Datum objave: 7. February, 2024.

This week’s eco-Wednesday as part of the project “Kornati – it is important to know about the sea 8” celebrated an often forgotten part of nature: wetlands. 🦆🦢🌿

In anticipation of the International Day of Wetlands and Wetlands, which was celebrated on February 2, children from the kindergarten group “Školjkica” – regional facility in Betina, as part of the Kindergarten “Spužvica” – Tisno, first discovered who lives in wetlands and how many actually important. This was followed by the making of paper origami frogs, and we ended with a frog race passing through swamps, puddles and stones.

Finally, the children received an informative leaflet with information about the importance of wetlands, which includes a coloring book of various animals and plants that live in stagnant waters. 🐸🦤🪿

See how the workshop went in the gallery!

*The project is financed by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia

*The European Solidarity Corps (ESS) is a program of the European Union to strengthen solidarity in various areas: from helping disadvantaged people and providing humanitarian aid to engagement for health and the environment in the EU and beyond.

The program offers young people the opportunity to respond to the needs of the community, make a concrete contribution to society, and in the process gain invaluable experience and develop new skills. The program is also intended for organizations active in the field of solidarity that want to involve young people in their activities.

Volunteers from the European Solidarity Forces program took part in the activity.

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