READY TO CONTINUE,
Our next step will be…
Learn to observe and understand the built environment
MAPS & COMMUNICATION
Imagine you are travelling to a city you never being before, and of course you don’t know anything about it. You are lost in the middle of the city, what can you do?
Do you think a map could help you?
What type of information can we find in a map?
Lets try to guess all together what type of information we can find in a map on Barcelona
Make a list (buildings, green areas, transport, museums, schools, hospitals,ETC)
LINK BCN MAP
We are ready to run a new adventure with OUR CITES PROGRAM
Throughout a series of activities they will learn, play and study their own city. They will exercise their imagination, test out ideas, explore new possibilities; developing new ways of thinking about the world around them. The five senses play an important role on their experience to define the environment.
WE WISH TO…
Generate enthusiasm &imaginative engagement with a collaborative creative process
So this year we are planning to run something new & different from the years before
HOW? Using simple materials with endless imagination!
TAKE A LOOK WHAT WE HAVE PREPARED…LIKE INTERACTIVE SPACE
LIKE INTERACTIVE SPACE from Arquikids, Barcelona on Vimeo.
Finally we will create a WORLDE! with all students LIKES
2. BARCELONA SKYLINE / Discover and understand urban design process
THINK TANK ABOUT OUR CITY BARCELONA!
Think about words related to CITY/ What do you know about your city
1. WORKSHOP Learning about each other Serbia -Barcelona
Learn about other’s country, history, geography, customs, and culture.
OUR CITIES 2014 SERBIA BARCELONA from Arquikids, Barcelona on Vimeo.
During our first workshop 1.Learning about each other
Kids have designed a colour POP UP CARD for their friends in Helsinki
1.WORKSHOP HELSINKI · BARCELONA 2012
LEARNING ABOUT EACH OTHER _ March 22
(Learn about other’s country, history, geography, customs, and culture.)
This are some tips our friends from ARKKI SCHOOL, Helsinki have sent us about Finland
Our friends from Japan have sent us a video of the Paper Dome