Ever been curious about how the airport functions? Do your kids love to see airplanes take off and land? Well, now you don’t need to take a flight to explore the airport. Vaclav Havel Airport offers lovely, informative tours for the public. But it is important to book your tour early on while paying a visit.
Little kids have loads of disagreements. Parents with more than one child, usually deal with at least 3 squabbles each day! It can be a case of both kids wanting the same train or a fight about who gets to play with it first. And there’s lots of yelling, kicking, crying, screaming, tantrums, and more, forcing you to step in.
Happy New Year! With partying done and the holidays nearly over, it’s time to pull our lives together to welcome the New Year. One of the important things I like doing, is making new year resolutions with my family – which includes my little son! New year resolutions with a child? Yes, its possible.
It’s not easy to take a step back from ‘parenting’ and think about what a child expects from you. Now, am not talking about how your son always wants to play video games or hang out online and you mostly have a ‘have you finished your HW? (or something else)’ up your sleeve. What does he really expect from you? Are you living up to his expectations? Should you live up to his expectations? Well, it’s a thin line.
Spruce up your Halloween decor with this Paper Witch. And don’t forget to have fun while creating it!
You don’t have to always carve a Jack-o-lantern with a pumpkin for Halloween. Here are some easy options that can be created with your child!
It’s Halloween and the best part about it, is costumes! Who doesn’t love dressing up weird and partying. But should you be buying a new costume each year?
No one wants to keep reusing the same costume each year, and a new one is definitely a waste of money. It’s a great idea to swap or borrow from friends. But that would mean, not being able to pick what you like and everyone already know what you will be wearing. So, the next best option is renting a costume.
Prague has tons of places where adults and kids can pick a costume of their choice for an affordable price. Here’s a short list we prepared to help you out!
Ptákoviny Praha – Ptákoviny Karneval
This is one of the best options which offers the huge variety of costumes. It gives an opportunity to try on more than one hundred unique costumes which encompass different age groups. This shop possesses a characteristic feature which may be wholesome for those who want to improve or complete their looks, i.e. there is a possibility to buy certain part of the costume or add particular accessories.
Furthermore, the official website of the shop is divided into various thematic sections, such as Halloween costumes and accessories, Carnival masks, Hats, Wigs and moustaches, Party accessories which make the shopping process easier and simplified.
For more information check out the their website.
is the shop which provides a diversity of creative costumes for every taste. The customers’ choice concerning their attires can vary from cute costumes to mysterious and scary costumes. For example, Madagascar King Julien costume, Dracula Boy costume, Elsa classic costume, pumpkin witch costume and so on.
For detailed information check out the their website.
Půjčovna kostýmů Florenc
Another shop with diverse interesting costumes for both Halloween and any carnivals. The concept of this shop is the provision of dramatic and scary costumes for children and adults. There you can find the costumes of vampires, witches, Hogwarts magicians, Zombie sleepers, Little Frankenstein and many others. This store’s advantageous feature is its affordable price (from 250 CZK).
It’s the easiest costume that a child can put on by herself! You just need to dress your child in regular black trousers and t-shirt, and then let her pull on the pumpkin.
When: 27 October, 2021 10:00 to 14:00 hours
Where: Kids & Us, Československého exilu 36/2175, 14300 Prague
Who’s got time for recycling??
And these super-easy tricks and tips can get you started. Remember: We don’t need one person recycling perfectly, we need millions doing their best!