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Supporting Bilingualism with Online Rental for Children’s Books in German

Do you know one big secret to raising a bilingual child? It is so simple, most people dismiss it: Read to your child every single day in German for 15 minutes or more

Research shows, parents who make it a daily routine and stick to it, will see that their children will use German more actively, have better language skills, a wider range of vocabulary in German and a broader knowledge of the world, not to mention all the other benefits of reading to your child.

Just as important as reading daily is having a steady supply of suitable German children’s books. But this can be a challenge when living abroad, time-consuming, costly and cumbersome.

And oftentimes the books gather dust in a corner after one or two readings.

KinderBooks, an online rental, offers children’s books subscriptions for children 0-10 years. For a montly fee you will receive quality childrens’s books, matching the age, language level and interests of your child. No matter whether you child is into knights or vulcanos, princesses or science, your child is a beginning or advanced reader: We offer a curated selection of 1.200 titles on a broad range of subject and genres.

They currently offer 4 plans: 2 books or 4 books a month, an unlimited plan and a Summertime special of 8 books for 90 days.

To sign up, visit www.kinderbooks.nyc, enter the age and interests of your child and the books will be delivered by mail to your door. Once you are done reading, send the books back, using the pre-paid return envelope. Soon thereafter new books will arrive. With a new package arriving every month, your children will be excited about the books.

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Kid’s Birthday Party – A quick guide for foreigners

 

No matter if you’re new to New York or just new to motherhood – there will soon be a birthday party to host – and it’s quite different than back home. Here are a few interesting facts, some do’s and don’ts and a general overview of the birthday “etiquette”.

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Finding a Babysitting Job in NYC

New York City is one of the largest and most densely populated cities in the world, which makes it prime real estate for both those looking to find work and those in need of care. Everywhere you go, there’s a business — or family — in need of employees, and when you tack on internet advertising, opportunity abounds.

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Urbansitters – der etwas andere Babysitting Service

Irgendwann  kommt der Zeitpunkt, an dem man als Eltern nicht mehr um einen Babysitter herum kommt.

Es ist toll, wenn man Familie, Freunde und Nachbarn hat, die im Notfall oder regelmäßig auf das Kind aufpassen können. Aber gerade, wenn man (wie viele von uns) keine Familie in der Nähe hat, ist ein Babysitter unumgänglich.

Nur: wie findet man am besten gute Babysitter?

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Martin Luther King oder “I have a dream” für Kinder

Die Kinder freuen sich, endlich schulfrei! Es ist Martin Luther King Tag. Aber warum bekommen wir eigentlich frei? Was feiern wir genau und wer war dieser Martin Luther King Jr.?

Es könnte eigentlich nicht aktueller sein – Gerechtigkeit, Bürgerrechtsbewegungen und (friedliche) Proteste. Für all das hat Martin Luther King im Jahre 1954 bereits gekämpft.

Aber wie erkläre ich Kindern, wofür Martin Luther King steht und warum er so bedeutend für die amerikanische und die Weltgeschichte war und ist?

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Expert Tips: Renting Apartments in NYC

CityKinder Seminar How to buy Real Estate in New York USA

Finding and securing a rental apartment in New York City can be a challenging process. Being prepared and familiarizing yourself with New York City’s unique rental process will give you the best chance of getting an apartment.

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Bundestagswahl 2017 – So funktioniert die Briefwahl aus dem Ausland

Am 24. September ist es wieder soweit: Die Bundestagswahl steht an. Deutsche, die sich im Ausland aufhalten, sind ebenso wahlberechtigt wie Deutsche, die im Inland leben: Über die Briefwahl können auch sie an der Wahl teilnehmen. Wie das Ganze funktioniert und was bei der Briefwahl aus dem Ausland zu beachten ist, erklären wir in diesem Beitrag.

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Baby Beach Essentials

Baby sitting at beach wearing the beach essentials.

Congratulations on becoming a parent! What a beautiful time in our lives. With new parenthood come challenges. One of them might be the first trip to the beach with your baby. The times when you would put on a bathing suit, pack a towel and some sunscreen and head are over… You will have to plan ahead and make sure you have everything you need for your baby when you head to the beach.

Here is a check list for you!

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Top 5 Bookstores For Kids

Top Bookstores for Kids in NY | CityKinder

CityKinder found the 5 most kids friendly bookstores in New York for you! It’s amazing how much effort book stores are putting into our future generation. Here is a list of our top 5 with detailed descriptions!

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Your foreign account is being closed and you wonder why?

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FATCA is the answer.

When I moved to the U.S. 15 years ago, I kept my European stock and bond portfolio, as well as my checking account, at the local HypoVereinsbank (HVB). A few years ago I received a notification from HVB (at the time I was President of HVB Capital Management in New York) kindly notifying me that it was no longer possible for them to manage my portfolio and that they deeply regret having to close the accounts of all U.S. persons.

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