Ideas for Kids Activities

  • Homemade play dough;
  • Free Primary Teaching Resources;
  • Kids Party Games
    • A treasure hunt,
    • pass the parcel,
    • pin the tail on the donkey/ instead of donkey use a big face of a witch and pin the wart on her,
    • musical statues,
    • musical chairs,
    • hot potato,
    •  each child has a square sheet of bubble wrap, they have to jump on it to pop all the bubbles. They can only jump, no hands. The first to pop all the bubbles gets a prize,
    • paint/draw on a massive old sheet,
    • pass the balloon in between the knees (or walk with balloon on plate, or hide goodies in balloons, or forfeits on paper, blow them up and then kids have to pierce them and get a treat or a trick),
    • sleeping lions,
    • string up a load of fizzy worms (you can get all natural ones) then two adults hold each end of the string slightly above head level of kids. Kids get 2 minutes to try to eat off the worm (no hands).
    •  duck duck goose,
    • murder mystery for kids.

Plants that help Keep Bugs Away!

  • Ticks: see here;
  • Lavender – keeps mosquitos, flies, fleas and moths away;
  • Basil – keeps mosquitos and houseflies away;
  • Peppermint – keeps spiders, mosquitos and  ants away;
  • Rosemary – keeps fleas and ticks away!

Dry Skin In Kids

Outdoor Games for kids

Ideas for Presents for Kids

Educational Apps and Websites for Kids

LEGO

Parenting Advice

Live in a Natural Way

HEALTH

  • Maisons Médicales
  • Prevent Bug Bites
  • Mosquito Bite Prevention
  • Stroke-accident vasculaire cérébral, AVC
    -Face drooping: if the person tries to smile does one side of the face droop?
    -Arm weakness: if the person tries to raise both their arms does one arm drift downward?
    -Speech difficulty: if the person tries to repeat a simple phrase is their speech slurred or strange?
    -Time to call 911: if any of these signs are observed, contact the emergency services
  • Heart Attack Symptoms - crise cardiaque,infacrtcus Symptoms of a heart attack include:
    •Discomfort, pressure, heaviness, or pain in the chest, arm, or below the breastbone
    •Discomfort radiating to the back, jaw, throat, or arm
    •Fullness, indigestion, or choking feeling (may feel like heartburn)
    •Sweating, nausea, vomiting, or dizziness
    •Extreme weakness, anxiety, or shortness of breath
    •Rapid or irregular heartbeats
  • What to look out for when your child is unwell Sepsis is a life-threatening condition and needs emergency treatm ent, usually in hospital. The symptoms of sepsis may be vague and not specific so seek medical advice immediately if you have any concerns. You should seek medical advice im m ediately if your child has any o f the following:
    • VERY high temperature (fever) or low body temperature (feels very cold).
    • Severe shivering.
    • Fast breathing and breathless.
    • Very sleepy or seems to be about to lose consciousness.
    • Severe muscle pain or tum m y (abdominal) pain.
    • Confused or disorientated (not sure w here they are).
    • Slurred speech.
    • Feels very dizzy or faint, or has a fit (seizure).
    • Skin is cold, clam m y and either pale or patchy (mottled).
    • A rash which does not fade with pressure.
    • Not eating any food or drinking any fluid.
    • Being sick (vomiting) repeatedly.
    • Not passing as much urine as normal (or no w e t nappies), especially if your child doesn't pass any urine in 24 hours. If your child does have sepsis they may also have other symptoms of infection such as a flu-like illness (cough, fever, muscle aches and joint pains) or diarrhea and vomiting (https://www.mutterhaus.de/)
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