Look, Sukal, Jiwa, Marine and Bla belong to the Itaka-Escolapios Crew. Led by Calasanz, they will start travelling the seas and oceans of the world to present us our solidarity network’s projects.
For this part we suggest a double activity:
- We want to encourage you to discover the reality of Indonesia and, in particular, of Atambua. You can look for information and pieces of news regarding the country and the town in the Internet, in newspapers, Wikipedia, etc. Once you have finished this, you can make paper boats to decorate the classroom to represent the “GETTING CLOSE TO ATAMBUA” project.
- Secondly, you can make a giant paper boat so people from the classroom can fit inside it. Look for big cardboards and brown paper and stick them together with glue or tape (you must make sure that the measurements allow you to make a paper boat).
Write a prayer on the giant paper giving thanks to God and expressing our wish to help with our mission in Atambua. Use the information, pieces of news and photos about Indonesia to glue them to the cardboards and brown paper. After that, you can fold the pieces and build your own paper boat to sail the seas and GET CLOSE TO ATAMBUA.
Last, but not least, you can take a photo of your crew with your “Itaka-Escolapios” vessel and share it with us through an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
How do we make a paper boat?