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  1. Waldkita Experience?

    We're applying to a bunch of Waldkitas for our child because it sounds like a great idea and I wish that I had had something like that, but I'd like to know if anyone here has had direct or indirect experience with Waldkitas / Waldkita children.  Are there any questions I should be asking the Kita leadership which I wouldn't necessarily ask a normal Kita, or am I making a huge mistake?   Chime in!
  2. Hi, i have the following books for sale.   (1) The Railway Children - E.Nesbit (2) The Magic Faraway Tree  - Enid Blyton (3) The Enchanted Wood - Enid Blyton (4) The Folk of the Faraway Tree - Enid Blyton (5) The Adventures of the Wishing-Chair - Enid Blyton (6) More Wishing-Chair Stories - Enid Blyton (7) The Wishing-Chair Again - Enid Blyton (8) Horrid Henry's Haunted House - Francesca Simon (9) Horrid Henry - Francesca Simon (10) Horrid Henry's Nightmare - Francesca Simon (11) The Ice Monster - David Walliams (12) Ben 10  - All that Glitters - 1 (13) Ben 10 - Dark Star Rising and Alone Together - 3 (14) Ben 10 - Escape from Aggregor - 5 (15) Ben 10 - Pier Pressure - 7 (16) Ben 10 - Hero Time - 9 (17) Ben 10 - Ultimate Aggregor (18) Winnie Takes the Plunge - Laura Owen and Korky Paul (19) Gunk Aliens 3 - The Dog's Dinner - Jonny Moon   The books cost between 50p and 2 Euros per book. PM me if interested. Pick up is in Kieferngarten.   RAK  
  3. My son, who will turn four soon, could use some English speaking friends.  He goes to a German only kita.  He is bilingual (my wife is German and I am American), but English is what he is more comfortable speaking.  We live in Prenzlauer Berg, and we often go to places in the area on weekends and after kita during the week (e.g. Kiezkind, Ludothek, MachMit, etc.).  Let me know if you have a three or four year old in Berlin and might want to join us one day.  We also do things in the adjacent neighborhoods too.     Just to let people know, our son is quite introverted, so it might take a couple dates for him to warm to the idea of playing together.    
  4. Our 7 year old daughter, who is half English and half German, has mentioned that she would love a friend who is in the same situation as her: going to a German- only school, but speaking English at home. So, if there are any other 6-8 year old native English speaking girls who might be interested... she would love to hear from you!
  5. Does anyone know of any cinemas that are child friendly in Frankfurt that show English movies? I have a 2 and 4 year old.
  6. "Learn to read" games in German

    My partners; 6 year old Tri-lingual kid (German, Icelandic and French) is learning to read and he was very excited about the process when he used an English game called ""   Are there any German equivalents? Fun, funny, simple, designed for education and very addictive to play? Cheers -  Clem