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Emily and her wheelchair

“Mummy, why is this doll sitting in this chair?” My 4 year old asked me this holding Emily in his hand. I stared at him, surprised that I still had never taken the time to teach him that there are people who can’t walk, and others who can’t talk or who are simply not the same as him.

Gifts for under €10? Yes, it’s possible!

Birthdays, family commitments, visiting our friends... These unexpected events when we suddenly need a gift can come up at any time, and let’s face it, if there are kids involved they usually become the focus of this gift-giving.

Toys that encourage sportsmanship

Playing sport regularly instils many values in our children as they grow up, through good practices and positive examples. One of the primary values that they learn from the very first day is sportsmanship.

Group games? Shared fun!

All children should learn to play on teams from a very young age, as it will help them learn different values like solidarity, friendship, respect, tolerance, joint effort... Values that they will assimilate little by little to become great people and that Imaginarium strives to convey.

DIYs

Who ever said sewing is old fashioned? DIY crown

Who ever said sewing is old fashioned? Nothing could be further from the truth! It’s a hobby that is coming back in style that both boys and girls like to do. My daughter has always been fascinated by it and we sometimes do it together. I help her with the little decorations she makes for her room.

Game with recycled cans

Make your own basket-scoring game with some recycled cans. It’s a perfect game for any party!