I will tell you how we started working on the project step-by-step.
First I told my sixth and third graders, that I found a very interesting project on internet about flying kites and told them that it would be a great job from Georgian students to be involved in the project and join the world's children with the dream for a better world. The children were glad to hear about it and we decided to make the kites.
|We watched a video to study how to make kites|
I also offered our elementary school teacher from the 4th grade to involve her students in the project.
The younger children weren't able to make the kites, so I allowed them to to buy the kites in shops.
On the 21st of March all the participants gathered in the schoolyard with their kites.I told the students that this project was dedicated to Janusz Korczak, who advocated for the rights of children.
After that we walked to the stadium, which is at the beginning of village Gavazi. Before flying the kites the children said their wishes and the Big Day started.
|Tatia's kite says: I love you|
|Children are having fun|
|At the stadium|
At last we had a race. The winners became the 4th grader Levani Nareklishvili and the 6th grader Mariam revazishvili. The children were so excited and happy.
I hope our participating in the project "Talking Kites" was a universal movement for co-existence and tolerance."World will be better", Gavazi Public School children hope.