nowe warsztaty INTERIOR ARTECUBO

opublikowane: 9 mar 2013, 06:54 przez eMSA Inicjatywa Edukacyjna   [ zaktualizowane 27 maj 2013, 06:36 ]
Makieciarskie warsztaty w salonie Artecubo - dla dzieci (powyżej 3 lat). Uczestnicy zabiorą swoje makiety do domu - jak zawsze na naszych warsztatach. W programie: chatki dla lalek lub dowolnych figurek. Będziemy robić malutkie mebelki i ustawiać je w malutkich pokoikach.
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Mock-up manual workshops in Artecubo lounge - for kids (over 3yo). Participants will take the mock-up and unused materials home - as usually at our workshops.
Programme: huts for puppets or any figures. We'll be doing tiny furniture and put them in the tiny rooms.

Date: Sobota, 1 czerwca / Saturday, June 1st
Godzina/Time: 14.30 / 2.30 pm
Łączny koszt / Total cost: 20 PLN (cykl miesięczny / month cycle: 68 PLN)
czas trwania/duration: ok./appx 60 min.
język/language: polski, angielski, rosyjski / Polish, English, Russian

Obowiązują zapisy i przedpłata abyśmy mogli przygotować materiały dla każdego uczestnika.

Jeśli wybierzecie opcję miesięczną (4 warsztaty sobotnie), za każdy zapłacicie tylko 17 zł, przedpłata wyniesie 68 zł!
Zapisy i szczegóły nt. przepdpłaty - tylko drogą mailową:
Nr rachunku do przedpłat otrzymacie mailowo, więc mailujcie do nas czym prędzej.
TERMIN rejestracji i przedpłaty: każdy czwartek przed każdą sobotą warsztatową / mailowo i przelewem (szczegóły w mailu zgłoszeniowym).
LICZBA MIEJSC OGRANICZONA, decyduje kolejność zgłoszeń:)

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Mandatory registration and pre-paid in order to enable us prepare the materials for each participant.
If you choose monthly option (4 Saturday workshops), then each lesson will cost you only 17 PLN! Then the monthly pre-paid will be 68 PLN!
Registration and pre-paid details -
onlyby mail:
Number of bank account for the pre-paid you will get by e-mail so e-mail us very soon.
DEADLINE for registration and pre-paid: each Thursday before each workshop-Saturday / by mail and transfer (details in registration e-mail).
NUMBER OF PLACES LIMITED, first register first serve:)

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Zdjęcia z poprzednich warsztatów / Photos of the previous workshops:
Zdjęcia z warsztatów nt. powstawania miasta / Photos of workshops on cities growth:



We didn't write the kids' age and we usually don't. No worries:) It's because our workshops are just manual, sensoric and perfect for everybody no matter age. Everybody may do whatever they want out of the products and materials that we supply. WE ALWAYS CUT THEM INTO PIECES so that the participants don't need to use scissors or knives - it's more safe and faster. We are also interested how the participants assign the little blocks of diverse materials - a piece of felt may be a pillow for one but it may be a lawn for another, a piece of styrophoam may be a house for one but a stool for another. It's always good to give people various opportunities to explore the surrounding and diverse textures.

Young age is very often in our workshops. We work then together with little kids but it's also very often so that little kids prefer to work alone. We alywas love it, it is fundamental for their growth - we are to support, to show the possibilities, but NOT to do things instead of them. Sometimes we teach of the canon, standards, <regulations>, for instance "stone is hard" or "sand is friable" but in fact, if you thing more deeply there are not many standards which stay stable:) The reality ivary, it is not stable and we teach children that. A stone may be soft in comparison with a very hard stone and with usage of heavy hammer. Sand may be infriable when it is wet. Trees are not always green as many teachers maintain in pre-schools and schools - sometimes they are black, sometimes they are orange, sometimes they are white. Children know it, they see it perfectly well, that's why they do not obey the stereotypical thinking and THIS IS THE MOST PRECIOUS thing to do. Getting older they surely will apply all these stereotypes but this is not our job to make it happen:) So we prefer to enable participants show or develop their creativity.

It's also normal that little kids (adults too:) need movement from time to time and so they can. They can stand up, lay down, walk, jump, whatever they need to free their creativity and good mood. Kids this age always play and learn via playing - this is called edutainment - they explore the world with sensoric activity, they check how hard things are, what shape, they practice their little fingers, usually they don't say much during this exploration, they are totally <into touching>.

The sooner kids start sensoric exploration, the better for them. After that the pre-school system and activity ich much easier to enter. Things that participants of various age do may be different than other persons, elder kids or adults. We just supply the products and materials, cut them before the workshops into little blocks, give the general topic and the participants do what they choose. We never force them to anything, just guide them, support and teach. That's our job - to show up their talents and skills, to give them new skills as well. The Artecubo interior is very friendly and the workshops will be after they finish their work, so little kids will not disturb anyone, the place is for them then, you are supposed to have good fun and edutainment:))

Some parents worries about 2 years old age kids. Well, 2 yo is not little:) If you comapre with babies 6 months old:)) 2 years old is the age of sensoric exploration, a lot of deep will to learn, we love it at kids:) In the beginning little kids didn't know what to do, they need time to check, explore, think and have courage to start exploring more. In this stage we support them very slightly. Then during workshop we teach them to build up something - first to put glue onto the blocks, then to put blocks together, to put trees, houses, walls... Sometimes they want to do abstract structure and this is always welcomed. Then they go like a storm:)) They are deeply fascinated with the mock-uping and little blocks of various material and texture. They touch each one, check it up, consider the usage and they just do it. The workshops are FOR kids, to TEACH them sth new, to DEVELOP their skills, not just paid and empty entertainment. We don't do that, we always teach kids sth new. And they teach us:)