Friday October 30, 2020

Switch on to offline activities

Below are ten ways to keep your children occupied during the holidays, extracted from a new book, How to Unplug Your Child, by Liat Hughes Joshi

9th May, 2015
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Use cucumbers and other typical kitchen ingredients to create a home spa

“Screens are part of life, but shouldn’t become life itself”

Be honest, who wouldn’t appreciate a little downtime from the technological torrent that eats into our offline relationships? To actually talk to each other and do things together that don’t involve texting and messaging, tapping and swiping? As the summer holidays begin to creep up on us, Liat Hughes Joshi’s new book, How to Unplug Your Child, offers parents some good...

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