Where did Little Red disappear to?

From Monday, September 20, 2021 4:00 PM
to Tuesday, September 21, 2021 6:00 PM

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24220 Čantavir

One day Little Red Riding Hood set off to visit her Grandmother. However, she never arrived at her house. The last time they saw her was at about 10 a.m. when she was on her way to her Grandma in the Vast Woods. The Wolf was immediately taken to the local police office and was thoroughly interrogated but it is certain that he didn't know anything about the girl's disappearance. What happened to Little Red? How did she disappear? Did somebody kidnap or bewitch her? The best detectives have been working on the case day and night ever since but came up with no result. Little Red vanished into thin air. Or didn’t she indeed? As time went by, strange reports arrived in Fairyland from the men's world. Little children and their parents complained that a girl appeared in stories where she didn’t belong and all sorts of unusual things happened there. It took them a lot of effort and creativity to fix the stories. Participators' task will be to choose a story where Little Red jumps in and create or solve problems with the use of Bee-bots or Lego We Do sets, take photos or videos of their work and share them with the other participants on a Padlet wall.

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