Every May 15th the UN General Assembly marks International Day of Families, so what better way to celebrate than with some family activities your nearest and dearest are sure to enjoy. Explore from these ten ideas for a fun-packed day.
It’s another long weekend, so you might be stuck for things to do to entertain you and the family this Early May Bank Holiday weekend. With that in mind, here’s a list of 20 interesting, fun bank holiday activities to keep boredom at bay.
The magic of Christmas is well and truly in the air, lists have been made, children have sent their letters to Santa and the house is filled with the practising of lines and songs for the annual school Nativity production.
It’s not long until Halloween lands, which means it is the perfect time to watch some scary films and snack on some spooky treats. One thing that a lot of people like to do during this time of year is enjoying some Halloween crafts, so why not get a little creative too?
Going to university for the first time can be an exciting experience. Knowing what things to take, however, can be an incredibly daunting task. One of the best ways of working out what to help your child pack so that they are fully prepared for their university experience is to make a university checklist.
As we look forward to starting a new school year, one thing is bound to take up our attention. That’s the purchase, replacement, washing and drying of school uniform. No matter how well we prepare, there is no telling what state our children will come home in.
As adults dealing with stress on a daily basis, many of us see children as carefree creatures whose only worry is playing with their mates. But stress can affect the little ones too. Baking doesn’t only give you an opportunity to spend quality time with your loved ones, several studies have shown that children with cooking skills have greater mental well-being.