School

Grade one in listening

Grade one in listening

He doesn’t take it personally that they assigned him a pig book, says markus ungerer, deputy commander of the kitzingen fire department. "The adventures of eduard speck" (john saxby), which he read on friday to the class 3c of the st. Hedwig elementary school prepared actually have little to do with putting out fires or rescuing cats.

The story about the lazy farmyard pig still grabs the children who are sitting in the snowy seat on top of the fire truck. The third and fourth hours of school are reserved for listening today. Because all over germany children listen to stories.

Six stations

The annual nationwide reading day is an initiative of the stiftung lesen with other partners. The elementary school st. Hedwig sends her third and fourth graders out of school into the city this year: volunteers read to them from books at six stations. Without any sound effects or 3D animation. Ungerer already liked to read to his own two children in the evenings before they went to bed. Today, only the time of day and the fire suit make the difference.

School

Reading is a ticket to the world

Reading is a ticket to the world

About 200 students of the 1. And 2. This year, the first classes met in the auditorium of the elementary school at the monchsturm for the presentation of the reading touts.

The action was opened with the driving "piri-rap", which the first class restaurant owners presented. The second classes were waiting with an "ABC song" danced as a polonaise through the rows of spectators.

The high point was the handover of the reading mares, in which matthias teltz of the "bunten buchladen" (colorful bookstore) was the guest speaker the first reading book, which had previously been colorfully painted and labeled by the second-graders. So every tute is a unique piece. Speeches about reading and the world of books – delivered by second-graders – rounded off the event. The school beginners were happy about the presents – they are books after all"…A ticket to the whole world" and"…Fits better in a backpack than a tv" – as the children aptly stated.