Published by Ely C. Navarro in News - Blog AFTER Beach – AFTER Beach France the 1/09/2021 at 00:00
No more escaping to the sea! Goodbye water, stains, pants... It was great for the kids: splashing, jumping over the waves over the waves, snorkelling, practising ricocheting, playing outdoor games and running wild, playing with the games and crazy races, hunting for crabs among the rocks, picking up weird rocks or beautiful shells, having a good time or splendid shells, burying yourself up to your neck before building sand castles and even (yes, yes!), writing a subliminal message in the sand in huge letters, licking good dripping ice-creams ice cream, eating barbecued sausages with your fingers... and other ingenious and sporty activities. All their curiosity in full swing, they blossom in a different environment and discover many new sensations. Have you thought about raising their awareness of the need to protect the oceans?
Wonderful memories and the long-awaited reunion with mum and dad, finally free and relaxed. However... "No and its variants, spread some cream, put on your hat, put on your flip-flops, come and have a sip of water, don't splash the walkers, don't go too far away, don't throw your wrappers anywhere, it's don't throw your wrappers anywhere, it's time for a nap or to go home, shake your towel and fold it, put your stuff in the bag, get rid of the your stuff in the bag, get the sand off your feet before you put your shoes back on and get in the car... By the way, you can use the AFTER Beach Brush, it's made for." So much love and unavoidable precautions irritate these dear little blonde heads, but what a lot of and fatigue! They take part in the cooking, enjoy the meals all together, enjoy sleeping in, confide their little secrets, use and abuse cuddles, and for those and for those who have more than understanding parents, do without holiday homework! Yippee! Ah Sorry... isn't that your case?
What about Covid?
No respite for the virus. In some regions of France, new contaminations have been analysed. Faced with the progression of the variants and the massive arrival of holidaymakers, the locals are somewhat worried, the tourists locals are somewhat worried, but tourists are much less so. It's all about forgetting the daily grind It's all about forgetting the daily grind during your holiday and making the most of your free time, in case things get worse. However, it is important to talk about it with your children, to find out how they are coping with this new and anxiety-provoking situation (all of them know the words coronavirus and confinement) and if they do not develop psychological psychological problems. Wearing a mask (alas, not a diving mask) remains compulsory indoors, in markets, on buses and in garages. markets, buses and train stations. A well-deserved rest, of course, but caution is required and reminds us of our hygienic duties.
Back to school
That's it, it's back to school! After the summer break, getting back to reality can be a painful transition to get up early, get back into a respectable rhythm, eat at set times, go to school, study lessons and school, studying lessons and taking into account the health protocol to adapt to a new life. This impression of stress, however unpleasant, will eventually dissipate. In reality, for most kids, their classmates are The reality is that most kids have missed their classmates and their teacher. Crying, laughing, resignation, a new schoolbag, the time it takes for everyone to find their feet and everything will be fine. All the more so they will tell each other stories about their leisure time and anecdotes, filling the playground with The playground is filled with whispers and shouts; nothing better to delight the ears and hearts of the teachers, even if... Did you say distance learning?
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