Day 17: write the longest letter in the world

writing the longest letter in the world is not so easy. For one thing, you have to figure out who the letter is to. And then the all-decisive question: what exactly should it say in this letter? This is probably

Day 16: Land a space shuttle safely

Whether a space shuttle still flies when there is a corona crisis, I could not answer my son. We decided without further ado to revive the program. One of the most delicate moments is the re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere.

Day 15: Indian times completely without cowboys

What exactly do Indians do when there are no cowboys around. I see. Put up tents, build a fire, hunt, cook, and then do it all over again.#lockdownwithchild #coronaisnotboring #lebenmitkindern #athome #diary #stayathome

Day 14: prepare a real espresso

Some of my son’s wishes surprise me. Then I’m a little touched. After all, he doesn’t like espresso himself, I suspect. But if he insists, it probably just has something to do with me. However, he was a little disappointed

Day 13: an afternoon in a new favourite corner

…sometimes it just takes a day off, a friend and a good book. #lockdownwithchild #coronaisnotboring #lebenmitkindern #athome #diary #stayathome

Day 12: Mission Impossible

the question is not whether to give the children sweets, but how. Under certain conditions, with the right approach, you can create half an hour of activity. Just give the child a task. You may eat it if you can

Day 11: Stick bread over the open fire

The kindergarten has a spring festival every year. It was clear to me from the beginning that it would be difficult to explain to my son that the festival would probably not take place this year. I also knew that

Day 10: Physical experiment No. 2

how does the rain feel, when nobody is outside to get wet. And does a rain shower feel like real rain? How does a rain shower sound when you hold an umbrella under it. Questions for the physical experiment No.

Day 9: Being President

To survive a crisis, you need strong leadership. I have explained to my son that there is no king for such situations anymore. There are still kings, but they are no longer involved in the government of a country. The

Day 8: Training the shooting skills with bow and arrow

…there are usually strict rules about bow and arrow. Only outdoors, never on people, do no harm. But wish is wish. To improve your shooting skills, you sometimes need targets that are particularly exciting. The last flowers on the table.#lockdownwithchild