piątek, 16 grudnia 2016

My work in a kindergarten

Hello everyone!

I am Tuğçe from Turkey. As you may know, I am one of the 'new' volunteers that came to the beautiful Pułtusk this year and I'll be staying until the end of July. I am working in Przedszkole Miejskie nr 4, with disabled and non-disabled children. So far, I am loving my project and my daily job in the kindergarten. I can say creating a good relationship with the children was really important for me and I am happy to say that I managed to do that.
I work from 9am to 3 in the afternoon. Usually, we start the day with a lesson. The kids are learning the Polish alphabet and the numbers. I help them with their assignments during the lesson.
Some of the children of my kindergarten and me

After the lesson, they usually have free time and they draw or play with each other. Later we have lunch and I try to make an activity with them after lunch (for instance recently, I taught them how to create paper plate snowmen and Santa Claus to decorate the kindergarten) or we watch a movie. Somedays, they have English classes. I also try to help the kids, as well as the teacher.

I love working in the kindergarten! For me, the best side of working there is to know the Polish culture and traditions. Everyday is a new day for me to learn new things about Poland and I absolutely adore that. 😊

But as much as I love learning about Poland and its customs, I am also happy to get a chance to make everyone in the kindergarten discover Turkish culture. In the kindergarten with Sylwia, I presented Turkish culture and traditions. I think It was as useful for the kids as it was fun!
 I did my presentation wıth the help of Sylwia
Before the presentation, with the children in my class, I baked a Turkish cake called revani. I certainly loved cooking with them. It was so much fun and during the presentation, I told them about the famous Turkish cuisine, our traditions and my city 'İzmir', before dancing together. I hope they enjoyed it as much as I did!

Güle güle,

Delicious Turkish cuisine

One of our traditions in Turkey

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