Although still face some pranks, spring has come. The days are longer and, although temperatures are mild (sometimes fresh), the sun illuminates our days. In Conclusion: we all have less desire to stay at home or in the office closed; for children it is more difficult to remain in the classroom and, also for this, schools and teachers organize educational and guided tours outputs.
Agnone, these days, It is often colored by garish hats, coordinated; rivers of backpacks and rucksacks that fill the main roads. Bus stop from which they come out in thick schoolchildren from nearby towns and no.
Only to the Dairy Of Pasquo, Guests were about eighty. Of these, Fifty students were enrolled in primary and secondary schools.
On Tuesday afternoon 19 April, 35 students (enrolled in the Elementary and Middle School of Roccaspinalveti) They have come to visit our factory. As usual, It was traced the supply chain.
The various steps involved especially the youngest who remained kidnapped by the size of the silos of milk storage, by pasteurizing and the production line of fresh.
The next day, Wednesday 20 April, Instead we hosted a school group from the Institute of Comprehensive Castiglione Messer Marino. The association IAM (several times featured on these pages) has once again organized the Milkend, after the success of the past. Thanks to this tourist-educational project so 15 Children paid a visit to our dairy before observing grazing led by Carla Forte, expert naturalist.
Also this time the kids enjoyed the tour, a trip backstage of products such as Caciocavallo, la Scamorza, i Bocconcini e la Ricotta; products, questi, who find every day on the table (and soon to be also in all schools, as provided by directive European).
"It is congenial initiatives to the needs of digital natives," said a teacher. "They are accustomed to the immediacy but also to the touch, interact. They are accustomed to the media that, come and, It stimulates more parts of the brain. educational tours like these, then, for their being multisensory, They are easily transformed into a set of knowledge that can hardly be forgotten '.
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