Ensuring the kids are active during lockdown or holidays can be something of a hard task when the pull of computer games in the bedroom is so strong. The best smartwatches caters for a younger audience, who want what the wearable tech that mum and dad have got. They can help motivate children to get moving with fitness trackers, while some offer games and learning development exercises. Some have built-in cameras for taking selfies, while others are communication devices that support phone calls and texts. Kids’ smartwatches also help to keep parents reassured as many include a GPS tracker so mum and dad can know where their mini me is at all times. Treat your little one to some cool wearable tech with our roundup of the best kids' smartphones below. Best kids smartwatches 1. VTech KidiZoom Smart Watch DX Unicorn This kids's smartwatch has a camera for taking lots of pics, and has lots of cool effects they can add to them. You can even use your own photos to customise … [Read more...] about Best kids smartwatches to buy for 2021 to help keep your little one fit and healthy
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Sir Chris Hoy is has joined the BBC for their coverage of the inaugural European Championships this month. The European Championships of Athletics, Aquatics, Cycling, Golf, Gymnastics, Rowing and Triathlon have joined together to make one new multi-sport event. Who is Sir Chris Hoy? The 42-year-old Scotsman is a former track cyclist who competed in four summer Olympic Games. He grew up in Murrayfield near Edinburgh and began cycling at the age of six after he was inspired by the 1982 film ET. Before he moved on to track cycling, he rode a BMX bike until the age of 15 and was ranked second in Britain, fifth in Europe and ninth in the World. Hoy has said that he first noticed track cycling during the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh when Scottish sprinter Eddie Alexander won a bronze medal. Away from cycling, Hoy was sporty in other fields - representing Scotland in the Junior rowing team and playing rugby at school. Most read in sport … [Read more...] about Who is Sir Chris Hoy, how many Olympic medals did he win, and how many kids has he got?
DAVID BECKHAM was ‘like a kid on first day back at school' as Inter Miami began pre-season training under new boss Phil Neville. The former England and Manchester United defender has taken the reins of his ex-team mate’s MLS team after leaving his job with England Women. View this post on Instagram A post shared by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) After swooping to sign Ryan Shawcross from Stoke City last month, Neville got to work with the rest of his new squad today as pre-season got underway. And Goldenballs was also there to watch, sharing a photo on Instagram and captioning it with: “Like the first day back at school today @intermiamicf .. Fresh start and excited to get this season started .. Pre Season day 1.” The two Class of ‘92 stars came through the ranks under the guidance and genius of Sir Alex Ferguson , who helped create an unforgettable, trophy-laden dynasty at United . Fergie’s … [Read more...] about David Beckham ‘like kid on first day back at school’ as Inter Miami begin pre-season training under Phil Neville
AS a parent, nothing quite compares to the joy on your child's face after the Tooth Fairy has paid them a visit or when they discover a pile of presents from Father Christmas. That said, one mum has caused a stir online after she revealed she hasn't taught her children about the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy as she doesn't think it's "healthy". In a viral TikTok, Nevada Shareef said: "Name something about the way you raise your kids that people think is weird, but you think has been really healthy for them. I'll go first..." The mum said she's never told her children about Santa or the Easter Bunny because she doesn't want to "build their hopes up, only to have them crushed later." She continued: "I was often criticised, saying that I'm not allowing my children to have an imagination, or I'm not allowing my children to be a child, but actually I'm allowing my children to have imaginations of their own choosing." However, Nevada says she still treats her … [Read more...] about People slam me for how I talk about Father Christmas & the Tooth Fairy to my kids, but I reckon THEY’RE in the wrong
Dennis the Menace will be celebrating 70 years since his first appearance in the Beano comics this year, and families can join in on the fun! That's because Kew Gardens and Wakehurst will both be marking the milestone in style with a 'Big Bonanza' just in time for the Easter holidays. (At the time of writing, England's lockdown roadmap sets out that outdoor attractions can reopen from April 12). There will be plenty of fun along the away from a giant 3D Beano comic strip to some delicious edible treats, as well as an interactive trail where you can join Dennis and his friends on a mission to protect bananas. Oh, and of course there's plenty of mischief along the way - including the likes of whoopie cushion stepping stones! The bulk of the action will take place at Kew Gardens in London, where you'll find the epic Beano-inspired trick. Families will be invited to join Dennis and Minnie the Minx in a bid to thwart evil Dr Gloom from threatening the future of their beloved … [Read more...] about Kew Gardens to host Beano event for Easter with fun games and heaps of mischief