The Z6 is a smartwatch for kids, which features voice and video communication as well as safety features, allowing parents and kids to stay in touch in a free and secure way.
As the summer holidays approach and we have warmer weekends in the run up to this, it helps to have some games for children to play.
With half term coming to an end, many parents will have reached the realisation that the end of the school year is only a few weeks away. Despite the fact that the children have only been back in school a few weeks following the latest lockdown and school closures, we are now fast approaching the school summer holidays.
With half term this week, we’ve spent a lot of time outside. Despite indoor venues now opening up post-lockdown, we’ve continued with our outdoor adventures, getting plenty of fresh air and appreciating all the wonderful places we have to visit.
#KeepWalesSafe is the Welsh Government’s official response to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. It is fair to say that this summer half term Wales will be in a much better place than May 2020. Cases are falling and vaccinations are rising, which means restrictions are able to ease.
The UK’s biggest indoor funfair is coming back to Liverpool later this year and this time it’s even larger and visiting the city for longer. How exciting right? Having not done anything like this for so long, we are really looking forward to it.
When raising children, there is no better feeling than creating a strong bond with your offspring. Spending quality time together can help boost their wellbeing and development, and you’ll form a connection like no other. One of the best ways to strengthen your relationship is by doing activities together, so here are some of the best games you can play with your children.
In anticipation of more lovely picnics to come, I’ve put together a few little tips for fun picnics with family and friends.