Does your children know where their milk comes from? Based on new research from Cadbury Dairy Milk Buttons, it reveals one in five children between the ages of four and eight don’t know that milk comes from cows and over a fifth of five year olds (23 per cent) think that chocolate is made from eggs.
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Shopping at Tesco is always a regular choice for me as not only it is a bigger EXTRA store, they also offer a free venue for our Lichfield Mandarin Club every Tuesday from 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm. We have been using their community room since last year December for our Chinese class. This works out great for us as my children go to learn their mother’s tongue and I can also have two hours of child free grocery shopping and have some relaxing cup of tea at the in-store Costa.
Some of you might know that I was born in Singapore and my family never celebrated Christmas while we were growing up. As we live here in the UK though, I want my children to have some of the Christmas spirit as their friends do so they don’t miss out. So since two years ago, we started to make a gingerbread house as part of our Christmas tradition at home!