Δράση για παιδιά: Τα Λουλούδια του Μάη - Εικόνα

The Forest Group (Παρέα του Δάσους) comes to springtime Stavros Niarchos Park on May 1st, at the most magical moment of the Park, to greet our young visitors. Children observe nature, play, learn, and create original flowers and insects made of paper. 

We discover what is happening in nature at this time of the year. We observe the blossoming of the garden plants and the way in which they work together with insects-pollinators. 

Employing specially designed motor and sensory games, children become aware of the importance of pollination, and of what we can do to help nature’s work. 
We create original flowers and insects made of paper and recyclable materials to decorate our May Day wreath! 

During the Forest Group's educational workshops, by means of environmental, motor and sensory games and activities, and following the stimuli provided by the natural environment and the seasons of the year, young and old participants get to play, explore, discover and immersively learn about nature and its wonders, developing their environmental awareness. 

Design - Implementation: Παρέα του Δάσους (The Forest Group) 

Sunday 01/05 | 10.30-12.00 & 12.30-14.00
SOUTHERN WALKS 

For children 6 to 10 years old | Up to 20 persons per slot
Free entry via online pre-registration

 

For their entrance at the venue, participants aged 17 and under must demonstrate, a negative rapid test (48 hours) or PCR (72 hours), or a self-test (24 hours) of a negative result. While for participants 18 years and older it is necessary to demonstrate a negative rapid test (48 hours) or PCR (72 hours). No Covid-19 test (PCR, rapid, self-test) is required for adult and underage holders of a valid vaccination certificate or a certificate of recovery.

For all cases of an official document demonstration, a parallel identity check of the holder will be carried out.

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