Playing It Cool-Iceland with Kids

Any time of year is the right time to visit Iceland with kids. Known as a playground for adventure sports and heart-pumping activities, Iceland, dubbed the “Land of Fire and Ice,” surprisingly, makes for an excellent family-friendly vacation. Given its name, you would expect Iceland to experience frigid weather, but the temperature in winter averages 32 °F in the south — and for some people, it will feel balmy compared to back home. In summer, temperatures usually get up into the mid-seventies.

Surf and Turf - A Family Vacation in Turks and Caicos

People come to the Turks and Caicos to swim in impossibly clear waters and walk along white-sand shores. But there’s so much more to do on and off the beaches than just soak up the sun. Not just for honeymooners, the islands are an ideal family-friendly vacation spot. Away from those gorgeous beaches, check out these fun-filled activities and attractions to keep the whole family entertained.

Fun, smart outdoor-themed products to reignite kids' wanderlust

Canadian kids, just like their parents, just passed the one-year milestone of Covid-19 restrictions. Our youngest citizens have had to sacrifice so much. They’ve endured months of homeschooling and haven’t been able to socialize with their friends, see extended family members or attend extracurricular activities — and even when in-person learning resumed, their experience of school was far from normal.

A Look Inside Pollocks Toy Museum in London

A visit to Pollock’s Toy Museum in London, England, is not only about stepping into a place full of toy soldiers and porcelain dolls, it’s also a chance to explore a world filled with childhood imagination and wonderment. In a time before flashing screens and remote-controlled gadgets needing an endless supply of batteries, simple toys held children’s attention. Stacking wooden blocks, peering through a kaleidoscope into a world of splintering shapes and colours, or acting out a puppet show whi
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