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|Posted on November 19, 2020 at 6:30 AM|
We thought it has been a long time we have not posted anything about parenting, so here we are. We have found ourselves in the middle of a pandemic all of a sudden and it has surely taken longer than expected. So we are stuck with this situation and we have to ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on November 16, 2020 at 6:40 AM|
We are aware that we all are struggling for a long long time with uncertain lifestyle, and we have been carrying a lot on our shoulders for a long time. We are sure you have been trying to find ways to spend some quality time with your little ones. This week, we have made Play-Dough at school and we thought its the perfect opportunity to share a recipe with you, that you can make together at home. You can even ask your child to teach you how to do it, providing the necessary ingredients.Read Full Post »
|Posted on November 12, 2020 at 9:40 AM|
This week, we have selected a book that is so on point, as the World Kindness Day is approaching... Today we are celebrating the World Kindness Day in KIPS, which actually is on 13 November 2020, Saturday. So we have selected the book "Kind" for you, a book that tells our children that a world full of kindness and good manners is possible, and it makes everyone happy.
This book is written by the author Alison Green and illustrated by 38 illustrators from all over the world...Read Full Post »
|Posted on September 6, 2020 at 10:40 AM|
This week's library choice is Owl Babies. A heartwarming story of three owls, waiting for their mommy.
Owl Babies is a 1992 book by Martin Waddell and illustrated by Patrick Benson. It is about three owlets that wake up one night to find their mother gone, worry about her absence, but are then elated when she inevitably returns from her night flight.
This book is teaching our kids that no matter what, our mommy is always there for us and we do not have to worry... Thr...Read Full Post »
|Posted on August 12, 2020 at 10:50 AM|
Reading books to children brings an enormous amount of benefits, from emotional bonds between adults and children, to language learning, to expanding children’s imagination and to fostering the love of books.
You do not have to wait the bedtime to read a book to your child. You can have some reading time during the day, and enjoy being with your child, spending some quality time, and get lost in the imaginary worlds that the books provide. Your child needs to listen ...Read Full Post »