makes cards for Mother’s Day or Easter ? Stuck doing handprint or foot print cards that are transformed into cute characters? It’s OK
If a child’s creation or card isn’t immaculate, pristine and easy to recognise- it doesn’t mean it’s any less valuable or beautiful

Let’s ponder and reflect ( with much respect)

Whose creativity is it anyway?
Whose card is it ?
It’s not ours to make, create or to GIVE.

Let the child create from their HEART, from their minds eye
something that’s important to THEM ( instead of something they’ve been told to make and create )
Remember it’s NOT OUR card to give ♥️

Want to hear the 3rd part of this story? Tomorrow I’ll share how Teddy put me in my place over her stickit note pictures 🫣

This post gives huge reference to the work of Pennie Brownlee and her book Magic places

Hope you’ll check back in and read tomorrows update
Thanks for reading
Stephanie ( AKA Grandma )

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Marnel Drive
Wolverhampton, WV37JQ

Just Little Ones is a Ofsted registered childminder service based in Merry Hill Wolverhampton. We cu

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Ettingshall Park

I am a qualified and registered childminder offering care in my home and wrap around for Hill Avenue.