Category: Creative activities
Let’s face it: we’re all yearning for the Spring! The warmth of the sun on our skin, the sweat shining on our foreheads, the many hours of sunlight. All moms miss Spring, but our children miss it even more. They look outside the window and sigh sadly when looking at the sky: the rain, the … Continued
Christmas is coming, it’s the time for giving, we all feel a little nicer and more generous… so we at Kiwee have decided to be REALLY generous! We’ve created something to be cherished, a bit “magical” and impossible to find on-line. We’re talking about our first Kiwee Christmas Bundle. What is it about? It’s a … Continued
There are a lot of pre-writing activities which do not require pencils, even if children love writing tools long before they are ready to use them: finger painting, drawing in the sand, in the shaving cream, play with playdough. When your child is two-three-years-old, you can try to let him imitate an horizontal line, a vertical … Continued
It’s not easy to know which glue you need, and it could be so frustrating. May also be expansive to keep a oversized supply of different types of glue. So, let’s see toghether some tips.
Mr. Winter has arrive. Quiet, as usual, with a kind look in his eyes, that of someone bringing with him the best holiday of the year. A shy guest who makes us feel great emotions and let us spend a lot of time in our homes, a gentle soul who carries the scent of cookies, … Continued
I chose a baby led weaning for Antonio, but something must have gone terrible wrong. As of today, I still don’t know what. After a glorious first year and a half, during which everyone in the house could – and would – have the same meal (from simple chicken breast, to an elaborated parmigiana) some … Continued
A few months ago our small and messy family packed up with four (well, three and a half as Daniel was a teeny tiny baby) one-way tickets to Tenerife. My biggest concern was, of course, how my eldest daughter would cope. Age three is a complex age and here the word “complex” is really an understatement. … Continued