It’s a heartwarming feeling to receive colourful chocolate eggs on Easter day. But do your kids wonder where the chocolate eggs came from? Find out more, in this lovely warm Easter story online.
Here’s an easy way to create coloured marbled eggs for Easter! Let’s go!
Here is a fun jumping rabbit, which is not only easy to make, but perfect for the approaching Easter! Materials Needed: Coloured paper, Scissors, Glue Where to buy: At any stationary store (Papírnictví ), Some grocery stores […]
This year we have to spend Easter holidays at home but that does not mean we cannot play some fun Easter games with our family! We have a list of 5 games you can play without leaving your house:
When: March 28, 2021, 14:00 to 14:45 hours
Try this fun Rooster craft and add a little something made on your own to your Easter decorations!
The Angelsburg castle ruins (formerly called Engelsburg ) are about 8.5 km southeast of Karlovy Vary . The castle ruin at the top of the basalt gable is prominent in the whole area. The core of the building consisted of an inner or an upper castle at the highest point of a rocky ridge. Andělská Hora, along with Bečov Castle, protected the Rýzmburk estate . At the end of the 15th century, the town of Andelská Hora was founded in the foothills. Since 1958 the ruins have been protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.
Sure, our kids can work amazingly with technology, but do they always smile or say hello when they bump into someone on the street? Technology has helped us connect seamlessly with people across the world. But our upcoming generation might just not be able to have an actual conversation ‘in person’.
Due to Covid restrictions, there is generally a lot of isolation in the community. And probably children could be the ones who are most affected. I recently spoke to a friend who is a mother of a toddler. She expressed fear about the development of her child in the past year. And this is a fair thing to worry about.
Reprimanding children has always been a discussion point in any media. Some people don’t mind spanking their kids, while others are strictly against it. So, is there a line after which reprimand is violence? How do you raise children without traumatizing them, while simultaneously teaching them to be responsible for their actions?