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Our project "playful language support for preschool children" was completed with the children starting school in September 2021

Posted 11/5/2021

On Tuesday, May 11th, 2021, we started our project "playful language training for preschool children", which has now been successfully completed with the schooling of the children in September 2021.

With the Nasrin Mirmohammadi Foundation we have a "cooperation kindergarten-school" in the municipality of Malsch near Heidelberg over the period from May to September 2021. organized and made children who had no knowledge of German so fit that they can now take part in school lessons without any problems.

In preparation for school lessons, language development and communication are of the utmost importance.

Children from families with a migration background who are supposed to go to school but do not have sufficient basic German vocabulary have great problems following the lessons in order to learn to read and write.

With our project, these children were made fit for school.

With regard to the transition from kindergarten to school, the children were given the best possible starting opportunities for entering school.

Thanks to the foundation, since May 2021, the young preschoolers have received appropriate language support from Ms. Planer twice a week for one and a half hours each, which will help them overcome their language barriers quickly.

The focus is on the joy of speaking and experiencing with all the senses.

The preschoolers made great progress quickly and as a group that had grown together they started school in September, strengthened and fit.

As you can see on the picture:

The children and we would like to thank all of our donors, in particular the SwissLife Foundation for Opportunities and Future, who made this wonderful project possible for us, as well as Mr. Mahnke (school social worker at Malsch primary school) and Ms. Kuhn-Bender (director of Malsch primary school),

as well as Ms. Planer, who enjoyed teaching the children with a lot of joy.