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SDK Theater ("SDK Theatre") - become a director of a thrilling story

Clear the stage! The SDK Theater activity is based on the exciting story of the „D`Geschicht vum Offallmonster“ ("The Story of the Waste Monster") (see Workshop „Experience stories!“). Reading a story aloud is nice and relaxing - but acting out the same story yourself is really exciting!

Theatre is such a special thing and it isn’t just for grown-ups. In SDK Theater, the schoolchildren show the audience what positive effects our targeted actions to sort waste could have on our natural surroundings and the future of humanity.

The waste monster story is designed so that children of different age groups can take the stage: for example, children in school classes, nursery groups, youth groups or residences. The sky’s the limit for you to unleash your creativity as a director, actor, mark-up artist, scenery painter, costume designer, hair stylist or even musical director.

ENTERTAINMENT TOPICS

The emphasis in SDK Theaters is to give children and young people the opportunity to slide into new roles and discover their hidden talents by designing and acting out the „Geschicht vum Offallmonster“ (“Story of the Waste Monster”) themselves. They can discover the crucial topic of waste sorting for themselves in a fun way and pass on what they learn to the audience themselves.

SDK Theater for a sustainable future !

Contact us for individual information about our SDK Theater:

Nadine Schneider +352 488 216-234 or nadine.schneider@sdk.lu

SDK an der Schoul ("SDK at School")

SDK an der Schoul was primarily devised for teachers at primary schools in Luxembourg. A selection of modules on the subject of “sustainable waste management” allows teachers to effortlessly integrate environmental education into their day-to-day teaching. The modules perfectly complement the national curriculum and can be delivered easily in individual courses in cycles 1 to 4.

The teacher will receive a clear handbook to apply for each module and ample background information to prepare the teaching with ease. It includes complete worksheets, texts, audio samples, videos and detailed explanations on the objective of the module. With the SDK an der Schoul concept, you will be given valuable support in the form of a varied, information and easy-to-apply system with great activities for any primary school and any cycle.

And saving the best for last: If you wish, professional staff from SuperDrecksKëscht® will be there for you with help, advice and materials.

ENTERTAINMENT TOPICS

The SDK an der Schoul offers a range of topics and can be adapted individually to the needs of your class. But all of the modules share the same objective: to promote the children’s understanding of nature and the environment. By utilising all of their senses and all of their skills, it brings the subject of sustainable waste management to life in an age-appropriate and fun way.

Module:

Cycle 1 : 4 Modules

Cycle 2 : 6 Modules

Cycle 3 : 5 Modules

Cycle 4 : 7 Modules

Curiosity is the insatiable third for knowledge !

Contact us for individual information about our „SDK an der Schoul“ concept: Nadine Schneider +352 488 216-234 or nadine.schneider@sdk.lu

Experience stories !

Objective(s):

- Fun

- Promoting imagination and language skills

- Raising awareness of waste prevention/recycling

Contents:

Reading aloud makes you clever! Children love having stories read to them. They are like taking a journey into your own world of experiences and emotions. Stories leave room for the imagination and are ideal for teaching values to children. Stories can promote children’s development in various ways, such as for example: „D'Geschicht vum Offallmonster“ (“The story of the waste monster”):

In this wonderful story, they will learn what the consequences would be if everybody were to handle the natural environment as thoughtlessly as the “waste monster”. Reading aloud also gives the children a better understanding of the importance of waste sorting and prevention. Meanwhile, it also promotes creativity and the ability to empathise with others.

Our “Experience stories!” activity is suited to the comprehension and learning processes of children of kindergarten and primary school age.

Reading aloud is like “an island of tranquillity”: everybody needs tranquillity!

Contact us for individual information about our workshop “Experience stories!”:

Nadine Schneider +352 488 216-234 or nadine.schneider@sdk.lu

Fun Scavenger Hunt !

Objective(s):

- Fun

- Promoting the feeling for nature with all senses

- Promoting sense of group togetherness

- Raising awareness of handling nature in a sustainable way

Contents:

Playing outside appeals to all the senses! That’s why scavenger hunts are often hugely popular with children. Exercising in the fresh air is good for them, it strengthens the immune system and satisfies a child’s instinct for freedom, as where else can you find abundant open space than in the great outdoors.

As the children explore their natural surroundings in small groups, they look for clues, trophies and photos or simply for people and treasure. Children’s scavenger hunts are easy to organise and therefore can be designed on an entirely bespoke basis.

On a scavenger hunt, children learn to individually observe nature with all their senses. At the same time, outdoor activities also increase concentration skills and help reduce stress.

Our “Fun Scavenger Hunt!” activity is suited to the comprehension and learning processes of children of kindergarten and primary school age.

A scavenger hunt is really fun: everybody needs fun!

Contact us for individual information about our workshop “Fun Scavenger Hunt!”:

Nadine Schneider +352 488 216-234 or nadine.schneider@sdk.lu

Let's play !

Objective(s):

- Fun

- Promoting dexterity and concentration

- Promoting sense of group togetherness

- Raising awareness of waste prevention/recycling

Contents:

Playing is more than a pastime! Games such as “1, 2 or 3” convey knowledge in a playful way and can be applied to any number of different subjects. Complex issues are much easier to explain through play, as is the case for issues of the environment and sustainability.

You don’t need any elaborate teaching materials to be able to play. Also, with a bit of waste and a pinch of creativity, you can produce fun but environmentally-friendly variants of the game.

The fun of playing generates positive emotions inside us, which means that whatever we learn through the game stays in our minds for much longer than anything we simply memorise. Play teaches children to take responsibility, to be considerate of each other and also, incidentally, to follow rules. Playing is a valuable activity that maintains our natural curiosity and therefore also our motivation and love for learning.

Our “Let’s play!” activities are suited to the comprehension and learning processes of children of kindergarten and primary school age.

Play is “food for the soul”: everybody needs food!

Contact us for individual information about our workshop “Let’s play!”:

Nadine Schneider +352 488 216-234 or nadine.schneider@sdk.lu

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