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2nd Graders in Texas Learn about Brazil

Brazilian au pair Aline is spending her year in Jennifer Stein's Texas cluster.  As part of her UCLA educational requirement Aline took the opportunity to introduce her culture to 2nd grade students at the Adventist Christian Academy of Texas in Loop, Texas. Aline taught the children about the significance of the three colors of the [...]

By | February 15th, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on 2nd Graders in Texas Learn about Brazil

Au Pairs Sharing the LOVE Here and Everywhere

Spreading the LOVE across the world with those messages from the Au Pair In America community!

By | February 14th, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Au Pairs Sharing the LOVE Here and Everywhere

Saying “Happy New Year” in Chinese

Washington, D.C. Community Counselor Natalie Skidmore shared a video from a host family whose children were taught to say "Happy New Year" in Chinese by their au pair Winnie W.  This holiday provided another opportunity to build bridges and learn about other cultures.  

By | February 8th, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Saying “Happy New Year” in Chinese

World Thinking Day – Au Pairs and Girl Scouts!

February 22 is World Thinking Day.  This is a special day for the Girl Scouts where they take part in activities that promote changing the world for the better. Troops all across the United States will be learning about a different country. Elaine Lyon, Community Counselor for Alexandria, VA, invited au pair Giovana to present about [...]

By | February 6th, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on World Thinking Day – Au Pairs and Girl Scouts!

Au Pairs: How Do You Say “I Love You”?

Enter Au Pair in America's 2019 Valentine's Day Contest! Want to spread the love this Valentine’s Day? Teach your host child(ren) how to say “I love you!” CLICK HERE for contest details.

By | February 6th, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Au Pairs: How Do You Say “I Love You”?

Lunar New Year Craft

February 5th, 2019 is the Lunar New Year.  Children all across Asia are given pocket money nestled in bright red envelopes. Started in the Han Dynasty, coins (objects that looked like coins) were tied together with red string and given to ward off evil spirits. Eventually the red string became red envelopes. More about the [...]

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Au Pairs – Send Us Your Lunar New Year Photos

Are you or your host family celebrating the Lunar New Year?  If so, please send us a photo of your celebration.  Please include: Your Name Your Country Name of your Community Counselor https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/lunar-new-year-2019/index.html. STR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images

By | February 4th, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Au Pairs – Send Us Your Lunar New Year Photos

Song About Being an Au Pair by Former Au Pair Madlené N.

Spread Your Wings is written and preformed by Maddie N. under the pseudonym Fame Anderson. Maddie was an Au Pair from South Africa for 2 years and then became a Theatre Major at Montgomery College. She wrote this song about how it felt to leave her country and become an Au Pair far away in [...]

By | February 1st, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Song About Being an Au Pair by Former Au Pair Madlené N.
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