Kiera’s KiTa

KiTa is short for Kindertagesstätte (Preschool). We got really lucky again- Kiera was placed in a great one. She really seems to like it and never complains about going. We pay a fraction of what we were paying in the States. Tuition is on a sliding scale based on salary until the child turns 5- then it’s free! Quinnie’s school is free as well. Here are some pics of the KiTa…

 

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All of the children need to leave a pair of rain boots and full length rain pants at the school. They are used every day for outside play to keep the kids dry and clean.

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Here’s Kiera in hers… She has a dress and raincoat on under there!

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All of the children (at Quinnie’s school also) have to wear Pantoffeln (slippers with a rubber sole) inside. You wouldn’t believe the selection of Pantoffeln in all of the stores during back- to -school time. We let the girls pick their own design. These are the ones Kiera wanted…

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One thought on “Kiera’s KiTa

  1. Grandma

    I love seeing where the girls go to school and to see the smiles on their faces! The schools look very organized, sunny and bright!

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