NATURE LOVING KIDS
Daugavpils pilsetas 11.pirmsskolas izglitibas iestade
15-20 May 2022
Short-term joint staff training events
The importance of the activity:
1) The MEETING part aims to evaluate the project activities of C5 by exchanging the best practices carried out in partner kindergartens, evaluate all the project activities/training /data collection tools, update Project web page/ Project Outputs/ Twinspace project, review and plan Budget, Final Report and Dissemination activities.
2) The TRAINING aims to develop a long term plan by making commitment to foster Nature Education via Outdoor Learning in our kindergartens.
This activity is of essential importance in the evaluation of the project activities implemented in the previous 21 months.
Sun Day (preschoolers concert)
School area\Groups visiting / daily educational activities observing
Exhibition "Early childhood educational didactic nature board games"
Discussion of the observing activities
Visiting Daugavpils fortress
Workshops with Nature materials:
Reading Learning Educational Activity:
Math Learning Educational Activity:
Fruit Salad Cooking
Discussions and sharing experiences and pedagogy
Music Learning Educational Activity:
Water Musical Instruments
Educational Sport Activity "Using Hatha-Yoga and Stretching elements"
Educational Activity with preschool parents
Visiting Daugavpils city 17th preschool education institution
Visiting Daugavpils city 12th preschool education institution
Visiting Daugavpils J. Rainis 6. Secondary School
Visiting Medumu park
Discussion 1: Sharing good practices/Workshops
Partners organize activities according to the theme of the Day (Tolerance and Friendship Day)
Visiting Daugavpils city 26th Ecopreschool education institution
Visiting Daugavpils city 23th preschool education institution
Visiting Nature park "Stalkers" near the River Daugava
Discussion 2: Partners Workshops of good practices
Discussion 3: Partners Presentations of Sustainable Nature Education at Kindergartens
Discussion 4: Project Final Products Presentation
Workshops of Coordinators' good practices