I am sure you have heard this before -(please read it on a solemn tone)-: “Our kids will work in the future making jobs that don’t exist yet”.
This is the reason why I am always looking for new and funny ways to prepare my kids for a future job market, giving them means to develop the necessary skills to adapt to it. CIRCUIT PLAYGROUND playlist by ADAFRUIT is one of the best ways for teaching kids about electronics and introducing them to the technical terms.
When someone asks what I would like my kids to be in the future, I always have the same answer: Happy people. I want them to have the necessary skills to work on what they will be passionate about.
You know that around here we are always looking to approach our interests and inquisitiveness to our little ones. We do not believe in a world for kids, but in kids living the same world as we do and enjoying it.
If I have to define myself, I do not want to use mum as my first and only attribute, and this is definitively how I want my children to perceive it. I am an engineer, a traveler, a curious person, a photography addict, a continuous learner, a mum, and many other things that define myself at the same level, without having to choose only one or categorising one in front of the other.
We do not believe in tags: “mum’s blogs, kid’s content“, but in opening our mind to everything that can interest us and fulfill our needs to learn. As Reese says: “Women want real substance and premium thought-provoking, well-made content” . I will add that men and children need that too. No genders, race or age involved in such predicament.
This is why I want to introduce you Rion Nakaya, a design director, video producer and lifelong learner who loves storytelling, sustainable tech, well-designed spaces, and wandering the halls of small science museums. She is mum of 2 kids and founder of TKSST (The Kid Should See This) a video blog with content that children love, but that it has not been developed with them in mind. You are going to love it!
Summer! Everybody must go outside! And maybe it’s a good idea to take a look at this video. Melody Yang is a great bubble engineer and she demonstrates her expertise and shares some stories of her inflatable career. Read more
Life began on the Earth around 3.5 billion years ago. Has the same thing happened somewhere else in the universe? On an icy moon? On a planet in the Goldilocks zone of a distant star? Imagine if hypothetical aliens were looking for signs of life in our solar system. How might they investigate us from so far away? BEAKUS knows how to explain it. Read more
What do you think about this piece of art? Do you like it? I love it. I am very impressed by this talented artist.
I am an art lover. Last February I visited for the first time ARCOmadrid 2018, the International Contemporary Art Fair focus on the latest artistic trends. It was a pleasure to walk through all the incredible art galleries, a very interesting selection of contemporary art made by the best art-galleries in the world.
I enjoyed it a lot, specially Juan Genovesworks, and the sculptural ensemble titled Aleppo by Francisco Leiro. It was one of the most incredible personal experiences in my whole life.
And at the end of that day I discovered Leo Nar Do paints.
The New York Times has announced that it will launch a monthly Kids section with dedicated content for young readers: The New York Times for Kids .
Their first Kids section debuted in May 2017 and was so well received by young readers – there was even an online petition – that The Times decided to make it a monthly feature of the newspaper. Read more
We believe in creative, adventurous kids. Of all ages. Cute & kids.
We think that children can enjoy the same things that we do. Maybe from a different angle, but always adding value and a new perspective to our old way of enjoying things.
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#Contigocomoencasa(Like at home with you) is a charity project for the construction of an Advanced Neonatal center in Vall d'Hebron Hospital (Barcelona). A dedicated space for premature babies and their families.
Because there are warriors that are born without an armour and we can help them to win the battle.