It’s that Christmassy time of year again! The Christmas songs are playing on the radio or iPod, the house is full of good smells, the lights are twinkling on the Christmas Tree. Here are 50 Christmas activities for kids in association with Allianz WeatherSafe.
It’s that Christmassy time of year again! The Christmas songs are playing on the radio or iPod, the house is full of good ...
Considering buying your child a phone? Wondering which are the best phones for kids? There are so many mobile phones to choose from, ...
Do you struggle to entertain the kids during the winter months? It can be difficult to think of activities for kids when it’s cold and ...
Looking for some Christmas gift inspiration? Here’s 100 Christmas Gift Ideas for the whole family – from Dad to Mum to Baby to Preschoolers to ...
Tablet computers continue to dominate top toys for Christmas lists this year. With so many tablets on the market, parents face a tricky ...
Yes, yes, we know that Christmas is still months away. But word has it that Santa and his helpers are starting to get things ...
Wondering where is Santa around Ireland this Christmas? Then look no further as Mykidstime have compiled the locations of Santa Grottos up and ...
It’s December. The weather outside is frightful. It’s time to put on a Christmas Movie! We asked Mykidstime parents to recommend their favourites. Here are 39 Great Family Christmas Movies picked by parents:
Are you looking for something a bit different when naming your new baby? Here’s our A to Z of unusual baby names for some ideas:
Looking for a great bed-time story for your kids? Perhaps you are buying books as a present and need some ideas? Look no further – here’s 10 great stories for kids you should have in your home, all of which come loved and highly recommended by my family and me! They would all make fabulous Christmas gifts or birthday presents for kids too.
Looking for Christmas stocking filler ideas for the kids? From soaps to seed packs, here’s 50 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids.
Shopping online for kids and need some inspiration for cute stocking fillers? Here’s 10 stocking fillers that your kids will love and you can buy them right now, from the comfort of your home!
Wondering where is Santa 2014 around Ireland? Look no further, as we have updated our Where is Santa around Ireland this Christmas article, with Santa’s latest and greatest grotto locations, up and down the country, from farms to caves to Santa trains!
We like the look of mum Una’s Little Linguists Alphabet which she has on Kickstarter at the moment. The Little Linguist’s Alphabet is a clever multilingual alphabet to make life easier for little linguists, it works in 6 languages.
Have you or any of your family been the subject of cyber-bullying or online harassment? Have your say on The Law Reform Commission Cyberbullying Consultation. The Commission is looking for public submissions on the issues of ‘Cyber-crime affecting personal safety, privacy and reputation including cyber-bullying’.
Which would you prefer for your home: a bigger garden or better storage? Take a minute to vote in this week’s quick poll:
It’s 30 years since the original recording of “Do they know it’s Christmas?” the iconic song written by Sir Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise funds for the victims of the 1984 Ethiopian famine, and a new generation of artists have re-recorded the song Band Aid 30. I’m just finding it hard to believe it’s 30 years since the original!
Part of our Tips for Keeping Your Child Safe Online series, here are 11 apps and sites to be aware of as a parent:
Does your child have a mobile phone or tablet, and if so, do you have parental controls on it? Parental controls are now an absolute necessity for a concerned Mom or Dad. Here MobileMinder explains the importance and advantage of putting parental controls on your child’s mobile device.
From producer Guillermo del Toro and director Jorge Gutierrez comes an animated comedy, The Book of Life, with a unique visual style.
New from The O’Brien Press is The Black Wreath, The Stolen Life of James Lovett by Peter Sirr. Find out more about this new book for 10 and up: