This project focuses on polytechnic education. Its target group is primary school pupils. The project will take place in the context of traditional regional crafts.
The project will help children acquire polytechnic, digital and communication competences. It will give them an opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience of traditional local and regional crafts and trades, to acquire essential digital skills and, last but not least, to enjoy European diversity through sharing information and procedures with their peers in foreign countries.
Pupils will make simple products and share photos and videos.
Pupils from partner schools will keep in touch and exchange information about everyday life in their countries.