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A star in my pocket

• Project begins with partners exchanging a character of some description around the theme of project title “With a Star in my Pocket” linking to the stars on the European Union Flag, e.g. a teddy bear, doll, etc, which has a link to stars, like a star badge, clothes etc and a link to country of partner, again badge, clothing etc. They should have a little introduction and a passport. • As characters will be sent to other project partners they need to be relatively small and inexpensive. • Characters will feature in various pictures etc., throughout the project then go home again at the end of the year. • Presentations of children’s experiences will be shared each month on suggested topics to follow the nursery year, but partners may prefer other topics to follow their children’s current interests. • Small weekly presentations of toys experiences on weekend visit home with a child. • As the project develops and children show interest in partner children, a simple online picture dictionary could be developed.

Jun
01
2009

CHILD'S DAY, JUNE 1. Kindergarden "Sinchec", Troyan, Bulgaria

Posted by: Pavlinka Disanska
May
24
2009

4 Dunkan and Paulo are with us everywhere: when we are studding tales, when we are singing our favorite songs and when we are drawing.

Posted by: Pavlinka Disanska
May
23
2009

24 May - The Day of Slavanic Alphabet, Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture

Posted by: Pavlinka Disanska
May
23
2009

Saints Cyril and Methodius holding Cyrillic alphabet

Posted by: Pavlinka Disanska
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The Cyrillic alphabet or rather Cyrillic script (pronounced /sɨˈrɪlɪk/; also called azbuka, from the old names of the first two letters of almost all its variants) is a writing system, shared by six Slavic national languages (Bulgarian, Russian, Belarusian, Serbian, Macedonian, and Ukrainian) as well as non-Slavic (Moldovan, Kazakh, Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Tajik and Tuvan of the former Soviet Union and Mongolian). It is also used by many other languages of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Siberia and other languages in the past. Not all letters in the Cyrillic alphabet are used in every language that is written with it.

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