The art of making desserts has always revolved around classic flavors like chocolate, vanilla or strawberry. But there’s something in the tropical flavors of coconut which enrich desserts with flawless culinary elegance. While desserts like […]
As autumn is approaching and schools open very soon, it’s time to prepare the kids for another academic year. Here’s an easy paper backpack craft to create during the run-up to the first day of school!
Labelling school supplies is very useful for kids to identify their stuff from among make similar ones in school. It is also especially useful when someone in school finds a misplaced, lost or forgotten item and can easily trace it back to the child when there is a name on it!
Art is always a great way for kids to express themselves. Painting, ceramics, sculptures, drawing or any form of art develops a child’s imagination.
Children whether going to school for the first time or they are returning to school after long summer holidays, tend to be reluctant before starting a new academic year. Parents in their turn should try to organize everything in the best way to show their support to the children.
Ideal paper craft for the summer! Learn how to make a whole camel from just one peace of paper.
It’s the last few days of summer, a new academic year is beginning. After long summer holidays, it is not always easy for children to come back to study and start a new school year. Moreover, it is wrong to expect that a child will tune in to learn and concentrate on lessons from the first days of school.
During that time of the year when everyone is frantically running around for last-minute back-to-school stuff, finding everything you need under one roof can be quite helpful!
Back-to-school shopping quick list – notebooks, pencils, eraser, lunch box, water bottles, school bag, shoe bags…yes, it’s never-ending. But no sweat! We can suggest 2 stores where you can find everything under one roof!!
If you really look, there are zillion tips online to maintain a healthy diet. But not all can be easily kept up over time. Dr Margit Slimakova, nutrition and health prevention specialist, spoke to us about 4 simple steps we could take to make a start!