What is life in this world

Life in the One World

The programs illustrate relationships between lifestyles, resource consumption and consumer behavior in a child-friendly manner. With stories, games, team tasks and conversations, consumer behavior and our use of resources are examined, global relationships are shown and alternatives for a careful approach towards sustainable lifestyles are worked out together. It is also about the question of what is actually needed beyond consumption in order to lead a happy life and whether we in rich Germany have not already had enough of these things. In addition to a reference to their home environment, the children can playfully deal with other cultures in order to develop an openness to the world and the foreign.

Handling our resources

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The plastic secretfrom five yearsall year round
The trash detectivesfrom five yearsall year round
Water cycle - water connects the worldfrom five yearsall year round
Water - a valuable commodityfrom five yearsall year round
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Air, climate, weatherfrom three yearsMarch to November
Experience energy up closefrom three yearsall year round
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Mobile in the city - but how?from four yearsall year round

Values, lifestyles and encounters with other cultures

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In search of happinessfrom five yearsall year round
"Enough" - what does that actually mean?from five yearsall year round
Indian life - Indian gamesfrom three yearsall year round

Together we can make it

Courage and trust in yourself and others are one of the most important prerequisites for shaping the world and changing it in a positive way. In small tests of courage - mainly on the premises of the ÖBZ - the children, alone and in a team, experience their own abilities and skills, the community in the group and thus strengthen trust in themselves and in others.

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Small tests of courage - outside and insidefrom five yearsall year round

 

Duration and costs
A program is usually three hours from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The costs are 5 euros per child, but at least 100 euros per group. For offers with * plus 1.50 euros per child for material. Payment is made on site in cash to the lecturer. Advice and registration
Mon to Thu 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Fri 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Munich Environment Center
in the ecological education center
Telephone: (0 89) 93 94 89-71
Fax: (0 89) 93 94 89-81
Email: [email protected]
Specific appointments can only be made by telephone.