Service Industry English/
Kids Club

Total: 29 words

Welcome to the Kids Club! / Let's have some fun!

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used to greet the children upon arrival, creating a friendly and inviting atmosphere

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Are you ready for an exciting day?

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said to the children to build anticipation and eagerness for the activities planned for the day at the kids club of a hotel

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What activities would you like to do today?

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a way to ask kids which activities they would like to participate in

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Let's play some games together!

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used to suggest starting a game or group activity and inviting the children to participate

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Do you need any help or assistance?

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a way to ask children if they need help with anything, be it with an activity, game, or even their shoelaces

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The kids club is a safe and supervised environment.

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used to reassure parents and guardians that the kids club is a controlled area where children's safety is prioritized and all activities are supervised by qualified staff

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We have a variety of activities for children of all ages.

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used to indicate that the kids club provides diverse, age-appropriate activities to engage all children

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Parents are welcome to join their children in the kids club.

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used to inform parents or guardians that they are allowed and encouraged to participate alongside their children at the kids club

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We have trained staff members who will ensure a fun and engaging experience.

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used to reassure parents and guardians that the staff are professionally trained to provide children with an enjoyable and safe experience

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What is your name?

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asked to learn a child's name

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How old are you?

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asked to determine the age of a child

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Have you been to a kids club before?

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used to understand if the child has previous experience with the structure and activities of a kids club

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What activities do you enjoy the most?

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a way to ask for a child's personal preferences in terms of activities

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Would you like to participate in a craft activity or a game?

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provides the child with a choice between a hands-on, creative activity or a more dynamic, playful activity

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Are there any specific interests or preferences you have that we should know about?

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asked to uncover any unique hobbies, likes, or dislikes that the child might have

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Do you have any allergies or medical conditions we should be aware of?

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asked to learn about any health-related issues or restrictions that need to be taken into account when planning activities or serving food

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Is there anything you would like to learn or try during your time at the kids club?

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asked to allow the child to express any specific interests they may have

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Do you have any friends or siblings joining you today?

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asked to learn if a child has a companion whom they can play or learn with

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Are there any toys or games you would like to play with?

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used to gauge the child's interests and preferences in terms of play

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Our staff members are here to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone.

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used to reassure both the child and their parents that the kids club is a supervised, fun, and secure environment

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I am [child's age] years old.

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used by a child to communicate their age to the staff

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Yes, I have been to a kids club before.

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a confirmation from a child when asked if they have previous experience attending a kids club

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I enjoy playing games and doing arts and crafts.

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used by a child to express their interests in different activities offered at the kids club

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I would like to participate in a craft activity.

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used by a child to express their preference for a more creative activity, like drawing or painting

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I love animals and would like to learn more about them.

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said by a child to express a specific interest in animals

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I have no allergies or medical conditions.

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said by a child, or their parent, to inform the staff that they do not have any known allergies or medical conditions

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I would like to try painting and drawing.

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used by a child to express their interest in art-related activities

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Yes, my friend/sibling [name] is joining me today.

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said by a child when asked if they are attending the kids club with any friends or siblings

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I would like to play with LEGO blocks and puzzles.

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used by a child to specify the types of toys or games they are interested in playing

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