Singapore takes on a magical quality as the holiday season approaches, exuding a delightful blend of tropical allure and joyous celebration. The Christmas Camp (https://maker.sg/christmas-camp), a well-known location for its joyous festivals, is located in the middle of this lively metropolis. Not any old destination, but a thrilling excursion that captures the essence of Christmas with a Singaporean twist just right.
The National Folk Museum of Korea originally began as the National Museum of Anthropology, which was founded in 1945 and opened in Namsan in 1946. It is an educational venue where visitors learn about the daily lives of Koreans in the past and present. There are many artefacts on display, educational photographs, films and videos of the sites of various folk events.
This is a very long overdue post that I keep putting aside to write. Last year, we went to our first Spring family weekend with VICTA at Kingswood, Dearne Valley with our buddy dog, Mabel.
If you are looking for ways to keep your kids entertained at home while also teaching them something new, look no further than these 5 easy and fun Chinese activities for kids. With these activities, your kids can learn about Chinese culture, practice their Mandarin language skills, and have a great time in the process.
London parks are great all year round, but autumn is a great time to visit parks for the beautiful combination of orange, crimson and brown foliage and the gorgeous sunsets that provide a cinematic feel.
Looking for something different and special to do this holiday season with your family? Why not check out Silverstone’s Lap of Lights Christmas 2021, which runs from now till 3rd January 2022 (closed on 29, 30 November and 25 December). Don’t miss out on driving on the iconic Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit in the UK!
Travelling by car with your family is a great idea. You can get close and have a lot of positive emotions. In addition, if you have a van, you can easily buy a rooftop tent. Such a device will be very useful, as you can get a lot of new options. Here are seven reasons to buy a rooftop tent for family travel.
Maths is one of the most important lessons you learn at school and the skills you learn in these classes are utilised every day of your life. However, it is no secret that many children don’t like it – finding it difficult and boring. But I don’t think so!
This half term, we had a family friendly Halloween movie night in. Thanks to HMV sending us a box full of sweets, balloons, face paints, fangs, candles, a game, Casper DVD and The Addams Family Values DVD to help us to start this ultimate family night in!
Zoingo Boingo is the flexible freestyle pogo that lets you move and bounce. It will jump and spin on the pavement and on grass. This is suitable for aged 8 and above. It comes in three different colours: green, orange and yellow.
Early this week, we went down to Ringwood for a short holiday and we were not far from Moors Valley Country Park. It is very well signposted with plenty of car parking spaces. Do remember the name of your parking zone! It is written on the coloured wooden leaves.
This was our first time there and both children were thrilled when they were told there are lots of climbing frames and playgrounds. We first went to the play areas which are split into two different sections – Castle and Sandworks for younger children and the Adventure Area with zip wire, space net and forts for older children.
Last week, while I was at Britmums live, Project Dad from Parragon Books came just in time for Mr C to try out with both children. This book will give dad some ideas of what to do together with their children.
A few weeks ago, we went along with the Aiming High group hosted by the Staffordshire County Council to a pottery painting class at the Crackpotz Ceramic Café. This was my children’s first time painting pottery and they were both very excited.
It was not far from our home and it didn’t take us long to reach there but having lived here for a while, I had not been to this small village in the countryside before. It was delightfully peaceful too!
After we arrived, both children were asked to choose the ceramic pottery they would like to decorate. Ms C went for cat while Mr K went for shark. Next they started painting it.
Conkers is a great family-friendly centre, in the National Forest with indoor and outdoor play areas, discovery zones and an amphitheatre. This coming 13th July 2015, they will open the High and Low ropes course which we are looking forward to go on. The High Ropes course has 15 aerial sections to complete while the Low Ropes course are for junior visitors to take on 10 different elements of adventure.
Although it rained non-stop, it didn’t stop us from enjoying ourselves with the Bush Craft Survival session, Barefoot Challenge and other outdoor activities. After meeting up with others, we were divided into groups and were given a map to locate our own survival equipment.
This coming half term, National Forest Adventure Farm is packed full of activities with Get Wild and Deadly. They have also opened the brand new JCB Big Dig Zone to celebrate the forthcoming JCB Maize Maze open between 11th July to 6th September 2015.
Get Wild and Deadly (open only from 23rd – 31st May) is a show that runs daily at 11am, 1pm and 3pm in their Barn Theatre. It is best to get in early to grab a seat to get a better view. They show a series of some of the planet’s craziest creatures from Burmese pythons to giant bird eating spiders plus lizards, stick insects and chameleons.