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Kid´s learning opportunities

Places for your 3 to 6 year old children are still available at the Taunus International Montessori School for this 2010-2011 school year. Call today at 06171-91330 or click here for more information

The private language school "Words n' More" in Sachsenhausen, Frankfurt offers fun, entertaining and stimulating English courses for all young children from the ages 3-10, and specialises in English for Bilingual Children including special interest courses (for kids) in English Literacy based on UK Nat. curriculum. For more information contact Charlotte Harding

ICA-Kid´s World just opened in Frankfurt. It´s a privately-held early childhood education company for kids aged from 1-3 years. For more information see their website

Schwalbach:The day-care center “Kinderzeit Gute Zeit” is a bilingual institution (English and German) and has a full day program for children aged from 6 months to 6 years in one kindergarten group and four nursery groups. We offer long opening times, flexible care modules and a healthy and balanced dietary plan. Most notable however is our educational concept, which ensures the parents that their child will be taught appropriately for its age group and – most importantly – in a happy environment. For more information contact Patrizia Kaben


Our Book-Tip

What happens to children when they are raised outside their parents' home country? In "The Third Culture Kid Experience" David Pollock and Ruth Van Reken explore systematically and compassionately the experiences of those who have become known as "third culture kids" (TCKs) -children who grow up or spend a significant part of their childhood living abroad. Rich with real-life anecdotes from TCKs, this is one of the first books to fully examine the nature of the TCK experience and its effect on maturing, developing a sense of identity, and adjusting to one's passport country upon return. Get more information about author & book here

Home Safety for kids: The old adage ‘better safe than sorry' could have been written about home safety for children in Frankfurt . Windows are not the only hazards. Expat parents in Frankfurt are often lucky enough to have a domestic helper to assist with childcare, but it should always be borne in mind that it's the parent's job to create a safe environment in the home. Follow these tips from local parent Robby Gerard to ensure your house is a danger-free zone for kids.

"Family-diner" where kids eat for free !

Singing in Rain? The German-American Choir who is looking for new international members click here

Where to get healthy & delicious farmer´s food between Bad Homburg and Wiesbaden? Have a look on our list!

EMERGENCY Service: Searching for the next pharmacy ("Apotheke"), doctor ("Arzt") or dentist ("Zahnarzt"') ? Click here www.aerzte-notdienst.de and click on the kind of emergency service you´re looking for in "Notdienst Art" then type the postal-code of your town in "Suche". and find the result in the middle. You´ll get a map too, in case you´re searching for a pharmacy.

The Frankfurt area will have another international school, starting September 2005. The HESSEN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL will follow the British National Curriculum and will start with 5th class (11 year olds). The school will be situated at the Camp Phoenix Park Eschborn and will also have a boarding house for pupils ages 5 and up. More information on www.hessen-international.com

Tired of cleaning? Call this new excellent cleaning service and they will send someone to help you out, every week, twice a week, whenever you want. This page

Are you looking for something new on your child's birthdayparty? How about a creative afternoon with soapstone? Lyra Wagner will come to your house and entertain your guest! look on this page

A new bi-lingual Montessori preschool in Bad Vilbel! Look here.

Tumble Tots!!! The leading physical play programme for children has been the springboard to developing children's skills for life.

Did you know you can get your dog and cat food delivered at home? By an English person? Look here and meet John's Futterkiste.

Meetup groups, for English speaking people in Frankfurt on the Internet: look here

Stuff for sale from those who are moving!

ILS is organizing a newcomers coffeemorning every last wednesday in the month! Look here for more info about their language training.

In need of English products? There is a new shop close to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange: A Taste of Britain, Oederweg 34, 60318 Frankfurt, 069 95929474

New international schools have started: Rhein Main Montessori in Friedrichsdorf and Hessen International Boarding and Day school in Sulzbach. They are listed on this page.

Rent your furniture!!!
If you will stay only a short period of time in the Frankfurt area, you might consider renting furniture instead of moving everything. Take a look at the In-lease website for more info.

Get fit for Germany at FIT FOR GERMANY
Integrated language training and culture coaching especially designed for you, in the heart of the Rhein-Main Area — and beyond

How to find a job in Germany, an article written by cultural consultant Hilly van Swol.

Expat kids going out in the cold?
On this page you´ll find important information about the special situation of expat children.

New! Notice board service for our sponsors This website can only exist through the kind sponsoring of the firms on this page. Look on this page to find out what we do for them outside the Web!

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A few numbers

Did you know that 26,4% of the Frankfurt citizens (650.000) are foreigners? And that half of the 358.200 Frankfurt households are single-households? And that 322.738 people work in Frankfurt, and only 58.478 of Frankfurters work outside the City? So almost 1 million people are in the city during the day... and guess in which direction the traffic jams are? Frankfurt is employer number 1 in Germany.

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