To help parents

Common features
The meaning of this game is to search for common characteristics in people and objects surrounding you. This develops the child's insight, observation, and ability to analyze, but at the…

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Israel
You have a place in the sun. The cancellation of a visa to Israel is another argument to come here with the children. Three other good reasons are always an…

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Tips for those who are waiting
The time you spend waiting can be used to teach your child to sit quietly and calmly. If the place where you are is not very noisy, try to learn…

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HOTEL, APARTMENTS, VILLA: WHERE WILL IT BE MORE COMFORTABLE TO RELAX WITH A CHILD?

Choosing a place to stay on vacation is an important part of preparing for the trip, especially if you are going to travel with a child. Among the options are usually considered hotels, apartments and villas. What advantages and disadvantages each of the options has, read in our review. Advantages of hotels Shifting the maximum of ordinary worries onto the shoulders of others is the main argument for choosing a hotel for relaxation. 1. Washing, ironing, cleaning, shopping, cooking, washing dishes – all these activities are simply boring, so on vacation I want to distract from them. In addition, they take a lot of time, and if the rest is short, it is a pity to spend it on household chores. Continue reading

Chocolate Museums

Chocolate Museum in Bruges The Belgian town of Bruges is a sweet tooth paradise: masterpieces of pastry chefs are exhibited at the ChocoStory Museum. Here you can find out that a Belgian pharmacist instead of a cough medicine accidentally created bitter chocolate, and pralines were invented when nuts were added to chocolate in order to please the Duke of Plesi Pralin. In the museum, the confectioner in front of visitors creates a favorite treat for everyone, and the bar offers 44 chocolate cocktails, not similar to one another. In the gift shop you can buy sweets and even chocolate dessert for dogs. Museum website, photo: http://www.choco-story.be Chocolate Museum in Prague and Paris The ChocoStory Museum is also located in Prague. At the heart of his exposition are paintings created using liquid chocolate. To interest young visitors (from 6 to 12 years old), they are given the task at the entrance to the museum – to place stickers on the sheet in the correct order. Continue reading

EXCURSIONS FOR SWEETS

Every mother probably remembers her baby’s contented face when he first tasted sweets. And we all consider it a pleasure to eat chocolate, a piece of marmalade or a cup of flavored cocoa. In search of a “sweet life” we invite you to visit the museums of sweets – their exposition will seem interesting to both adults and children. In our article you will find short stories about such museums in different countries – we hope this will help you draw up an excursion route for an already planned trip or even inspire new trips. The Pastila Museum in Kolomna Kolomna, one of the most ancient cities of the Moscow Region, invites you to visit the Pastila Museum. A friendly hostess awaits visitors in the outbuilding of a merchant’s estate. While treating guests with tea and treating with various varieties of pastille, she will tell how this ancient delicacy is prepared. Continue reading

To help parents – special programs in museums for children

Meanwhile, many world-famous art museums have special programs for young visitors. Thus, the Hermitage offers excursions and lecture cycles for children of different ages. Preschoolers on their way to the museum are met by the fairy Fairy and a toy kitten Smotryk, and during the tour-game, children will learn about the history of the Hermitage, about famous artists and sculptors, about art from different countries and eras. Younger schoolchildren and adolescents are offered lectures corresponding to their level of development. There are also separate programs for families with children. If you are staying in St. Petersburg for a long time, you can purchase a subscription to the cycle of children’s excursions. The State Tretyakov Gallery for Children has prepared a quest game. Here they suggest turning an ordinary excursion into a detective story. Continue reading

BEST EUROPEAN ENTERTAINMENT PARKS

Tivoli, Copenhagen, Denmark A small, slightly stiff, not full of tricked rides – and such a charming Tivoli Park. It seems that Hans Christian Andersen himself would recommend visiting him. Since the opening of the park in the middle of the 19th century, time seemed to stop there: it is quiet and blessed, despite the huge number of visitors. But, looking at the old water mill, do not miss the modern roller coaster and other attractions. Europa-Park, Rust, Germany The main amusement park in Germany has earned another proud title – it is the largest amusement park in Europe. You are waited by cheerful travels across the countries of Europe and fantastic lands, thematic attractions and representations. Included are fun, surprise, surprises and – as without this – a desire to return here again. And it’s worth returning: every year the park finds new topics for entertainment. Read more about Europa-Park on our website page. Continue reading

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Crete (Greece)
Beach business. A trip with family to Crete is primarily a enjoyment of the Mediterranean Sea. It is better not to go on long trips and tiring excursions in antiquities…

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How to combine travel, three children and their own business?
So, how to combine travel, three children and their own business? Anya, the mother of a wonderful family, answers our questions. 1. When you started traveling, how did you come…

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CHILDREN EXCURSIONS ON ADULT MUSEUMS
The joint rest of children and parents sometimes looks like a compromise of the form “today I am bored, and tomorrow you”. In other words, adults are ready to stomp…

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Toys to take with you
Here, of course, you need to take into account the interests of your baby. But, there are "universal" toys that will bring joy to any little spa. These are, first…

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