In Spain we have enjoyed a lot to go on with the story… What will he do tomorrow? Thanks to this activity our pupils worked on creativity, language, rhythm and intonation, poetry, cooperation, design, arts,… We can´t wait to see what others did!!
Today we made pictures from the shapes. We started out discusing what item or character each shape was for. Than we decided what shape to use for that particular item if there were multiple possibilities. We cut the shapes with scissors and made arrangements for each page using the different shapes. We used concepts like above, below or in the middle.
Now the children from the different countries have made their suggestions of SHAPES that we could use instead of items and characters in the Saga of the Green Cat. The children in Iceland will now discuss the different suggestions and decide what shapes to use in the story.
The green cat Pika went for a Walk and saw some flowers on a meadow. Pika was playing with flowers. Flowers smelled really nice. They smelled so nice that Pika fall asleep. When Pika woke up, she ate grass. Then Pika went home. There she drank some milk and cottage chees and pudding. Then she fell asleep again.
“Koci kurier? Miau!” (Cat`s courier? Meow!) – with such a holler Bees went for the walk to the Vet clinic, for that to deliver lots of goods collected by parents and children for cats waiting for their new house in Vet Adoption Centre.
Bees took special Erasmus+ rucksacks filled with food, toys and products of care, which support animals waiting in Vet Clinic for new owners and families.
At the begining of the visit, while waiting in the anteroom, children had an opportunity to observe animals, both those showing happiness on kids view, and those being afraid of the visit. then – kindergarteners saw a real courier, delivering medicine to the clinic. Suddenly, there was a phonecall asking for an immediate help needed for the dog living nearby. That was real Animals Emergency!
The Vet and her assistant explained the way they check animals health and important equipment in the Clinic. They were really patient answering children questions (like the one about cats` dentist or animals behaviour while the visit). Later children saw the black cat waiting in a clinic for new home and another cat, having his paw in a plaster!
Our mission is accomplished! All snacks, toys and blankets went from Erasmus rucksacks straight to the clinic table. We hope it will make kittens` time in an Adoption Centre more cosy and tasty!
We are really proud of our preschoolers and their parents. Well done!