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.
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!
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.
There’s always something about toddlers and long flights that is daunting – not just as a parent but also as a fellow passenger. The first thing I learned as a mom was my child gets cranky when he is hungry or when he is tired. And as parents, we all usually know what triggers irritation in our child. But it’s important to figure out how best to be prepared for it during a long flight.
The tiny city of Karlštejn which shelters the castle of the same name is located about 30 kilometers away from Prague. And this makes it really convenient for a day trip with the whole family!
Am sure most of us as parents have made sure to ask our kids ‘how was your day?’ and the answer many of us get is ‘fine’. But is that what we want to hear? Of course not! We want the tiny details about what they did, did they like lunch, who shared a secret and more. But how do you get kids to talk about their day?
On June 14 was the opening of a new Observation tower in Prague – Doubravka the work of architect Martin Rainish. It is located in the forest park of Čihadla in the Black Bridge area. […]
When: June 23 and 24
Where: Kutna Hora
Camping with kids is one of the great summer activities. And if you enjoy it as much as I do, it’s a tradition that’s easy to create and maintain.
For all those who yet believe in fairy tales, Pardubice’s very own Gingerbread Museum is indeed worth a visit. The museum itself is a hunting lodge from the olden days and is created as a ‘Hansel and Gretel Witch House’, designed to attract children.