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Join us in the school year 2017/2018

Kindergartens

Every kindergarten that wishes to participate in our project can fill out the application.

Parents

Would you like your child to participate in an international ‘Say Hello to the World’ project? You can speak to your kindergarten teacher and inform her about us, or contact us. We will try to do our best to make it happen.

Children's Thoughts

  • I wish our new friends would come to visit us to our kindergarten. Jure, age 5
  • Or we could go visit them. Zoja, age 4
  • How would we go? Kaja, AGE 4
  • We have a big car and if we take out the seats, we could all go. Julya, AGE 4
  • Or we could go by train or by airplane. Tija, AGE 5
  • I would like to see them really close. Lana Maria, AGE 4
  • I would like to caress them and give them a kiss. Jure, AGE 5
  • Metka, are we really going to visit them? Isn’t that too far? Rožle, AGE 6
  • We could find friends with police officers and dogs.
  • We don’t know whether our friends are happy.
  • If you want a friend from another country, you need to learn how to speak their language.
  • To find friends, you need to travel the world by speed boat, airplane, train, or by car.
  • First, we need to knock on their door.
  • And we need a map, not to get lost.
  • We can also speak English: “Ai em sori! end Van, tu, fri…, Ver ar ju goin?, Helo!”
  • On a dance journey by train the children have met: In Vienna, I’ve met Martin Krpan with his mare and Brdaus, and in Zidani Most I’ve met the Sun.
  • Other children also dance, sing and work out, But our polka is very bouncy, which is not for me, because my feet hurt too much..
  • And some are dressed in the same skirts.
  • In America and Africa there are black children.
  • In China, they do not have the same eyes like us, they have slanted or narrower eyes, as if you pull your outer corners of your eyes outwards like this…
  • We need to bring a map, because we are going around the world.
  • We could see our friends in Lithuania from up close, if we took a good look with binoculars from outside, from the hill.
  • Comment on the dance ‘Journey by train’: “Come on Tony, connect your carriage!”