Preparing for the “Red riding hood” performance at the 1st Primary school of Schimatari

The pupils of the 5th and 6gh grade are preparing for the presentation of the tale of “Red riding hood” . After talking about the meaning of the tale as well as the messages it brings forward, each club started working on their part. Once the pupils decided on what they would need from the art club, the pupils of that club started working on the costumes and scenery.

 

At the same time, pupils from the dance-music  club are practising on  writting the lyrics for a song about the tale of Red riding hood and sing an English song which is going to be part of the final performance.

 

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2nd reading night

On April 25th we had the 2nd transnational reading night where pupils from all four schools participated in activities with a common theme… myths from our region. In the first part of the event, all pupils worked on a myth of their choice and created drawings or used other online applications to produce a comic for their myth. On the second part of the reading night, we all “met” on a live eTwinning event and presented our myths and drawings or pictures. All the myths which were presented were then used in order to produce an e-book. Following are some pictures from the event.

GREECE

This year’s meeting was attended by 15 students, 2 teachers and 1 parent from Gimnazjum im. ks. Jana Twardowskiego in Rozogi, Poland; 33 students, 6 teachers, 10 parents from the 1st Primary School of Schimatari, in Greece; 12 pupils, 4 teachers in Osnovna šola Toma Brejca, Kamnik, in Slovenia and 27 pupils and 4 teachers in Osnovna škola Darda, Croatia.

POLAND

 

CROATIA

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