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November

WEDNESDAY 2 AND 9
CATRINA MASK

At this time of year, Mexico is living what in other parts of the world would be known as its Big Week. The Day of the Dead has become an original and representative festival of Mexican culture. According to National Geographic, the Catrina skeleton represents the Aztec figure Mictecacihuatl, the god of death of Chicunamictlan, whose role was to guard the bones of the dead.

To pay tribute to Mexico City and celebrate cultural diversity, we will make our Catrina masks, which you can then take home to get dressed up and continue to enjoy playing with them.

WEDNESDAY 16, 23 AND 30
PUPPETS

Magnificent entertainment using ice cream sticks. In this case, they can be turned into a wonderful group of farm animals. How? First, imagine them, and then draw each one with a felt-tip pen. Finally, with some glue, stick on some typical features of each animal and our puppets will then be ready to enjoy.

A wonderful game to develop creativity and independence in the youngest members of the family.

THURSDAY 3 - 10
STORYTELLING. THE TIGER AND THE TOLERANCE

Lail, the tiger, loved his colours (black and yellow) so much that he decided to dedicate his life to painting everything in these colours. Until, one day, he discovered he was wrong. The author of this book, which offers readers tender and delightful illustrations, tells a story of tolerance and friendship.

Authors: José Moran and Jesús Gaban

17 AND 24 NOVEMBER
STORYTELLING - MAGICAL STORIES

These six stories focus on how magic can transform certain moments and gives simple explanations to the dreams of children. The arrival of a baby to the world, helping others, the desire to communicate with animals, the sky, the air, the creation of nature and the distinction between good and bad are just some of the topics approached through magic. Children must be allowed to discover and develop this most fantastic side of themselves, through creative thinking, as before we actually execute any project, they only exist in our imagination.

Author: Carmen Solé Vendrell – Ray Sorigue

FRIDAY 4, 11, 18 AND 25 NOVEMBER
FESTIVAL OF COOPERATIVE GAMES

We’re opening a new play area. It’s huge and we’re going to use it to have a great time! Each Friday of this month we will have the FESTIVAL OF COOPERATIVE GAMES, where we will play fun versions of classic games to show that we don’t have to compete with each other. We’ll play games such as “cooperative musical chairs” and “cooperative sack race”.

Our aim is to show them that teamwork is highly beneficial for their development because it gives them the chance to confront their opinions and ideas with others.

SATURDAY 5, 12, 19 AND 26 NOVEMBER
TREASURE HUNT

What more fun way of discovering all the corners of our new club than by playing a mysterious treasure hunt. The monitors have hidden some presents around the club, but to find them we’ll have to be clever and solve all the clues. Taking it step by step, by the end we’ll have found the Great Treasure of the Miramar Club.

When we finish the treasure hunt, as a craft activity we’ll make a pirate-themed telescope. Children can get in the role of an authentic pirate and search for a magnificent treasure.

TUESDAY 1 AND SUNDAY 27
CINEFÓRUM. “COCO”

Coco brings together illustrative elements with an extraordinary story that sweetly brings the Mexican tradition of the Day of the Dead to life. Illuminating the screen with lights and colours, it portrays and pays tribute to the deep-rooted Mexican customs in a light-hearted manner.
Without a doubt, art unites and strengthens ties, bringing us closer together, representing us… and, on this occasion, it becomes a colourful window to the myths, fables and legends of the people of Mexico, enveloping viewers in family life.

FROM WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY

(Terrace floor)

17:00 - 20:00

SATURDAYS AND OPENING HOLIDAYS

12:00 - 14:00

17:00 - 21:00

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Terrace floor