More play. Less stress.

‘He wouldn’t eat any vegetables, it became tea time scream time. But since the Creative Chef came to visit food isn’t a point of tension, he just eats happily now’.
– Lisa, mum of one

At Creative Homes we treat every family as individual. That’s why we always begin with a play consultation in your home to get to know you and your space. Together we will identify and discuss areas of daily life that are causing you stress with your little ones and offer you a tailored, playful experience to tackle this head on. All our live characters that visit your home have been developed in partnership with families in homes, responding to real need and real life issues.

Meet the characters

The Creative Chef

Have you got problems with fussy eaters? Our Creative Chef is on hand to get your whole family thinking about different foods and making healthy mealtimes fun.

The Toilet Training Sailor

Need help getting out of nappies? The Toilet Training Sailor knows playful ways to get your little one using the toilet.

The Tooth Fairy

Having trouble getting your little ones to brush their teeth? A visit from the Tooth Fairy helps calm toothbrushing tantrums and establish a routine for good oral hygiene.

The Play Inspector

Need inspiration for ways to play at home? The Play Inspector can help your family enjoy time at home in new and creative ways.

The Clutter Inspector

Are you overloaded with mess and clutter? The Clutter Inspector can help your family share small spaces by creating multifunctional rooms with more space to play.

Baby Movement

Our baby movement sessions help strengthen attachment between baby, parent and wider family as well as increase physical activity and improve physical and mental development through movement, music and multi-sensory play.

The creative chef helps make family mealtimes more fun and healthy

Jennifer’s son Ben (3) is a very fussy eater. He eats only a limited variety of foods, hardly any vegetables and will not try new things. Jennifer worries that he is not getting enough nutrients and meal times have become a daily point of stress for the family.

The Creative Chef arrives at the family home to make lunch with them, bringing interactive songs that involve Ben and Jennifer in the cooking process.

Ben is encouraged to explore a wider variety of new foods through exploring the colours of the rainbow.

“This is a really easy meal and so fun”, says Raquel.
“Yummmm”, say Ben

The family receives two visits from the chef to help establish a routine around cooking and eating as a family.

“I’m more flexible now and we do more fun things like picnics on the floor which he loves”.

“I didn’t realize how much cooking he could do himself. Now we cook meals together he tries more things and eats more”.

Read stories of how we adapted our service to individual family needs

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