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Corporate Event for Intelligo Software in the Radisson Hotel, Stillorgan

Corporate Event for Intelligo Software in the Radisson Hotel, Stillorgan Today we put in our 3 in 1 Combi Bouncy Castle, Giant Jenga, Connect 4, Foot Darts and Rodeo Surf Simulator in the Radisson Hotel, Stillorgan for Intelligo Software. The  Radisson Hotel is an elegant hotel in Dublin. This Dublin hotel is also one of…
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Tag Rugby Day at Terenure Rugby Club

Tag Rugby Day at Terenure Rugby Club What a great day we had at Terenure Rugby Club. Here are some photos of the Bungee Run and Footdarts we supplied for the Tag Rugby Event held at Terenure Rugby Club last weekend.
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Anger management for parents

There are many things young children are especially adept at: sneaking into your bed at night, colouring on the walls, and finding that lipstick in your bag, even when it's in the secret pocket. But the one skill they all develop is waiting for just the right time to throw a tantrum for maximum impact…
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Fun day for Kerry Foods in Naas Racecourse

Fun day for Kerry Foods in Naas Racecourse Today we put in our human foosball, giant twister, foot darts, sumo suits, Jenga, Connect 4, buzzer game and foosball table along with a sound engineer and PA hire in Naas Racecourse. for Kerry Foods Ltd. Fun Day. Naas Racecourse is located in the heart of the…
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Is it time to junk the kids menu? 

Burgers loaded with additives; chicken nuggets shipped in from Thailand; chips pre-prepped in Holland and tooth-rotting pop. No, this isn’t lunch at a Seventies motorway caff, but the food provided for children at top family attractions, ranging from the British Museum to Brighton Pier and London Zoo. Last week, the Soil Association brought out its…
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So much to keep the kids entertained

Planning your kid’s party can be a stressful and it shouldn't be. At Kids Parties Dublin, we take the stress & hassle away so you can enjoy your child’s special day. Children can enjoy an alternative to the usual run-of-the-mill children's party as Kids Parties Dublin host personalised themed parties to suit every age group. Only…
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What College Physics Students Can Learn from Little Kids

HERE’S A QUICK experiment. Take an object—just about any object will work—and place it on a flat surface. Give it a shove. I don’t think anyone would be surprised to see the object speed up when shoved and slow to a stop afterward. But it’s not the experiment that’s important. It’s the question: Why did the block slow down and…
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New Kids Selfie Pod has arrived

[row] [span8] Thinking of Booking a Selfie Pod? Get the Party Started with the Children's Selfie Pod [/span8] [/row] [row] [span4] Be the first to experience the best addition to any party with the new Children's Selfie Pod. We put props on the table for the kids to wear in the photos. The selfie pod…
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Kids having a ball at the Disco Cube Shankill

The success of any party is in the preparation. And we doo all the preperation for you and we clean up afterwards.  Disco Cube Shankill is purpose built with Kids DJ and State of the Art Laser Lighting, Mirror Disco Ball and Kids Karaoke. Our really cool UV lights come as standard with all our…
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Parents urged to give kids smaller portions

Parents are being urged to give their children child-sized portions at mealtimes. According to Safefood, there has been a major increase in food portion sizes over the last two decades and this is a key contributor to obesity rates among children. "It's well established that for adults, we eat more food and consume more calories…
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Spotify launches Spotify Kids category with a focus on learning activities

Heres an idea that could be combined with our Disco Cube, or Disco Dome or even our Disco Bouncy Castle . Spotify this morning is announcing a change to its service designed to appeal to families with small children: it’s relaunching the Spotify Kids category to include new playlists focused on vocabulary and language-development activities, as well as…
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How Do Kids Apply to The Olympics Kids Program? 

The McDonald's Olympics Kids Program will celebrate the spirit of friendship which is a key value of the Olympic Games and include kids from around the world who embody the spirit of friendship. McDonald's Olympics Kids will be joined by a gold-medal panel of ambassadors including U.S. Olympic gymnasts Bart Conner and Nadia Comaneci and…
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Ireland welcomes children’s football team to #Ballybrack from #Gaza 

Children from Al-Helal football club, aged from 10 to 14 years old, will play games in Tipperary and Wexford, but began their trip around the country in #Ballybrack. "This is the first time we've done it, but we've been working on it since 2013," Gaza Action Ireland's coordinator, Zoë Lawlor, told Newstalk Lunchtime. "We launched it officially…
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Father’s amazing ‘dog contract’ for his kids 

So did they get the dog? The Reddit user wrote: “Two weeks after contract was signed, we got a three-year-old white fluffy mutt from a shelter that weighs 15 lbs., was already house-trained and doesn't shed or drool. “We named him Kershaw (veto power not exercised). It's been two years, and the kids (now ages…
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Taylor Swift surprises kids at children’s hospital

Taylor Swift paid a surprise visit to sick children at an Australian children’s hospital today. The Shake it Off singer visited with the kids at Brisbane’s Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, taking plenty of pictures and selfies to commemorate the day. “Thank you Taylor Swift for dropping by the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital this afternoon to give…
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3 Simple Ways to Keep Kids Safe in Summer Crowds

  Amusement parks, fireworks displays and beaches are all part of summer fun. They're also full of crowds. Keeping track of the kids can be challenging so here are three simple ideas for keeping the kids safe in crowds this summer: 1. Liquid Band Aid -- no need to save it for bruises and cuts.…
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How Teachers Can Help ‘Quiet Kids’ Tap Their Superpowers

When Lily Shum was little, she dreaded speaking up in class. It wasn't because she didn't have anything interesting to say, or because she wasn't paying attention or didn't know the answer. She was just quiet. "Every single report card that I ever had says, 'Lily needs to talk more. She is too quiet,' "…
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How To Raise Brilliant Children, According To Science

  "Why are traffic lights red, yellow and green?" When a child asks you a question like this, you have a few options. You can shut her down with a "Just because." You can explain: "Red is for stop and green is for go." Or, you can turn the question back to her and help…
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