Ideas for activities at home
Special situations require special measures.
Newsletter for Easter
Salt Dough Turtles
We would like to give you a little inspiration to kick off this week’s arts & crafts project. How about a cute salt dough turtle? We’re sure everyone already has the ingredients at home and the rest is as easy as pie – so let’s get started!
We hope you have loads of fun and we would love to see photos of your masterpieces. Please send these to email@example.com and check back soon, we’ll post some of the results here. And who knows, maybe your turtle will be displayed too!
Ideas for parents
We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone, and in support from afar, we have been thinking of ways to bring creativity and diversity to your days over the next few weeks. Therefore, Infanterix would like to offer you a few ideas and possibilities for activities to keep your kids busy and entertained while schools are closed.
As a result of our brainstorming, you will find the first small collection of ideas for indoor activities, which can be done at home with the children. More will follow at regular intervals.
To start with, how about a diary in which the children can record their experiences and impressions of each day during this period. After this whole ordeal is over, the children can bring their thoughts and experiences, which have been captured in this diary, with to the facility to share with their peers.
For the first time, instead of a live performance, the Munich Marionette Theater will offer a live stream on their website. The live stream is free and will be available on YouTube and Facebook.
“The Magic Flute” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart based on a production by Friedrich Böhmke.
When: Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 8 p.m. For more information, please visit their website: https://www.muema-theater.de/