While they had to cope with a lot of German, the young linguists hugely enjoyed all the activities.
They also made a Schatztruhe (a treasure chest), practiced their speaking skills ordering 'Limonade' and tasted giant Brezeln, kindly provided as an additional treat!
Vielen Dank for a fantastic experience!
For more information from the Goethe Institut about fairy tales, read the original German texts or listen to the stories being told in German, follow this link: http://www.goethe.de/lrn/prj/mlg/mad/gri/deindex.htm
Play a fairy tale game by following this link: You can choose the characters' roles - does the brave prince save the innocent maiden kidnapped by the evil stepmother and protected by the nasty dragon? Or does the brave princess rescue the dragon....? Have a look! You need to know a little German and it helps if you know some fairy tales, but it's weird and good fun!
|with Katharina Ritter, the story teller from Germany|
|in the princess section of the exhibition!|
|at the exhibition|
|solving puzzles and finding clues at the exhibition|
|the big bad wolf!! |
|doing tasks at the work shop|
|decorating the treasure chests|
|Enjoying the Brezeln!|
|Alles klar!! A great day out!|