Fairytale: A source of knowledge

The Municipality of Kavala and Saita Publications invite you for a weekend dedicated to the love for reading, development of the imagination and cultivation of creativity on the occasion of the fairytale, in the event hall of the Public Library.
On Saturday the 30th of November, from 18.00 to 20.00, parents, kindergarteners and educators by participating on the discussion with the topic: “An afternoon without television: how to make children love reading?” they learned, amongst other things, creative ways of preoccupation for children through the books from Saita Publications, practical advice on how to sensitize children on reading and discovering the “Magic Card Deck of fairytales”.

On Sunday the 1st of December from 11.00 to 13.00, Elementary and High School students will learn unknown aspects of local history, and create their own fairytales about Kavala, one for each season of the year.
The speakers and facilitators are:
Costas Stoforos, writer-reporter, creator of “Fairytalekitchen”
Stefania Velthemiri, painter-conservator, creator of “Fairytalekitchen”
Iraklis Lampadariou, Philologist-creator of Saita Publications

Entrance is free

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Saturday, 30th of November 18.00-20.00
A meeting, an opportunity for a discussion on the topic: “An afternoon without television: how to make children love reading?”
It is addressed to parents, educators and kindergarteners. Students, who will have the opportunity to create their own magic card deck, are welcome to the event.
 Creative preoccupation ideas through the Saita books, Iraklis Lampadariou
Child and the book (practical ideas to make our children love the book and reading), Costas Stoforos
Creating our own stories with the Magic Card Deck (presenting the Magic Card Deck and the way in which it helps children to become more creative and develop their imagination), Stefania Velthemiri

Sunday, the 1st of December 2013 11.00-13.00
Kavala: The four season Fairytale
Released from Saita Publications are four colorful fairytales, one for each season:
Red for spring
Yellow for summer
Orange for autumn
White for winter
One the occasion of these fairytales, and with the help from the Magic Card Deck of fairytales, and inspired by the history of Kavala, together with the children we created four fairytales which take place in the four seasons of the year in the city.

Translation from Greek: Metaxia Tzimouli

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