What to do with the child on the road? (part 3)
Compose a poem. Start with a simple monosyllabic word, such as, for example, "cat" and take turns adding nouns to the rhyme: year, mouth, mole, honey, ice, vault. Then try…

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Fear of water in children (hydrophobia)
Water is life. On especially hot days, many have tested this truth on themselves. But on the shore of reservoirs you can definitely see a child who is literally forcibly…

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Accommodation
When studying hotel offers, it is worth paying attention to what is the payment for a child’s stay in them. Some hotels offer children a discount of up to 50%…

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Samui (Thailand), Crocodile Dreams

If the rest of Thailand is often overrun by tourists, sometimes with dubious nightlife, then Samui is mastered for the most part by European adventurers and families with children who want to relax peacefully in the scenery of the bounty: vacation here can really do little to spoil. The calmest beaches for a leisurely holiday without waves and other surprises are in the areas of Taling Ngam, Minama and Chong Mon. Instead of a standard crocodile farm, it is better to go for a day to Angthong National Park, where you can see dolphins swimming in the sea, spend half a day on a quad bike safari between quiet waterfalls, mangroves, buffalos, rubber plantations and wild monkeys. An all-day adventure with the most diverse immersion in nature is a trip to Na Muang with obligatory walks right on the elephants on their heads, downhill by cable cars and swimming in a mountain river. Continue reading

What to do with the child on the road? (part 4)

Directions.

If your child is trying to learn where is right and where is left, help him by devoting five minutes to playing Directions. You can do this only on quiet sections of the road and, of course, not in the middle of the highway. Let him control the movement of your car, giving commands “right” and “left”. If he, raising his left hand, tells you to turn left, you do so. Having accepted the command, you can also raise your left hand and say: “Yes, the car is turning left.” If he orders to turn right, and there is no right turn in this place, then drive up to the sidewalk, stop the car and say: “The command is wrong, the car cannot move in this direction.” After doing a few exercises, check whether the child, mentally repeating this situation, can give the right command. Continue reading

Denmark
Chief Designer. Scandinavia is a place where everything revolves around childhood and family. This is striking when you see bicycles with trolleys for children (they can be rented for 15…

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What to do with the child on the road? (part 3)
Compose a poem. Start with a simple monosyllabic word, such as, for example, "cat" and take turns adding nouns to the rhyme: year, mouth, mole, honey, ice, vault. Then try…

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CHILDREN'S CLUB IN THE HOTEL: WHAT QUESTIONS DOES PARENTS TO SOLVE?
What should I ask about in a telephone conversation or letter first of all? Is there a kids club on site; Club working hours; Does the club have a Russian…

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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…

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