How to keep a sense of play alive in more restricted times

As we enter the festive season of 2020, it’s safe to say that much of this year has been a truly unprecedented time for many families. With many of the things we previously took for granted (being able to go to friends’ houses, not having to queue for the shops, etc) now providing a new restriction for how our children would usually socialize and play, it’s important that we don’t fall into the trap of our children being inactive themselves.

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Guide To Buying Equipment For Your Playground

The playground is one of the most important parts of any school, park or community. Not only do they provide a safe space for children to play but they also aid with child development at a critical age in their lives. From helping with their fine motor skills, their balance and even their imagination, playgrounds are more important than ever. Creating that playground however, isn’t always the easiest of tasks.

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5 Simple Yet Fun Party Games For Kids

For most moms, something that constantly comes up is parties and get-togethers. 

As your children will get older, they’ll make friends of course, and have them over. In those situations, it’ll be up to you to keep them entertained and pacified and the best way to do that is through fun games

In this article, we’re listing out 5 of the most fun yet effortless games that you can organize within minutes and ensure that the kids have a wonderful time. 


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Teaching children responsibility via pet ownership

Over 40% of households in the UK own pets that include fishes, rabbits, birds, cats, and dogs. Family members, including children, take part in rearing these animals. These families get pets, yet they know it comes with extra expense and daily responsibility. Besides fun and cuteness, these animals can bring many benefits. According to the experts who are responsible to allow students to pay for papers and get a great result, this article can help students in understanding benefits and including its in essay to make it excellent.

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A kid-friendly guide Tips to grow tomatoes in your garden

Gardening is the best way to spend some quality time with children. Growing tomatoes with your offspring will not only introduce fun elements but will also interest them to grow plants and eat vegetables. If your children are not fond of eating tomatoes, planting the seed and let them keep an eye on the plant growth will encourage them to eat tomatoes.

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Four ways to manage working from home with your family

Over the last eight months or so, our ability to strike a reasonable balance between family and work-life demands has been tested like never before.

The global pandemic has led many businesses all over the world to make the shift to remote working, without very much preparation. Very quickly, many of us had to adjust to these new ways of working, operating, delivering and connecting. At times, it’s been a real struggle for all of us, and circumstances have placed a particular strain on working parents who find themselves having to entertain, and even teach their brood, as well as working full-time from home.

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Maintaining a Healthy Marriage After Giving Birth

When most people picture marriage, they think of two people happy together blissfully in love with a child or two. The institution sounds great especially when one is planning to start a family. In reality, however, things are never as smooth as they seem. In fact, 67% of marriages seem to head down the drain after the arrival of a baby. When it seems like one of you is the third wheel in the marriage, the happiness is bound to decline significantly. Here’s a few ways to try to keep your marriage happy and functional after the baby arrives.

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5 Tips for New Parents Considering Life Insurance

Less than a third of adults, with children in the UK, have life insurance. It is by no means compulsory to take out a policy, though you will be required to do so if you take out a mortgage, but if you have dependents you should consider the peace of mind that taking out a policy will bring. Here are five factors that need thinking about.


It’s easy to assume that because your children are in state education that there is little or no cost involved, but it’s a staggering fact that according to recent estimates it will cost you in the region of £200,000 to raise a child from birth to the age of twenty-one and a lot more of that than you think will go on education costs. Initially of course it’s nursery education, which is likely to involve fees and transport costs. Then, when children begin school there will be in addition, uniform and equipment costs and as the child gets older and becomes involved in trips and extra-curricular activities, these costs will increase. Ultimately there are university costs, which are impossible to predict, but which are likely to be hefty.

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