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Thumbsies

Thumbsies
Help your child stop sucking their thumb with this fun and comfortable thumb guard.
It is really difficult for a child to stop thumb sucking. The Thumbsie® thumb guard acts as a physical barrier as well as interrupts the process of sucking by acting as a visual reminder that the thumb is about to go in the mouth!
The Thumbsie® is for children who want to stop thumb sucking but need some help at those difficult times.  Suited to children aged 3 - 12 years these children's thumb guards are comfortable to wear and can be worn during the day and night.
Over time they can help a child break the thumb sucking habit, without limiting the child's ability to play or use their hands.
This custom made Thumbsie® thumb guard is worn like a glove over the thumb and secured around the wrist with Velcro.
There are five sizes to choose from and our simple measuring diagram makes it easy to choose the right size. The Velcro around the wrist means they are adjustable and will fit all wrist sizes.
There are lots of different materials to choose from for boys and girls making these thumb guards fun to wear and aiding both parent and child in the fight to stop thumb sucking. 
We love to reward success so we offer children a free personalised success certificate, once they have stopped their thumb sucking habit. 
Wow! What can I say apart from a massive thank you Thumbsie. My daughter is 7 and was a serial thumb sucker. I had tried everything to deter her from sucking her thumb but to no avail, can't thank you enough for such a great product
Jane

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Eurocamp

Eurocamp

We build holidays around you. Not us. And with over 175 parcs in wonderful locations throughout Europe, we're sure we've got the perfect place for you.

Wherever your're headed, you'll find the possibilities are endless! So why not make the most of our flexible travel dates and find the perfect holiday for your family?

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Autumn Activities

Autumn Activities

Now that we are in autumn everyone is looking for things to do with the kids to celebrate this lovely colourful season. Here we have some great ideas, and they don't all involve being cooped up indoors! Get out and enjoy the cooler, fresh air and the crunchy leaves under foot - you can always return home afterwards for a hot chocolate and a snuggle