|Do you want to play with me: Didatic games for children's wellbeing|
|Wednesday, 02 June 2010 01:10|
For every child, recovering his normal daily life first of all means going back to school, to his family and to his community. Living his every day life means above all having the chance to play. The importance of play is also recognised by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, as an activity of prevention of every kind of exploitation.
The games described in this manual will allow children to strengthen their life-skills at the same time as they will help adults get to know children better and relate with them. The chapters and the included games follow one another and allow for a progressive deepening of relationships and comprehension.
Authors: Lucia Castelli, Giovanni Galli, Cristina Terribili, Elena Locatelli, Anne Devreux, Mariella Bombardieri
This pubblication was made possible through the support of the United Nations for Children (UNICEF) and of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).