About Me

Hi there! I’m Val. I’m a primary school teacher by trade but for now I am mum to three gorgeous little yibba yabbas.  I am not particularly good at anything, my house is a chaotic mess, I am always tired, I eat too much chocolate, I’m a dreamer and a procrastinator.

I have created this space to share some of the fun things I do with my kids, the crafts we make and tips for making craft fun for you at home or in your classroom. I love books for children- I have too many books!(I tell myself they are a great investment!)  I love to share great reads and activities for after reading. I also love to cook, but I am no chef! I will share with you some easy recipes, fun foods for kids and some grown up treats too…..all with pantry friendly ingredients!

Grab a cuppa…or a wine…and please join me as I yibba yabba about my life with kids, the fun times and everything else in between!

2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Amanda

    Hi Val! I have just found your blog and its like finding me – but with ICT skills! I too am a primary school teacher, currently on maternity leave after just having our fourth bub. Good on you for starting a blog and I look forward to following it…if I can find it again…. 🙂

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    1. yibbayabba Post author

      Hello Amanda! I am so glad you found my blog! You can follow me by pressing a “follow me” button somewhere on this page! (No Tech skills here!) Enjoy your maternity leave, am sure you will be a busy, but content mummy with four kids! Looking forward to having a yibba Yabba with you! Stop by anytime, here or on my Facebook page and say hello! Val

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