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Week 4, Paris and Crêpes

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I’m partnering with Galileo Learning for my 52 weeks series today to share an easy way to keep the kids engaged and learning, even when they aren’t in school.

We don’t always get to travel during summer break, so we have to find other ways to keep the boys learning. One of those ways is to teach them through creation and exploration, doing something hands on. In my partnership with Galileo Camps, I learned that one of the themes at their Bay Area Summer Camps is international cooking and desserts. It inspired the perfect opportunity to make something easy and delicious for snack, Crêpes!

1 egg
1c flour (regular)
2c almond milk (or milk)

mix together and cook on medium until bubbles come through, then flip and brown the opposite side. serve with fresh fruit, hazelnut spread, or anything else you’d like.

The boys helped me get the crêpes ready for cooking, and read one of their favorite (special, they aren’t easily accessible) books about Paris while they waited. After they devoured their snack, we went back to reading the book before Søren headed off to nap time.

I’m happy to share that Galileo Learning is offering a $30 discount off Summer Camp for Team Wiking readers using the code 2015INNOVATE. If you register your child for a camp by March 2nd, you will save $20 per week at Camp Galileo and Galileo Summer Quest or $10 per class ($20 off a full day) at Summer Camps @ The Tech. Early bird savings apply automatically to your camp purchase and can be combined with the multi-session discount.

What do you do to keep your kids engaged or learning during school breaks? Did you go to summer camp as a child?

Keep reading if you want to share photos from your third week in the linkup.

52 Weeks is a portrait of my child once a week, every week in 2015. To see the whole series, click here.

This post is sponsored by Galileo Learning. To learn more about Galileo Camps and how you can keep your kids learning during the summer, please visit their website. All opinions, text, and images are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make life here at Team Wiking a little sweeter.

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  1. This is such a brilliant idea. Although I don’t have kids (yet), I’m saving this one away for when I do. Pairing food with some sort of cultural learning experience seems like such a fun way to learn and keep kids engaged! And now I have a new crepe recipe, so thank you!

    The What’s In Between

    1. Thanks, I hope you enjoy your crêpes!

  2. Love these photos!

    My husband and I have his daughter every summer for the entire summer break. We are adamant about her continuing to learn, even on her school break. This past summer, we had her read a book every night. She hadn’t learned how to count money, so we spent a majority of our “study time” learning that with play money. I found that playing while teaching works best for her. So we’d set up a little store in the house and she would pay me in exact change.

    Connie | Sponsored by Coffee

    1. That is really sweet. I think a lot of kids learn through play/hands on activities the best. Aiden earns an allowance every week by doing chores and then spends his money however he’d like (within’ reason). He’s currently saving it up to buy a 3d printer, lol. 🙂