Win an Eggnogg Colour-in Tablecloth – Secret Garden

If you are a regular reader of the blog, you might have seen my article before Christmas featuring the eggnog Christmas colour-in tablecloth. If you have children and you’ve never tried a colour-in tablecloth, I’m telling you that you NEED one of these in your life. We’ve had a few over the years and they are so good. These are ideal for Christmas, Easter or birthdays and perfect to enjoy during this period of lockdown. This is a project, where the whole family can work together to create a master piece day-by-day.

If a tablecloth doesn’t grab you, don’t worry because eggnog have tons of other colour-in bits and bobs like pillowcases, backpacks, pencil cases etc, all of which can be a great activity for children on their own, or children and adults to do together.

We’ve been trying out the Eggnogg Colour-in Giant Poster/Tablecloth – Dinosaurs RRP £10. This is packed full of amazing dinosaurs, all labelled with their scientific name, so it’s a total dinosaur education as well. We love this as we have a budding palaeontologist in our family.

This makes a great break from home-schooling and also a nice focus at dinner time. These really are so engaging and it’s really interesting that each time you look at the posters you see totally different things.

There are tons of different themes on the eggnog website to choose from, depending on your child’s interests.


If there is something you like the look of please visit the website and enter the discount code – 2021OFF so you can get 10% off all products at the checkout.

Competition time

Now the exciting bit and something perfect for this period of lockdown. We’ve got the Secret Garden Colour-in Tablecloth for one lucky Mummy Fever reader to win! All you have to do is enter the easy widget below.

Discover a secret garden full of animals and birds and plants and country houses. This poster / tablecloth draws you in to a magical world, full of strange and amazing things to colour in. 

Bigger (1270mm x 950mm) than most ‘giant’ colouring-in posters on the market. Folds into a small (250mm x 150mm), lightweight and beautifully presented carton that’s easy to carry or pop in the post – the perfect present!

Suitable for coloured pencils, crayons, pastels, chalks, paints and felt tips.

*WIN* A Giant Colour-In Secret Garden Poster Tablecloth


  • Giveaway will run until February 18th 2021.
  • There is one prize to be won.
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
  • This giveaway is open to UK entries only.
  • Entrants must be age 18 or over.
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  • Winner’s details will be passed to Mummy Fever, who are responsible for sending out the prize.
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  • The winner will be chosen at random from valid entries after the closing date.
  • The winner will be informed via email.
  • Failure to respond within two days may result in a new winner being drawn.
  • Once drawn, the winner’s name may be displayed on this blog post.
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  1. I am homeschooling 3 children all at different levels. Keeping to a routine is a must with breaks we try academic in the mornings and creative life skill activities in the afternoon as well as getting out in the fresh air

  2. Go easy on yourself and get practical with your kids – baking, gardening, meal planning, diy, setting the table, playing games etc all have some educational value!

  3. My daughter, who is single, has formed a bubble with another single mother whose daughter is in the same class as my granddaughter. They alternate teaching both girls so the other mum gets a day off. My daughter says that having 2 kids doing identical lessons is easier than when she taught my granddaughter alone last year.

  4. Have a routine but don’t stress if things don’t go to plan just take your time and if you or your kids need 5 minutes then take it.

  5. I find letting my son choose what order he does his work in himself helps with getting it all done.

  6. Try to stick to a routine with regular breaks. Try to make it fun. I use to show teach fractions with an apple cutting it up to show how fractions work

  7. My tip would be not to put pressure on yourself and the children. It is such unusual times so giving them plenty of breaks gives you time to get some time to breathe.

  8. dont stress it – take the time to work on something your child struggles with and something your child enjoys – you may not cover the whole curriculum that way but at least your child will achieve something and still retain their love for learning

  9. Dont be afraid to go off at a tangent and fact find together. the most important thing you can give your children is an interest in learning and a thirst for knowledge.

  10. Getting everything done early works in my household. My daughter is better in the mornings. I have a 13 year old boy and obviously that doesn’t work for him but for younger children I find mornings better.

  11. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself…you are not a teacher! just so what you can! small achievable tasks!

  12. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself, you aren’t a teacher and you aren’t expected to suddenly turn in to one

    Do what you can, if you try your best then nobody can ask any more from you

  13. The thing is to do what you can. No one is perfect and if things get hard stop for a while, go for a walk together and try again.

  14. Try and stick to a routine, like mornings for the `harder` subjects then lunch. Later the things they like to do, then clear away and its free time.

  15. Do what you can and don’t get too stressed out about it all, children are learning all the time just being with you and chatting!

  16. I think I need some tips myself ;D We make sure we have plenty of outdoors time and not being too strict but also not too relaxed 🙂

  17. For small children try and alternate between numeracy and literature each day so that there isn’t an overload of information in one day.

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