Ink pads in nature

Making Potato Stamps is an idea that delighted the 6- to 8-year-olds who came to the MJC Entertainment Center last Wednesday! Under the supervision of Emilie and Johanna, two German international environmental volunteers, they actually made ink pads out of crushed potatoes. After the “potatoes” were washed and cut, they created a pattern, covered the pattern with a brush dipped in pink, green, orange, yellow or blue, then laid out the potatoes on a sheet, then carefully removed the potatoes and left to dry. Advantage of this DIY? It requires very little material, is fast but above all delivers an amazing result! With the guidance of Julie, Choral, Laura and Madison, 3- to 5-year-olds made explorer binoculars with rolls of toilet paper. Next Wednesday, the little ones will visit an educational farm in the morning and participate in a moment of fine motor skills and discovery in the afternoon. Children aged 6 to 8 learn to swim or improve and discover guidance through a course at La Primaube in order to promote the city’s cultural and environmental heritage. Children over 9 years old will cook their own meals or participate in “Among Us” to unmask the fraud! For children aged 12-17, MJC offers a digital corner with computers, 3D printer, vinyl cutter, VR helmets…but also a table football, billiards, PlayStation 4, ping-pong table, board games…

For leisure reception, information on 05 65 42 30 33 or 06 73 95 39 03 or at [email protected] For the youth area, information from Lucas at 06 74 50 74 61 or at [email protected]

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