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    • LITTLE EUROPEANS KNOW EACH OTHER EU LLP COMENIUS MULTILATERAL SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP PROJECT ACTIVITY PLAN FOR PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION SUBJECTS COUNTRY / CITY Portugal – Torres Novas SCHOOL Assentis and Chancelaria School Centre LEVEL / AGE GROUP From 3 to 6 years THE NAME OF THE ACTIVITY TITLE OF THE LESSON St. Martin’s Day TOPIC / MAIN IDEA - Search for the origin of the St. Martin’s Legend - Live and keep up the tradition SUBJECT St. Martin’s Day MATERIALS - Dry pine needles - Firewood - Chestnuts - Milk packets OBJECTIVES - To celebrate the tradition and legend - To interact with the educational community METHODS AND TECHNIQUES Project work ACTIVITY - Visualize a film about the legend and exploring it - Searching for stories about the theme - Collecting dry pine needles, firewood and chestnuts with the families collaboration, so as to celebrate this day - Reusing recyclable materials ( school milk packets) to make the traditional recipients to fill in with the already roasted chestnuts First of all, teachers lit the fire using the firewood and the dry pine needles. After that, the chestnuts were roasted and the children and adults could eat them. The excitement grew at the top when the children sang and made some games around the campfire. Children also made facial paintings with coal. Some time later, in the classroom children made some graphs of the activity.
    • Assessment - This activity is integrated in the School Educational Project and in the Activity Year Plan and its objectives were accomplished. Children and adults lived this tradition with great excitement and joy.