On April 2, presentation of the project on Interactive Game: The Path of the Primitive Man funded by Sakhalin Energy within the framework of the Energy Social Initiatives Fund was held at the Sakhalin Regional Museum. Project Initiator is Irina Konstantinovna Orlova, Junior Researcher of the Department of the Archeology.
This project will help to stimulate interest among the children of regional secondary general schools, aged 7 to 10, in the study of ancient history of the island region. The unusual and easy implementation of the project makes it different from all others.
In an interactive class, children become members of two ancient tribes; they must reach the northernmost point of their route, moving along the playing field from the south and completing various tasks. The main ones are those that give participants a brief historical information about the events of the ancient history of Sakhalin and the Kuril Archipelago. Only a luck can keep the team going forward on the playing field, because landing on «Danger» or «Forward!» fields can both speed up and slow down the accomplishment of the goal. At the same time, these fields make it possible to form an idea about the lifestyle of a primitive person: the participants of the game learn about the challenges that our ancestors faced every day, and what problem solving method they chose.
In memory of participation in this project, all children will receive their unique gifts: a replica of an ancient 3D-printed tool, a winner’s cup and a bracelet. The most active teams will be given special prizes of the project organizers.
For information and booking, call Irina Konstantinovna Orlova
on 8(914) 761–98–49
The number of participants is limited.