STAGE 1– THE CIRCLE
Games and activities “strictly” in circles give the children the opportunity to tell their own stories without fear, highlighting the specific characteristics of each of them. The circle shape allows everyone to look in the eyes and representing the world, in which everyone can integrate and interact with each other globally in a comprehensive way.
“The circle is symbolically important because the points of the circle that we represent are all equidistant from the center, as we are all important in the same way”
STAGE 2 – THE CIRCLE
Through series of games, the children have the opportunity to experience “different ways of perceiving and experiencing the reality,” experiencing communication methods that bring into play not only verbal language, but also our whole person.
STAGE 3– EQUAL OR DIFFERENT?
Through the testimony and the meeting with the operators of the working group, the children have the opportunity to understand the feelings and difficulties, many people face in their daily lives due to their different physical, intellectual, sensory conditions, or simply because they come from a foreign country.
“In the workshop it is also scheduled to go out for a or more walks in the neighborhood in which the children have the opportunity to share with people with disabilities, the difficulties that they encounter on the streets full of architectural and cultural barriers”
STAGE 4 – I LEARN … DOING
The experience takes the kids to achieve a final product in which it is to focus on the topics covered in the workshop such as the creation of tarpaulins and billboards on which the children can skillfully transfer the key concepts of the training course addressed.