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Girotondo - Italian activities for kids #5

Due to the bad air quality forecast we are canceling our Girotondo #5 activities for Sunday!

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Girotondo - Italian activities for kids #5

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Las Palmas Park Building, 850 Russet Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94087, USA

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About The Event

Ciao Amici,

Here we are for the 5th appointment of Girotondo: a creative workshop featuring Italian songs, rhymes, stories.

A unique chance to discover “Il Bel Paese”, to meet other children and practice Italian together.

***Please get ONE TICKET for EVERY KID to help us have an accurate count and organize a better event.

10:00-10:45am

TODDLERS from 18 months

Girotondo #5: “Parts of the body“

Nursery rhymes and songs in Italian. Each meeting will focus on a specific topic (colors, shapes, numbers, animals, clothes, seasons) and will allow your child to develop motor skills through different artistic activities.

6 workshops

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11:00-11:45am

PRESCHOOLERS + GRADESCHOOLERS

Trip to Italy #5: “Pisa”

Rome, Milan, Naples, Venice, Pisa, Matera: 6 workshop to discover the cities and the regions of Italy. Each appointment will allow us to discover streets and monuments of these cities as well as their secrets, some curiosities and traditions of Italian culture.

After a reading session we’ll do artistic and creative activities, inspired by the work of designers, illustrators and artists (Bruno Munari, Hervè Tullet, Matisse) on the experimentation of colors, materials and different representation techniques.

Stay with us, and meet many other parents while the kids are having fun and learning.

To be respectful of the people attending mass, our activities will take place on the grass close to the Las Palmas park building this week.

Join us! All activities will be free, but we accept tips or donations of artistic materials.

***Help Bay Area Italian Events find other locations to expand our activities during the winter.

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