Best Family Video Game *Winner* Xbox Kinect National Geographic TV|
On 10/06/2013 in Toy Awards
Turn your living room into an animal kingdom of all sorts
the landscapes of North America, including a lesson in bear tracking, and balances out educational facts with just the right amount of silliness – morphing into an owl-person complete with beak and flappable wings proving the biggest intergenerational hoot of all.
Family Ski Season Highlights 2010-2011 |
On 05/10/2010 in Ski & activity
Junior round-up of some of our favourite family ski resorts and destinations
, Switzerland* Courmayeur, Italy* Whistler, voted the best ski resort in North America for eight years in a row and a firm family favourite.* Winter Park in the Colorado Mountains
Best Glamping Holiday *Winner* Featherdown Farms|
On 06/06/2013 in Travel Awards
Sleeping under canvas has never been so luxurious thanks to Feather Down Farms
to Howbeck in the Lake District, and a further 30 sites throughout Europe, America and now Australia, where children are invited to roam free and your only tough decision of the day is whether to have freshly laid eggs from the chicken coop or locally reared
Best beaches for kids: Indian Ocean|
On 12/08/2011 in Long-haul
Your family will be ecstatic with any of these wonderful beach holidays ideas
costs £4,070 for a family of four with Kuoni. You may also be interested in reading Best beaches for kids: America and Best beaches for kids: Caribbean.
The best beaches for children in Britain|
On 12/08/2011 in UK
The unflattering image of a grubby British seaside is now a thing of the past. Get ready for some seriously stylish British beaches...
, or, for more luxury, the new apartments with spectacular sea views. Prices from around £1,500 for a family of four for one week.See Best beaches for kids: America and Best beaches for kids: Europe.
Best beaches for kids: Europe|
On 12/08/2011 in Europe
Take a look at the greatest sunny and sandy paradises in Europe
beaches for kids: America and Best beaches for kids Middle East.
Children's author Georgia Byng on her favourite books|
On 22/10/2007 in Books
Georgia Byng, author of the incredibly hypnotic Molly Moon's books, admits to being Raymond Briggs' number one fan, as she reveals her five all-time favourite children's books
in America where the belief is, 'If you take a bad boy and make him dig a hole every day in the hot sun, it will turn him into a good boy.' Stanley Yelnat, found guilty of a crime he didn't commit, is sent there and the story is simply one of survival
Enter Nina Govan, creative director of Olive & Moss|
On 16/04/2012 in Fashion news
The very delightful childrenswear designer shares her fondest childhood memories
.I’ve worked as an Art Councellor at Camp America.I won an industry award/sponsorship ‘Texprint’ in 2000 for my University Textile Collection.I’ve been asked out by Zammo, a character from television show, Grange HillI’ve redeveloped an entire property alone
Best Family Tour Operator: Tots Too|
On 29/05/2011 in Travel Awards
Family travel tips from Emma Barnett, managing director of Tots Too, highly commended in the Junior Design Awards
to Disneyland in America, aged six, and discovering the It’s A Small World ride. I remember my dad getting more and more exasperated as my sister and I refused to get off the ride. We ended up going round and round about ten times before finally agreeing to get
Sloping off with three generations|
On 30/12/2011 in Ski & activity
A skiing trip with his young son and mother seemed like a great idea, but as the departure date loomed, Patrick Thorne began to have doubts
in North America”, as well as a giant ice rink. It was lively and fun, but Silver Star was marginally my favourite. Having seen so many big resorts, I’m a sucker for the quirky little places. With 112 trails, Silver Star can hardly be described as ‘little