As a part-time engineer and full-time stay-at-home-mom, you have to have a strong pipeline of activities at your disposal. These backlog of things to do is essential to keep your kids engaged and do something that they will learn something that I think would be important for them one day.

Here I will share things I did and liked which hopefully might be useful to you too.

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Big J's space

5,4,3,2,1…

Universe and space is the theme for Big J's school year. Though the school year has pretty much ended already due to covid19. Well, until they are able to find a proper solution on how to handle the young children, i think it is ok that they are home for…

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Toilet training 2.0

2 weeks ago, lil J told TH " papa, eh eh..." TH wasn't sure if he heard wrongly or not. Quickly brought him to the toilet and put him on top of the potty. And indeed... Freshly baked, it laid there... Lots of praises, cheering and claps for the first…

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Limitless Learners Contest

#psa This year education.com, is giving away $9,000 to kids and their schools or libraries, and if you are interested, please read up https://www.education.com/contests/ for more information!!! #goodthingsmustshare

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6. Sensory class – Easter hunt

The class today is more relaxing. Not much learning BUT we had an Easter egg hunt. And it's really fun for me because I have never had one before. Yes... so sua ku (noob) right? I was indeed super excited. 😃😃😃 Everyone of us had to bring something for the…

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5. Sensory class – magic sand

The recipe is 8 cups of flour and 2 cups of oil I actually find it brillant!!!! Because he can eat it and I don't have to worry that he would have a tummy ache later. If you have a garden or a bath tub. You can just rinse off…

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3. Sensory class – busy/ sensory board

We were asked to bring various item from home so that we can "basteln" (make) something. If she had said earlier that it's a busy board, It would be way easier for me to bring suitable things. Anyway, I brought Aluminium foil, some covers from bottled food, pasta, Pom poms,…

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Spring/ St. Patrick’s day theme

We don't really celebrate St. Patrick’s day in Germany, but that doesn’t really put a stop on us to make use of it and learn something. Spring is my favorite season of all. After the long cold winter: everything starts blooming again, the birds chirping and the days get longer.…

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Sensory class 2- shaving cream

It's sensory class day again... we were reminded to bring change of clothes and towels. A big plastic sheet was spread across the classroom. Is it water? To my surprise... it's shaving cream. Each child is given a plastic container with some shaving cream to begin with... and a spoon...…

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Sensory class

Lil J has no choice but to follow me everyday where ever I go. And to be fair to him and not just do big J's things, I signed up for a course called discovering the world of sensors from the local VHS (which is CC/ RC equivalent in Germany)…

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