What happens when children are only allowed to eat sweets for one day??

Review: Our Sweet Day 2018!

What would you say if your children asked you if they would For a whole day only eat sweets? My son asked me exactly that question in December – and I spontaneously said yes! Today I want to tell you why I am this experiment agreed how that day went and what the children made of it learned to have.

The history

My kids do not eat a lot of sweets a chocolate bar after lunch and a bite in the afternoon – if we ever Sweets in the house. If there is a visit, there are already a few in addition wine gums – and on the birthday & Christmas, of course, anyway. Sweets are not vilified with us so, but are not freely available and coveted accordingly.

Christina Cherry

by BabyDudaPublished October 5, 2017Updated July 30, 2018

song lyrics

music & Text: Traditional folk song

1. It was a mother who had four children,
spring, summer, autumn and winter.

2. Spring brings flowers, summer brings clover,
autumn brings grapes, winter brings snow.

3. And how they swing in the annual row,
so we dance and sing happily in it.

Instructions circle and singing game.

The nursery rhyme It was a mother can be beautifully danced as a circular game. To do this, the children hold hands in a circle and walk in one direction together. Except for four children, the four seasons. These four are in the middle of the circle, holding hands there and dancing in the opposite direction.
At the end of the song in the third stanza, the four-season children can then determine four children who may play the seasons on the next run. The song can be repeated until all the children have played the seasons in the middle of the circle.

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Anna Winner, Elisabeth Erndt-Doll

A lot is written about acclimatization, there are rarely detailed reports from practice. Here is one such report. The acclimatization. An excerpt from the brochure:

Anna Winner, Elisabeth Erndt-Doll:
Good start? Everything better! A model for acclimatization to crèches and other daycare facilities for toddlers
ISBN 978-3-86892-015-4
© 2009 publishes the network, Berlin and Weimar
With the kind permission of the publisher


Many new facilities are currently being opened for children aged zero to three years. Mixed-age groups are increasingly being formed and two-year-olds are being accepted in kindergartens. By 2013, care places are to be created for around 35 percent of children under the age of three in Germany. That would be more than a tripling of the previous offer. The political debate about this goal clearly shows that quantitative expansion alone is not enough. In order for this expansion to really benefit the children and their families, quality is required.
The quality discussion does not have to start from scratch here. Since the 1970s, there has been intensive reflection and research into small child pedagogy in Germany, albeit in a small group of experts, in which international scientific knowledge has also been incorporated. Projects were carried out at several locations to support and ensure the transfer of knowledge into practice and to stimulate the dialogue between practice and research.

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High above Ludesch, on the “Terrace of Walgau”, stands the 360-year-old Walserhaus that is owned by Pauline Burtscher and her husband Reinhard. This is the place where she kneads and shapes bread – and she’ll teach the traditional craft to anyone who wants to learn it.


The fire in the oven crackles quietly. The wood hisses and snaps, the embers glow red and orange. Gray smoke streams from the chimney into the white snow-covered winter landscape. The warmth and smell of freshly baked bread Pauline as she opens the oven’s cast-iron door. “Nothing is as good as that smell,” the passionate baker says. “My mother always baked bread. And the memories never left me. “She and her husband bought the old timber from the Walser style along with the stables on the Ludescherberg in 2001. The building’s dark wooden door with wrought-iron handle and old-fashioned bell a little like a little witch’s cottage. “Yes, I’m a big fan of fairy tales,” says Pauline laughing. She especially likes the figure of Mother Hulda.

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Children’s holidays South Tyrol – Farm holidays with children

Children’s holidays on the farm are an unforgettable adventure for the whole family. During a children’s holiday in South Tyrol, the kids can really let off steam every day and gain many educational experiences. Above all, the daily contact with the many farm animals makes pedagogically valuable moments possible during the holiday with children on the farm. “Does milking hurt the cow?”, “How fast does the tractor drive the cow?” or “Can I give the calf a name? – these are only three of about 1000 questions that deserve an answer. The Bacher family has a suitable answer for all questions and is already looking forward to the helping hands that support them in the stable work, the feeding and the distribution of the daily strokes.

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Care and migration in Europe

Care and Migration in Europe

In many households in Germany where people are cared for, helpers from Central and Eastern Europe work. What are the framework conditions for a legal employment?

According to a 2008 EU survey, nine out of ten Europeans do not want to be cared for in a residential facility. Of the currently more than 2.3 million people in need of care in Germany, more than two-thirds are able to fulfill this wish: 69 percent are usually cared for at home by family members. Only just under a third (555,000) draw exclusively and exclusively on outpatient services. 1

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Traveling with children can be so beautiful. No matter if the classic summer vacation with the family in Spain, Italy, Greek islands or Croatia or a long-distance trip. Every vacation with a child requires a little preparation and planning.

For example, more and more parents are taking their parental leave to travel to distant countries with their children and to show them foreign cultures and regions outside Europe as early as possible.

There is also a lot to consider here.

We have compiled the best tips for you and your children on how to make traveling with children an unforgettable experience.

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It is considered ideal destination for exploring the city and the surrounding landscape. Do you want Friedrichroda and the Thuringian Forest get to know you in our H + Hotel & SPA Friedrichroda welcome. You can visit the city of Friedrichroda with its sights on foot to reach. The motorway, an ICE train connection and the nearest airport can be reached in less than an hour. You can use one in the morning extensive breakfast buffet start the day. If you are looking for rest and relaxation, you will find it in our Wellness and sauna area. Let yourself be pampered before you sign up for Friedrichroda and the wonderful landscape of the Thuringian Forest look at.

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From Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. inclusive!

Children won’t be bored with us! Having fun with other children, having your own indoor pool for splashing around and having enough space to play and run around – every child’s heart will beat faster! Mom and Dad can relax for a while "free" to take.

Childcare included

  • 5 x weekly childcare 3-11.99 years
    Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. including children’s lunch table and children’s juice bar
  • Childcare from 1 year including children’s lunch table and children’s juice bar
    Mon-Fri from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. from 29.05. – 14.06. 2020 and from 12.07. – 30.08.2020
    Mon – Fri from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from 14.06. – 11.07.2020 and from 31.08. – 13.09.2020
  • in addition, 1x weekly parents’ day off
    Kidsclub starts at 8:00 a.m. with breakfast together
  • additionally twice a week common Children’s dinner
    Kids club open until 8 p.m.

children facilities

  • Kids feel well on 200 m² with its own children’s pool with 40 cm water depth and 12 m² water surface, family sauna, rain shower and family relaxation area
  • 200 m² kids arena with baby lounge including table tennis, billiards, boulder, media center, air hockey table and T-Wall
  • Creative room in the garden
  • Kids creative for painting and handicrafts
  • Own children’s playroom next to the restaurant
  • Children outdoors with go-karts, bobby cars, wheels, trampoline, ring game, children’s bikes
  • Baby equipment rental in the room: Cot, changing mat, kettle, diaper pail, toilet attachment, night light
  • Washer and dryer for free use

Children eat and drink

  • Baby bar 24h Accessible with vegetable and fruit porridges from Holle, as well as complementary oil, follow-on milk for 4 age groups, milk and yoghurts, with kettle, vaporizer, baby dishes and cutlery, bibs and wash basins
  • Children’s area at the breakfast buffet
  • Children’s lunch table as part of childcare
  • Juice bar until 5 p.m. in the children’s area
  • Daily children’s buffet at dinner with everything what children love – you can choose what you like

Children’s farm Laubichlhof

We only rented a children’s farm 500 m from the hotel for our guests. There you can experience animals and many childcare programs take place there.

  • Pony riding as part of childcare
  • Petting animals – animals to touch and love like cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, etc.
  • Archery and crossbow shooting
  • Barbecue
  • Play area for ball games

Additional services for a fee

Swimming courses in the Felsenhof

supervised by the qualified "MG SWIMS-COOL" swimming instructors. Minimum number of participants 2 children, maximum group size 6 children

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  • January 1

Influenza, also known as the flu, is caused by a virus. The flu is very contagious and usually occurs in the months between October and May (also known as the flu season), with the highest incidence between December and March. Symptoms of the flu are universal and is common in adults and children.


Children with the flu usually have temperatures that are high, ranging from 102 to 104 degrees Celsius, and that finally from two to four days.


Flu symptoms can appear very suddenly. A child who feels fine in the morning can be very sick by the end of the day.

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