Staying at home is in full swing this weekend as well and we will try to make it as easy as possible for you with our newsletter.
In an attempt to create one big list of things you can do at home with your kids, we will leave all activities from the last newsletter in this one too, plus we’ll add new ones, every week, marking them with (NEW)
So here is this week’s extended edition of
While you can’t go to any museum in Luxembourg, here are 12 museums around the world that you can actually go to, without leaving your living room.
(NEW) A collection of virtual walk-throughs for dozens of international museums, from Paris to New Delhi: Google Arts and Culture
Message from OZONE: Luxembourg’s largest Trampoline Parc and only Ninja Obstacle course: For solidarity and respect
Our doors had to close temporarily a week ago, as it was the case for many other businesses.
We have spent family time this week … but we know that many other families do not have this privilege to spend time with their children and their closest as they help and sacrifice their lives for the wellbeing of our community to overcome this terrible period.
All our thoughts go to them: nurses, doctors, policemen, firemen, bus drivers… etc etc
Nobody knows when life will be back to normal, when people can be reunited, when we can be free to circulate as usual. Unfortunately, many businesses will be at risk to survive the coming weeks without income.
Ozone’s first anniversary weekend was scheduled for April 4/5, which will obviously need to be rescheduled… but we have time to think about how to make it a VERY SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND… and everyone’s feedback is very welcome. If you have any ideas, please send us an email or a message via Facebook.
Let’s make it colourful and memorable! To all the kids out there: Draw a picture of your hero or a situation during the Covid-19 time, something that you want to share and that is important to you. We will reserve a wall at the parc where we will hang up all those pictures and share them with everyone. If you want to share them online with us, and we will put them on our website and share them on our Facebook page, please email your pictures to us.
As a special THANK YOU AND AS A SIGN OF RESPECT to those that have helped our community and were therefore unable to spend time with their children, Ozone will offer you ONE HOUR OF FUN with your kids on our trampolines and ninja obstacle course during the Anniversary weekend!
We have all understood that life can be interrupted unexpectedly and that we all need to do what is best for our Community, currently stay at home.
For our parc and most other businesses, this is an extremely difficult financial time and we hope that all the businesses will survive this financial crisis, but most importantly we want all of you to be safe and healthy… and we look forward to welcoming you soon at Ozone.
Make art, make crafts. Whether your print out a page for the kids to color, do a paint-by-numbers masterpiece, a knitted scarf or a piece of pottery, creating will ease your mind and keep your kids busy.
Now it’s the time to make that recipe! It’s been sitting in your bookmarks — and in the hungry corner of your brain — for months now. It will taste good! It’s time to make that difficult dessert or that day-long roast. You have all day to master it!
The Metropolitan Opera is streaming past performances nightly for free
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(NEW) Scholastic daily courses for students from Pre-kindergarten to grades 6 and higher.
From learning about why zebras have stripes to math lessons based on K-Pop stars, Scholastic’s learning plans cover all the subjects your student would be taking at school.
Visit the “Learn at Home” website
(NEW) Kids Can Continue Learning French
Starting on Monday March 23, France 4 modifies all of its daytime programs to broadcast live lessons given by teachers. So from Monday to Friday:
9h – 10h for CP – CE1: 30 min of reading and 30 min of math
10h – 11h fun-educational programs for pre-school children
1.30pm-2pm It’s still not rocket science, especially for 8-12 year olds
2 p.m. – 3 p.m. for college students: 30 min of French and 30 min of math
3 p.m. – 4 p.m. for high school students (especially the first and final years): 1 hour of French, Maths, Histoire-Géo, Anglais or Philo
4 p.m. – 4:50 p.m. The Lumni house for ages 8-12 and more specifically for CM1 – CM2
The rest of the day and weekends, priority will be given to a fun educational program that will alternate content for school use, with more entertaining programs.
World Book Online have just made their fabulous collection of over 3,000 ebooks and audiobooks available for free for children to access at home. They have books suitable for all ages.
Access it here
(NEW) FREE audio stories for kids
For as long as schools are closed, Audible are open. Kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
(NEW)Stories in Luxemburgish for kids aged 3-7
Listen to Charlotte, aka Potty Lotty or the woman with the silly hat reading stories for your little ones.
A field trip to Ellis Island?
Via the zoo webcams drop in on the habitats of some of the animals
(NEW)Keep the kids having fun and engaged with these 50 Plus Easy Indoor Activities for Kids using simple household items and recycled materials.
See suggestions here