Today we have five Easter crafts to do with kids.
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Hello everyone! To those of you who don’t know us and those of you who have passed through the little door more than a few times, and we know there are loads of you 🙂
When you find out you’re going to be a parent, one of the most exciting things is thinking about getting the nursery ready. What decorations you’ll put on the walls, the lamp, the chair for nursing or giving bottles, the cot… You can just imagine it already!
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.
What’s the secret for happier kids? The first thing that may come to mind is to give them everything they want, but the only thing that really gets you is momentary happiness rather than deep happiness, which is only achieved through teaching and affection. Children are a true reflection of their parents, which is why it is fundamental for our behaviour to set an example that our children can follow starting day one. It is essential to work on all these areas for the first 6 years of life to create a blueprint for their future behaviour and values.
The wonderful moment when your child wants to start crawling has arrived. It’s that revolutionary moment when we begin to lose control of them and madness takes over the house. But they’re so funny, and quick! And did you know it’s wonderful for their future development? We’re sure you do, but just in case, remember that crawling makes it easer for your child to learn to read and write and develop laterality.
You’re sure to be tired of asking your kids to stop playing that video game or turn off that cartoon. Having to repeat themselves so many times a day becomes one of parents’ biggest headaches. Managing our kids’ leisure time has always been a great challenge, but now we have the added difficulty of being immersed in a digital world.
Although we suggest this game for children aged 4 to 6 years, you can definitely play it with older kids too. We’ve all done it and we all love it!
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.
Desserts decorated with fondant are very fashionable, especially cakes. They’re just so cool, like little delicious works of art!