There are many different kids Halloween activities that you can use to keep kids busy in the lead up to Halloween. As Halloween gets closer kids will get more and more excited so having a few activities to keep them occupy might also make your life a little quieter.
Due to Covid-19, all children received home education because the schools were closed. The primary schools in certain countries will open (in part) on May. Not all children will go to full school immediately. For example, primary schools halve the group size in the classroom. About 50 percent Children go to school at all time. The other half of the time they attend home education. Schools are now deciding on how to get it best organized, and parents will be informed about this after that.
Parents who want to raise their children in a gender-nonconforming way have a new stocking stuffer this year: the gender-neutral doll. Announced in September, Mattel’s new line of gender-neutral humanoid dolls don’t clearly identify as either a boy or a girl. The dolls come with a variety of wardrobe options and can be dressed in varying lengths of hair and clothing styles.
Meditation, yoga and other mind strengthening exercises are popping up all over the world and for good reason. Studies show that these exercises help children be more attentive, forge good friendships, induce self-control, teach respect and empathy towards their fellow buddies all while reducing stress, hyperactive behaviour, reducing the symptoms of ADHD and increasing their grades considerably. Providing the kids of the current generation where cyber bullying is on the rise with the tools to fend of negative thoughts and behaviour, enhance self-confidence, focus and treat others and themselves with respect is an offering they will have for the remainder of their lives.
Juneteenth is a celebration that began on June 19th, 1865 when Major General Gordan Granger read General Order Number 3 to the people of Texas declaring that all black slaves were free. But wait...didn't President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation become official on January 1, 1863? Well, you're right. There are many theories about the delay but one thing is for sure, it took 2 1/2 years to officially reach Texas.