It’s a common experience. You’re on holiday, having the time of your life, and on the way down to the beach you pause to glance in an estate agent’s window. Suddenly you realise that a slice of holiday paradise could be yours, and the more you think about it, the more it seems like an opportunity not to be missed. It’s at this point that you need to get your enthusiasm under control and start in on some careful research before you commit yourself.
Easter is almost here, and the kids are so excited about what the Easter Bunny may have in store for them. Hopefully we will get some good weather, and the best gift will be the chance to spend some time together with our friends and family. But if you’re looking for some Easter gift ideas to bring a smile to your loved ones faces, then we have got you covered.
From Easter treat ideas that go beyond the basic Easter egg, to super cute bunny themed gifts, and ideas to keep the kids entertained over the Easter holidays.. read on for all of our suggestions. Not forgetting the grown ups in our lives too – we all need something to boost our mood after the year we have all been through so why not treat the adults in our lives too this Easter to remind them of how loved and special they are 🙂
Food Gifts: Alternatives to a basic Easter egg
Need Easter gift ideas for your Vegan friends, or a healthier Easter egg alternative for little ones? There are lots of fun twists on Easter treats that can be just as yummy as a typical Easter egg.
Flowers are one of my favourite craft themes for Spring, and these papercraft flowers are so simple to make. You could make them yourself as a quick Spring craft, or as a fun activity for the kids. Choose different colours and patterns to mix up the look, and make each bunch look unique.
We’ve provided a printable template to save you some time and make this craft even easier to achieve.
For teachers, one of the top priorities is to prepare their students for an ever-changing and multifaceted life outside their school walls. To let them see endless opportunities expecting them in life, career, relationships – everywhere. And to make them believe that they can be and do whatever they desire.
An important part of reaching this goal is providing access to the huge world beyond their native country, exposing them to the marvels of other lands, and explaining the value of traveling and studying overseas. Studying abroad is a pivotal factor in gaining independence, understanding where you belong, and acquiring strength of character, resilience, and perseverance. Nothing gives students so many opportunities to practice their language skills, make friends, and try their fortes in unexpected life situations like living in a foreign environment. And therefore these aspirations should be cultivated.
Surprising as it sounds, but many students – so as their parents – can’t wrap their minds around the idea of studying abroad. Always, it is the luxury for the rich, daring, best and brightest, anyone but them, so they nip the idea in the bud. Not without effort, but here is what teachers can do to show students that they can and need this experience.
When looking at the stunning countryside the UK has to offer, it is no surprise that every year over 68% of adults choose to go on walking holidays in the UK in the Summer.
Alongside eating out at a restaurant, walking is the most popular activity for people in the UK, with thousands and thousands of people travelling to the countryside every year to explore the scenic surroundings.
Walking is also a great form of exercise, with many adults in the UK stating how they choose to walk everyday for 10 minutes to get their steps in.
Creating fabulous family memories is something that you can strive to do each and every day. Even the smallest activity or moment can end up being a great memory that the kids hang on to for the rest of their lives. But what if you want to create a really special family experience – something that truly stands out? A family holiday to an exciting European destination could certainly provide that special experience that they cherish forever, but what is the best destination?
To say Europe is vast with all kinds of gems to explore is an understatement, and it can make choosing the perfect break much harder. To help you out, we’ve gone ahead and listed the top three best European breaks that are ideal for young families.
You might be asking what is a de facto marriage. It is the relationship, according to the family law act, is when two people of the same or different sex live together on a genuine domestic basis. The law recognizes the association. Many factors can help a family law court determine if your relationship is de facto or not. Here are some of the factors the law can use to determine if a couple is living on a genuine basis.
One modern bathroom trend is to tear out the tub/shower combination and replace it with a walk-in shower. This is fine for families whose house has two or more bathrooms with at least one of them containing a tub. For resale value, a home should have at least one bathtub.
Walk-in showers are convenient to use and give the bathroom an upscale, modern look. Older people have a harder time climbing into and out of bathtubs, but soaking tubs are a great way to unwind and relax tense muscles. The family preferences for bathing must be taken into consideration. The ideal setup would be a walk-in shower and a soaking tub, but not all bathrooms are large enough.
Wheu are going through the divorce all you care about are the best divorce service, fast process, cheap but professional attorney, beneficial conditions, and more. Your minds are so stuffed with ongoing issues that you don’t plan ahead at all. And when all post-divorce challenges come to you at once, you can easily get lost and fail to cope even with routine troubles. One of the most common concerns you will definitely have to deal with after divorce is planning your budget. Now that you will rely only on your own finances you need to rethink everything properly to live a more or less financially stable life.
Big Little Tent Festival was created last year during lockdown, since we aren’t able to be out there exploring just now, Caravan Club came up with this idea to allow families to have fun and continue the excitement of camping at home. The festival aims to bring the great outdoors to you – in the […]
Sink or float is one of the most popular classic science experiments for kids. It’s so easy to set up, and a great way to introduce them to basic experiments at home. This fun twist on the classic experiment uses surprise eggs to add another element of fun to the activity. This sink or float […]
Every child is different, and with these varied personalities and interests you will need different toys to best keep your child occupied and entertained. Recently, I was having this discussion with one of my mum groups about which toys are most used by our 4 year olds these days and it was really interesting to […]
Kaleidoscope Have fun making this Kaleidoscope craft with the kids. This simple kaleidoscope works best when it is held up to the light. Move the tube around to see the pretty colours, glitter and sequins dance around. What is a Kaleidoscope? A kaleidoscope (/kəˈlaɪdəskoʊp/) is an optical instrument with two or more reflecting surfaces tilted […]
We have all been stuck indoors for a while so it is always good to have some ideas of how to keep the little ones entertained during lockdown. We still have only a few months to go until things go back to normal – hopefully – so read on to get some inspiration. Anna and […]
It’s fantastic to see World Book Day grow year on year, teaching children about the joys of reading in a fun and playful way and getting them to engage with characters and literature is an amazing idea and it’s fantastic it has become so successful here in the UK. Truly highlighting the joys of reading […]
If you are a parent and like me struggles to come up with ideas to keep the little ones entertained read on. To be honest I think even the most creative parents are running out of options of what to do with the kids after all these lockdowns and time off school. It is hard […]