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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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 2)
Guess my song. Sing the first line of the song, which your child probably knows. If he recognizes her, let him sing the next one. If he doesn’t find out,…

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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

15 TIPS FOR PARENTS PLANNING A REST FOR CHILDREN (part 1)
Every child, regardless of age, loves traveling with his parents, learning new cities and countries, and sharing his impressions with his companions. However, a vacation with a child in any…

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What to do with the child on the road? (part 2)
Guess my song. Sing the first line of the song, which your child probably knows. If he recognizes her, let him sing the next one. If he doesn’t find out,…

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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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15 TIPS FOR PARENTS PLANNING A REST FOR CHILDREN (part 2)
5. Choosing a hotel on the basis of food. For families with children, it is optimal to choose hotels with meals on an all-inclusive basis, but if you can’t book…

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