With all the nice weather we’ve been having during this lockdown period, and, given that no one will be going very far this summer, I’ve been thinking about garden games.
I think it’s fair to say that at the start of 2020 few of us anticipated being confined to ours homes for weeks on end. Few of us anticipated that schools would be closed and lots of people would either be working from home or furloughed…I mean, had we even heard that word before?
We are not a family who play video games. We do not have a games console in the house, which, these days, seems very rare. Many of our children’s friends play video games, and if they don’t, their parents do
These virtual parties use Zoom technology so that the entertainer can interact with all the children taking part and involve a mixture of magic, songs and games tailored to the age group of each individual party.
Home-schooling, crisis schooling, whatever you are referring to it as, we are now into our 11th week. Are you getting into a groove with it? Has it made you want to home-school full time? Or are you tearing your hair out?
When the weather is warm, the children love nothing more than a water fight. When it’s warm enough to get the water guns out, they don’t hesitate. We’ve had a range of water shooters over the years and always try to have a bit of a variety when it comes to the type of soakers we have, as some are more suited to younger children and some to older children.
As we begin half term, here is a list of ideas put together by Netgem TV to make your family time watching TV much more worthwhile.
Playing outside has so many benefits for children. Climbing, jumping, swinging, running, twisting and turning in the fresh air dramatically improves gross motor skills.