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Babysitting with English and Music

Ad type: Other
Location: Berlin
Date added: 12 May 2014

I'm offering babysitting on a regular or occasional basis in Prenzlauer Berg. As well as looking after your kids I can educate them in english and music at the same time - I have taught english to kids from 2 and above (native British english speaker), and am an experienced musician and music teacher (brass instruments, singing and piano).

I'm available most evenings of the week, and sometimes during the day. Please don't hesitate to email or call to inquire about rates and availability.
015735529880

Email: sandersabigail@hotmail.com

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