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  • Pelixi — Valhalla
    the suggested games should suit players of every age The games should not content violence or other inappropriate elements The ideas as a rule should apply to computer console mobile or TV games The participants of the competition may not be older than 21 on the last day of the competition which is the 1st of March 2008 One can participate either individually or as a member of a group

    Original URL path: http://www.valhalla.norden.org/news-archive/pelixi-konkurranse-for-spillplanering-en (2016-02-17)
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  • Barnbibblan.se – a new website for curious kids — Valhalla
    kultur og skole i de nordiske landene Nyhetsarkiv 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Info Barnbibblan se a new website for curious kids Barnensbibliotek se has launched the first Swedish library service for younger children Barnbibblan is the place for children who cannot read yet or who would like to sit and play for a while Here one can enjoy nursery rhymes fairy tales and songs In the workshop kids can play with letters and in the Cave of Fairy tales they can find characters from fairy tales and myths The idea behind Barnbibblan was to create a virtual library where children could get linguistic stimulation in an amusing way It should also be a safe place to visit The texts about characters of fairy tales were written by Maud Mangold The rhymes in the section Ramsrutten The Path of Rhymes were made up by preschool and school kids in the Alingsås and Vårgårda municipalities Sångbåten The Boat of Songs and ABC verkstan The ABC Workshop were created by the illustration agency Foajé Sofia Wegraeus graphic design Petra Segerberg graphic design and animation and Ulf Gleby programming Barnbibblan was produced in close co

    Original URL path: http://www.valhalla.norden.org/news-archive/barnbibblan.se-2013-a-new-website-for-curious-kids (2016-02-17)
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  • Help in setting up Homework Cafés in Denmark — Valhalla
    Cafés which are run by libraries schools and volunteers from humanitarian organisations and housing co operatives One of the aims of the cafés is to provide children and young people who have various ethnic backgrounds with a better opportunity to develop their linguistic skills and give them an access to better schooling Coaching comprises more that just helping pupils to do their homework for tomorrow The idea is much bigger

    Original URL path: http://www.valhalla.norden.org/news-archive/help-in-setting-up-homework-cafes-in-denmark (2016-02-17)
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  • First House of Literature in Norway — Valhalla
    Thousand and One Nights Or listening to music in a room named after Nedjma a girl everyone falls in love with You can actually do this and a lot of other things in the House of Literature that was opened in Oslo on the 5th of October this year Many countries in Europe including Denmark have set up houses of literature and the experience has been positive One of the

    Original URL path: http://www.valhalla.norden.org/news-archive/norges-foerste-litteraturhus-en (2016-02-17)
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  • The LitteraLund Festival – a great success in Sweden — Valhalla
    Festival a great success in Sweden Success is the proper word to describe the LitteraLund Festival with writers of books for children and young people invading Lund in Southern Sweden The programme of the literary week for children young people and adults offered seminars on children s and youth literature for adults and recitations by children Schools were invited to workshops and meetings with authors Friday was dedicated to meetings between youngsters and authors and Saturday was the day of children Among the Festival s guests was Randa Abdel Fattah from Australia She spoke about her books and about being an Aussie Muslim and Lebanese Her books have won the hearts of many readers Now she plans to write about young people in Palestine Niki Daly revealed to the audience that many people believe that his books are written by an African woman However he clamed the right to tell about dark skinned children in present day Africa although he is a white man advanced in years His young years with apartheid have left their trace Pija Lindenbaum had a conversation with her publisher about colours gender roles the magic of numbers and brothers Anthony Horowitz did a unique one

    Original URL path: http://www.valhalla.norden.org/news-archive/litteralund-2013-en-succe-festival-i-sverige-en (2016-02-17)
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  • The Norwegian Youth Festivals of Art 2008 — Valhalla
    kultur og skole i de nordiske landene Nyhetsarkiv 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Info The Norwegian Youth Festivals of Art 2008 The Norwegian Youth Festivals of Art UKM is a cultural initiative for children and youngsters and local youth festivals of art are held all over Norway Here you can show what you can do whether it is dance sculpture music acting or other forms of culture or art Local youth festivals of art will take place in the spring of 2008 Afterwards some of the participants will advance to the National Festival to be held next summer All young people are welcome to participate in the UKM whether they sample beats loops dance the halling a traditional folk dance carve huge wooden sculptures with their chainsaw play classical music on the piano or make 3 D animated films on their PC In most municipalities you can participate from the age of 10 and in many regional festivals the age limit is 13 UKM is not a talent show The jury s selection is based upon elements such as originality creativity the performers ability to create contact with the audience as well

    Original URL path: http://www.valhalla.norden.org/news-archive/ungdommens-kulturmoenstring-2008-i-norge-en (2016-02-17)
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  • Media education for Finnish children, guidance of educators — Valhalla
    2004 Info Media education for Finnish children guidance of educators Media literacy critical analysis of the media and media production are an important part of education in most schools in Finland already Educators working with children and young people and parents believe that media education is an important subject They hope that media education is to become a part of regular education and not only something that exists as a workshop or training dependent on an individual teacher s interest New means of communication have changed youngsters ways of communicating very rapidly which has made it difficult for educators to follow the development Many parents resign themselves to allowing their digital natives to go on with their trips in Second Life without being able to evaluate the pastime of their offspring Therefore it is important that media education should become a constant part of regular education and that parents should be offered information and help Finnish school and pre school staff and parents can get help from the Finnish Society on Media Education the Mannerheim League for Child Welfare and Save the Children Finland By Tarja Terävä tarja terava nifin helsinki fi Web sites The Finnish Society on Media Education

    Original URL path: http://www.valhalla.norden.org/news-archive/media-education-for-finnish-children-guidance-of-educators (2016-02-17)
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  • The day of readings during the Nordic Library Week — Valhalla
    day of readings during the Nordic Library Week On Monday the 12th of November at 7 p m thousands of people in some 2000 places all around the Nordic and Baltic countries will gather in libraries and assembly rooms to have a pleasant time The event called Skumringstimen The Twilight Hour revives the Nordic story telling tradition In the morning on the same day children in kindergartens and schools in all the Nordic countries will take part in the event called Morgengry Daybreak and enjoy prose readings Edited by Tarja Terävä The 12th of November is the day which marks the opening of the Nordic Library Week a week full of readings debates and various cultural events in schools libraries and other organisations in the Nordic and Baltic countries The theme Women in the Nordic Countries features strong and independent women characters in the Nordic literature This year the chosen authors are the Norwegian Sigrid Undset 1882 1949 and the Swedish Astrid Lindgren 1907 2002 The texts to be read out loud come from the books Kristin Lavransdatter Ronja Røverdatter Ronia the Robber s Daughter and Pippi Långstrump går ombord Pippi goes on Board Libraries schools and other organisations can

    Original URL path: http://www.valhalla.norden.org/news-archive/hoeytlesningsdag-under-nordisk-biblioteksuke-en (2016-02-17)
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