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Play and learn!
Start date: 01 Sep 2014, End date: 31 Aug 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

With this project we would like to study different methods and materials and how different learning environment can help young children to learn things as language, letters/alphabet, writing and reading . Also sharing ideas of how we can teach the children through nature using outdoor teaching methods. We would like to connect these ideas with each countries curriculum. During the project time the emphasis will be different each year. The first year it will be on outdoor activities in different subjects. The second year we will emphasize on outdoor education in different seasons. In the third year we will focus on learning how to read and write in a playful way using different methods and materials inside and outside. Learning in a playful way when you are young may give you security and a lust for learning. We want the children to experience that it is fun to learn and give them confidence in the learning environment which they can carry with them through their whole life! We are going to run our project with all students and our biggest aim will be to activate students' interest and willingness. Our goal is that students will always discover the ways for progress and for reaching the highest and the furthest point. During the project we will try new methods and see witch are most successful in each school and then we will practice them and find out if it helps us making progress in teaching the children. The results will be compared at project meetings. In the end of the project we hope to have a better learning environment for the children, more qualified teachers and there for better schools. By succeeding we will have happier children and teachers. There are four organizations in four different countries that will take part in this project. The plan is to have project meetings with all participants three times a year besides communicating via e-mail regularly.
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