Tag: ideas
7 ideas for a Star Wars party
February 4, 2016  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Carnival is right around the corner and is one of the most awaited events for kids and adults alike. We all love to dress in costume or become someone else we admire, even if it’s for a short while. It can be real or imagined characters as well as creatures form another planet. This year, during Carnival, and after premiere of the latest Star Wars movie, many kids will ask their parents for help organizing a theme party inspired by their favourite movies. Keep reading to know how to prepare the party of the year!

Make your Christmas an unforgettable one with 1 Second Everyday
December 11, 2015  |  Written by M. Rodrigo Brao

Do you want to spend an unforgettable Christmas? We propose you create an advent calendar full of memories. It´s really easy with the app 1 Second Everyday, which allows you to make a 1 second video every day in order to generate an entire movie. What a great idea! You´ll be able to capture the best moments of this Christmas holiday. And in less than a month, you´ll be able to reminisce on all the good times you´ve spent as a family.

Learning as they play with Doctors and Teachers by Nenuco
September 15, 2015  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Did you know that when they play is when they learn the most? According to Angie Rupan, Educator and Coordinator of the Childhood Development Centre in San Francisco, “playing is the way kids begin to understand and process the world they live in.” That´s why they must have time to alternate between free play and role-play: two of the best forms of entertainment.  Playing to be all grown up is a great opportunity to interpret different roles and just as we suggested in this post, two of their favourite professions areteacher and doctor. Today, we´d like to offer you some ideas and activities you can use to motivate them to keep learning as they play.

7 ideas to get them into bed without any fuss
August 17, 2015  |  Written by M. Rodrigo Brao

Some children resist going to bed and bedtime can become a nightmare. Parents, however, can turn things around and make going to bed something fun instead of torture. How? Keep reading to discover 7 ideas that will make your nightmares turn into sweet dreams, for everyone.

How Famosa´s Toys Celebrate Halloween
October 31, 2014  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Today, October 31st, is Halloween. While many children add the final touches to their costumes and decor, others have already begun to trick or treat. This morning, some of Famosa´s toys have stopped by The Toy Blog to tell u show they live this scary night. Keep Reading to learn what they like to do and what plans they have for Halloween.

Halloween Pyjama Party
October 28, 2014  |  Written by M. Rodrigo Brao

The countdown for Halloween has begun and this year we wanted to suggest you celebrate it by organizing a pyjama party. Children love the idea of a sleep over because they enjoy that feeling of being a little bit more independent and “all grown up” by staying up late and becoming hosts at their very own social event. Keep reading to learn how you can organize an unforgettable Halloween pyjama party at home.

Shall we make a collage?
August 8, 2014  |  Written by M. Rodrigo Brao

As parents, we tend to motivate our children to paint but there are other creative activities with tremendous benefits. Making collages is one of them. Not only is it an easy technique to do at home and makes for a great way to spend the hot summer days, but it helps develop their creativity and imagination, by putting them in direct contact and in a different way, with textures and colours. Besides, it also helps them develop other important aspects of their personality.  We´ll show you which ones and what you need to do to get them active.

How to keep your child entertained on a plane
April 17, 2014  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

“The moment of truth has come and my fear has nothing to do with flying or the plane itself. I´m afraid my child going to go bezerk at 28 thousand feet in front of strangers and not being able to do anything about it.”  It might seem a bit over the top but many parents panic when it comes to flying with their children, especially on long flights. But the experience does not have to be a negative one. What you need to do is prepare yourself and your child before you do. With a bit of planning and creativity, your trip will hopefully…fly by.