All posts tagged: Interactive game

It’s time to take the kids to Cambodia

Cambodia / Family / I Spy Game / leap & hop / Travel

With the holiday season approaching and people making plans for the winter break, I decided to gather my “intel” about  some of the destinations for which we have a Leap & Hop.  Every week, I will focus on one destination and provide some tips gathered from my own family’s experience or trusted sources who travel the way we like to travel with our kids. Let’s start with Cambodia and, more specifically Siem Reap with kids.  As […]

I-Spy game for kids in Paris – Musée Rodin

Family / I Spy Game / interactive / Kids / leap & hop / Museum / paris / Rodin / Travel

Photo Credit: Boddi Chrin With a few more weeks left of summer break and for those lucky ones (still) in Paris, here is an activity that will delight little and big ones as they stroll through the mesmerizing garden of the Musée Rodin. As an artist, Auguste Rodin spent his life focused on movement.   He used to say: “I always tried to convey internal feelings through the representation of muscles in motion”.  In his study […]

Scavenger Hunt: Street Art in New York with Kids

Kids / leap & hop / New York / Street Art / Travel

One of the reasons I write the Leap & Hop series is the excuse I get to do research with my own children.  In addition to the actual trip and testing of the drafts as a family, I need to find out what would peak a child’s interest.  Sometimes, I’m totally off but there is no better feeling than getting it right.  One of the subjects that I wanted to explore with my 8-year old while […]