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With Cuban leader Raúl Castrol about to step down, kids might like to know more about the Cuban Revolution that brought the Castro family to power. https://kids.kiddle.co/Cuban_Revolution https://www.ducksters.com/biography/world_leaders/fidel_castro.php
The kids of today only knew the Queen of England’s consort as an old, old man. These photos show HRH Prince Philip somewhat differently. https://www.harpersbazaar.com/celebrity/latest/g10000618/prince-philip-photos/?slide=11 https://www.harpersbazaar.com/celebrity/latest/a29748471/prince-philip-title-not-king/
While the first post on Gallic sanitation wasn’t really geared to the very young, kids of all ages like visiting the Égouts de Paris (Paris sewers) and yours would doubtless enjoy doing so if you’re ever in the area once we can all travel again. The first sewage system in the City of Lights was […]
Wishing you a happy, socially distanced, Easter.
Good Friday isn’t an easy subject to talk about with young kids of the Christian faith. This might help. https://www.cornerstonesforparents.com/talking-young-kids-good-friday-easter