Tag Archives: american embassy

Moving Resources and History Boxes

Screen Shot 2014-11-22 at 6.29.57 AMKids on the Move, A Relocation Workbook is a scrapbook, photo album, and activity book to help kids say goodbye, enjoy their move, and celebrate their new home. There is plenty of room for processing feelings, collecting memories, and anticipating the future. Great for kids ages 3 – 12 (younger children will need parental help).

On Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/Relocation-Workbook-Leah-Moorefield-Evans/dp/1503196585/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1425144564&sr=8-1&keywords=leah+moorefield+evans

Screen Shot 2015-02-25 at 2.04.56 PMEmbassy Kids Coloring Book is a 40-page book full of coloring pages that explain who you might find in an embassy, what the embassy does, and what resources might be available to help your family. Learn what some of those abbreviations mean and draw a few pictures of your own. This is great for kids and adults who like to color.

On Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/Embassy-Kids-Coloring-Moorefield-Evans/dp/1507828489/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1425144564&sr=8-2&keywords=leah+moorefield+evans

Screen Shot 2014-10-19 at 8.17.12 AMAmerican-History-in-a-Box is a correspondence course for elementary children who want to learn the major concepts in American History as set forth in the Virginia Standards of Learning. Includes 10 – 14 award winning non-fiction and fiction, 4 -5 fun games and puzzles, and basic supplies. Reimbursable for some FS families, email afterschoolplans@gmail.com for your “Reimbursement Approval Request” form.



Embassy Kids Coloring Book

Screen Shot 2015-02-02 at 8.33.56 PMWe are excited to offer our newest resource for expat kids! Our coloring book helps children learn all about an embassy while completing activities and letting those artistic inclinations loose! The coloring book has forty pages that cover who you would meet at an embassy, what services you might find, and even a bit about expat life.

Click Here to Download for $4.99

Screen Shot 2015-02-02 at 8.34.22 PMYou will learn about the Ambassador, the Deputy Chief of Mission or DCM, services such as the commissary, health unit, and Community Liaison Office, or CLO. You can fill a shelf with your favorite American foods, decorate the Defense Attache’s desk, and create your own local artwork for the Public Affairs Office (PAO). Just don’t forget to memorize the phone number for Post One!

Screen Shot 2015-02-02 at 8.35.04 PMThis book is for children in pre-school through fifth grade. Parents can read the book to younger children but older children can read, learn, and color! Take it along on your plane ride or review a few pages a night as you prepare to leave for your first post. We’d love to hear feedback. Email us at afterschoolplans@gmail.com with any suggestions for improving this book.

Screen Shot 2015-02-02 at 8.35.48 PMHow do you order? It’s simple. In the next few days you will be able to purchase a copy from our publisher, CreateSpace.com, or order it from Amazon.com here for $6.99. In the meantime, you can download a PDF to print off at home and start reading, learning, and coloring right away! Please, one download per family!

You can also download your 41 page document here for $4.99.