NERAKI 2…in Volos, Greece!

Thanks to Valya Stergioti, Environmental Interpreter and MELDER, Neraki, our children’s workshop, was organized for a second time in Volos, Greece on July 8th for 20 children ages 6-11.

Image Courtesy of Steki Paidou

Here’s a bit about her experience:

“The overall response, both from children and grown-ups who
watched and helped in the implementation, was once again positive.

The highlights were the maps (a huge success even for the younger children).
During the game, 3 out of 4 groups were very excited about building airports
to increase local tourism..Unfortunately, for them, all “visitors” decided
to leave these villages due to noise pollution and visit the one village that
had refused to build the airport.

Another highlight was the stone interview. They had many questions to
ask the stone and not one of them (not even the olden ones) could resist
the “magical characteristics” of it!

And of course, they very much enjoyed the 20-year project…we had theater, music, collage and painting.”

Image Courtesy of Steki Paidou
Thanks to Valya Stergioti, Environmental Interpreter and MELDER, Neraki, our children’s workshop, was organized for a second time in Volos, Greece on July 8th for 20 children ages 6-11.

Image Courtesy of Steki Paidou

Here’s a bit about her experience:

“The overall response, both from children and grown-ups who watched and helped in the implementation, was once again positive.

The highlights were the maps (a huge success even for the younger children). During the game, 3 out of 4 groups were very excited about building airports to increase local tourism..Unfortunately, for them, all “visitors” decided to leave these villages due to noise pollution and visit the one village that had refused to build the airport.

Another highlight was the stone interview. They had many questions to ask the stone and not one of them (not even the olden ones) could resist the “magical characteristics” of it!

And of course, they very much enjoyed the 20-year project…we had theater, music, collage and painting.”

Image Courtesy of Steki Paidou