Learning Adventures

learning adventureThe background is that the schools primarily follow the curriculum and often leave little space for the children to discover and shape the world themselves. Here we want to compensate with the learning adventures and playfully impart basics and values ​​of everyday life. The ideas of Montesori and Froebel provide us with inspiration. At the first event, we informed the interested parents and picked up their wishes. The most mentioned one was the need to offer children a variety of opportunities and impulses so that they can find what they are interested in.

The first activity was to fold paper hats together (children and parents), something that doesn't seem so common in Kenya. Then we painted the hats and wore them for the catching game "Fisherman at the river". The next event is planned for the end of March.



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