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To take part in a Kidlink project,
read the short information about our projects on this page, select one, and complete the following steps:
- Go to the project page you have chosen to participate in and follow the instructions to register for it. Almost all our projects have a link to their Application Form to fill out. If there is not, you have to write to the coordinator.
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Coordinator: Pia Avolio de Martino
I Describe Myself and You Draw me – D/D – Two sessions: September 2018 and February 2019
D/D is a multicultural art project that by using observation, description and drawing, enhances writing and descriptive skills. It allows students to describe their physical and psychological aspects, and therefore to gain awareness of their behaviour, interests, habits. More about this project…
Coordinator: Terry Smith
Landmark Game – Next session: February 2019
As a whole class or in small teams, students choose a culturally, historically, or geographically significant Landmark anywhere in the world, and research facts about its location. Next, they write nine challenging clues referencing the landmark. Over a 3-week period, teams try to decipher the clues, interact by questioning the other teams, and submit their final researched answers at the end of the project. Interrelated topics: geography/geospatial, history, literacy, math, science, art, and music. Competencies: Collaboration, Organization, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Technology Skills, and Global Awareness.
Note! The Facebook group is closed, open only for participating teachers.
Terry Smith email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Go to the Project Site to sign up on the Google Form.
Coordinator: Larissa Tarasevich
Doves For Peace – Next session: September 2018
The idea of the project is making friends with students all around the world by exchanging Peace messages. Students collaborate to compose their own peace messages on the dove-shaped sheets of paper. The letters usually contain information about the places where students live, symbols of the country, traditions, school and their own interests and hobbies.
NB! The Facebook group is open only for participating teachers. More about this project....
Coordinator: Lucine Jhangiryan
Schools Around the World – Next session: Spring 2019
This exciting project is created to help schools of the world get closer and learn more about each other via Video Messaging. It provides a wonderful opportunity to connect with peers around the world to get acquainted with schools traditions, their students’ interests, hobbies, preferences, and to ask any questions to get knowledge about towns, cities and countries they live in. It is also an opportunity for us to become community ambassadors and spread Global Friendship by working collaboratively. More….
Coordinator: David Donat
Diamond Poem – Next session: November 2018
With this project, we suggest you try an unusual form of poetry: from a photograph or a drawing, write a poem that has a diamond shape. One way to let your imagination and your creativity run free, but also following a very detailed model More about this project….
What’s My Number? – Two sessions: October 2018 and April 2019
A Math Challenge for your young students!
Give your students the chance to develop sense of numbers and to appreciate mathematics from a multicultural perspective! Allows students to create a “math puzzle” in which the reader needs to figure out which numbers to use (based on clues given by the author) and then answer to the math problem! More about this project….
Coordinator: Anil Vithanage
Looking out of Your Window. Next session: October 2018
Ask to your students to imagine what their partners around the world – looking out of their bed room window – might they see. Help the students to think beyond what they think, when they get an opportunity to see what their partners see. The project improves the students’ability and creativity to imagine and to draw pictures according to their perceptions about their partners.The project allows to compare whether what they thought about their partners were correct. More about this project…
Kidlink Projects currently not started.
Where do I Live?-
One of the most exciting features of our online community is that we come from all over the globe. Spend some time finding each other on the map and talking about the places where we live, we learn and have fun everyday. 4 great questions to develop in your students a deeper knowledge of themselves and their goals. More about this project….
Finish my Story – Next Session:
Basically it is the sharing of creative writing. All children love to do this. It is one of the most successful collaborative activities that children undertake at school. The results can be surprising. Add to this an ICT component and it becomes a most worthwhile activity! More about this project….
What are my Roots?
Going back to my roots…. It’s a project that supports the students to identify and appreciate themselves and their culture within their own family lineage. 3 stimulating point of discussion toengage your students in search of their roots. More about this project….
My Favourite Snack – Next Session: ??
This “gourmand” project is created to support schools to share the diversity and the similirities of the different cultures and traditions on the world, focusing specially on the food/snacks.So that students will learn more about each other’s favourite food/snacks posting in their pages in kidspace, pictures, drawings, recipes, Video Messaging/Slide-show. As many others Kidlink projects, also this provides a wonderful opportunity to join with friends around the world to be acquainted with recipes of their favourite food and snacks. More about this project…
Moon over us
This project promotes the observations of the Moon by students on different continents. Students learn about the full Moon, its distance from Earth, and how it changes its shape. More about this project…