Shapes, imaginative masterpieces, inspired by the Greek Revolution!
In our lesson "So long, Venice", the words of the poem started dancing!
They got tired of staying in the lines, in the lyrics, in the poems turns!
That's why, by holding hands they gathered to make shapes just like masterpieces!
As part of the Language lesson, 3rd Grade students were taught the poem "So long, Venice" by Nikos Gatsos.
Then, on the occasion of the "World Poetry Day" on March 21, the children had the opportunity to practice on creative writing through shapes, in which the words are written in such a way as to form the theme of the poem.
Inspired by the heroes and symbols of the Greek Revolution, the children created unique images, which they dressed in rhythm and presented through ingenious poems!
In this special way, our 3rd Grade students wanted to celebrate the 200 anniversary from the Revolution of 1821.