Présentation de l'éditeur
If you are interested in this book, you're probably planning a family trip to Paris. Whether you are a museum lover or not, you may be wondering whether to include museum visits in this trip or wait until the kids are older. If you have decided to include museums in your trip — or if you are still debating — this is the book for you! Paris is known for its famous museums and they are a must-see, even for those who don't habitually visit museums. With the right support, children can get a lot out of visiting these museums, too. However, the reality is that it can be a struggle to convince your kids to go to museums with you. And when kids do go, their impatience can keep parents from enjoying the visit. Often, children are unfamiliar with and don’t understand what they are seeing — causing everyone's frustration to grow. That’s where the “Kids' Travel Guide — Paris Museums” comes in. It will introduce your children to the world of museums and art. Leonardo, their very own guide, will give them interesting facts and fun tasks and quizzes related to four main art museums and the children's science museum. Kids will learn the basics of painting and different art styles, as well as how to play the museum game. The “Kids’ Travel Guide — Paris Museums" is designed to encourage your children to experiment, be active, and of course, internalize information and experiences during the trip and afterward. Maybe you, the parents, will learn something too. Additionally, the book includes Summary pages (with questions that encourage kids to write their impressions of the museums), a Most Beautiful Piece of Art competition, and more. You may also be interested in the “Kids’ Travel Guide — France” and the “Kids’ Travel Guide — Paris”. And a special edition is available that contains both the France and Paris guides, plus this Paris Museum guide, all in one. The “Kids Travel Guide — France” focuses on basic background information about France: its geography, flags and symbols, and interesting history. It also helps kids get to know the French culture, including customs, language, and even food. Don’t worry … Leonardo delivers all this information in a very interesting and colorful way — through special graphic design, activities, fun facts, and tasks. The “Kids’ Travel Guide — Paris” focuses on top attractions for kids in the City of Lights. Leonardo introduces the kids to each site, engages them with fun facts, gives them tips and quizzes, and challenges them with tasks and activities. Get the most out of your family travel! More from FlyingKids: • FlyingKids Website — www.theflyingkids.com — your one-stop shop website for family travels and vacations: useful information, parents’ forums, blogs, tips, ideas and more. • Parents’ Travel Guides —the special series for parents! “Parents’ Travel Guide — Paris” will help you plan your trip. This book covers everything, including how to make hotel reservations, how and what to pack for the family vacation, and how to handle different situations once you arrive. The “Parents’ Travel Guide — Paris” also provides seven daily routes in Paris. You will get everything you need for each day: a daily map with directions, information on what to expect and how to get around, and even suggestions for what to teach the kids about the attractions.
Biographie de l'auteur
We are a group of parents who have enjoyed traveling all over the world with their kids for many years. A few years ago, we started to share our experience with more parents everywhere. We have gathered many great materials, solutions, and ideas, so we decided to share it with other parents around the world. So, we can’t make hotel reservations for you, but we can definitely help making your next travel more fun, educated, smooth and meaningful, so you will have lots of great family memories for long years. Join us - www.theflyingkids.com