Nestled in the heart of Prague, near the Wenceslas square, the Museum of Senses has its home. This cozy museum is a great place not just for families with kids, but for all who want to experience and exercise their brain with something new, different and unique.
Living in the Capital of our beloved country Czech Republic, we hear the languages of the world every day. Whether on a tram, a metro or in the park, a day doesn’t go by when we can’t hear neighbors chatting away in their native language. And we all wonder how we can speak different languages and also teach our kids. Teaching a non-native language can be hard for parents and kids, but there are ways to make the journey easy.
With the days getting hotter, its evident that we all should drink more. And since its summer, it’s obvious to be tempted on a hot day to reach out for a sweet, cool bottled drink. Well, we all know that water should be the first beverage to look out for. But pitted against all those super colas and squashes, water is usually left behind.
We hope everyone is enjoying a wonderful summer full of fun activities. Remember, these summer months shouldn’t mean a break from reading! Reading, and being read to, is critically important for children’s development. For youngest children and babies, reading aloud gives parents a chance to model their native spoken language, and instill an early love for books.
Most children are quite active. And most parents are more than happy to let the kids play outside or run around. But do you really know how much sport or outdoors is good for your child? Here’s some useful info of recommended physical activity for kids.
Why kids? Even us adults are absolutely fascinated by royalty: kings, queens, knights and more. The one thing that we all want to do, even maybe in secret is to dress up in robes, drapes, crowns, and tiaras. It’s just that royal feeling.
Summer is fun but sometimes rain may ruin the play. So here’s a lovely beach scene to replicate at home during all those rainy days.
Very often, while you are at a circus or magic show, you are enthralled by the crazy feat of the performer lying down or sitting on a bed of nails. And this act gets tremendous applause. Have you ever wondered how he can do it? Well, don’t wonder anymore because you can actually try it!
An elephant is always loved but is rarely chosen as a pet because of its size. This easy paper elephant can be a pet to any child. He can even move his trunk!
Sometimes we believe that the children are “too small” or “too young” to help us or even to care about themselves. The opposite is the truth. Young children are (more often than not), the best helpers and love looking after their environment, others and themselves. The sooner they start with practicing real-life activities, the faster they master practical life skills.