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There is nothing better than the return of Spring to open up to nature and share good times with classmates. During these spring holidays, Ermitage International School offered children aged 6 to 11 the opportunity to participate in our Spring Camp 2023. A week dedicated to nature, fun, delicious food and sharing, during which children had the chance to open up to nature and to develop their creativity and curiosity.

Here are some of the highlights of this Spring Camp 2023:

Work based on the artist Takashi Murakami, on flowers and smiley faces, creation of fans decorated with insects... Spring bloomed at the school!

Activités manuelles : réalisation de fleurs en papiers, d'éventails, de dessin sur l'artiste Takashi Murakami

Discovery and creation of a self-sufficient pot with its capillary watering system:

Les enfants ont découvert et fabriquer leur plante en pot autonome

Our little gourmets also prepared delicious cookies!

Enfants qui cuisinent et mangent des cookies

Artistic work using salt dough and elements offered by nature: leaves, branches, flowers...

Enfants qui créent des oeuvres d'art à partir des éléments de la nature

Creation of vegetable bracelets and herbariums to identify the plants we have discovered:

Enfants qui fabriquent des bracelets végétaux et des herbiers

And of course, on a daily basis, different individual and collective outdoor games: football, relay, dodgeball...

Enfants qui jouent au foot et aux cerceaux dans la cours de récréation

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