Guaruja children learn about the culture of indigenous peoples in Accra

Young Indians between the ages of 16 and 21 attended day care additionally at a preferred restaurant in Santo Antonio

A day full of information for Guaruja’s early childhood. It occurred on the afternoon of the sixteenth, when Jardim, a local of Accra, arrived in the metropolis to go to the 126 children of Celso Silverio Ferreira’s Early Childhood Education Center (NEIC) in Las Palmas.

Young Javanese Tume Shanenawa, Kuwaukoni Shanenawa and Aro Kamanawa, aged between 16 and 21, are half of the first indigenous delegation in Guaruja to advertise cultural immersion amongst children in the municipal faculty system. The go to was attended by technical workers of the Department of Education (Seduch).

A trio of indigenous peoples belong to the Nova Vida and Samauma villages positioned in Feijo, Acre State, and embrace the Shanenawa and Noke Koi peoples. For three months, they go to totally different areas of the nation, spreading indigenous and shamanic culture.

Celebrating the artwork of music, Indians displayed devices, headdresses, work, equipment, handicrafts and different gadgets. His songs invited everybody to sing and dance and made it clear that life is a celebration. On this event, they even launched a sort of drum recognized in the native vernacular Djembe.

India stated that Java was very pleased to be amongst the children. “We got here right here to current our culture at the very least slightly bit, to convey our consciousness and to show that we should always protect nature, as a result of it’s our coronary heart. And children are the future of Brazil,” he stated.

Nucleo Kindergarten children had been the first younger viewers to see native individuals up shut and had been delighted with the presentation. The colours on the faces of the Indians attracted consideration. Most of the children mingled with the trio, shaking rattles created from small plastic bottles with popcorn or rice grains inside, making sounds that represented the music.

All different lessons from Kindergarten I to III had been in a position to watch the presentation of the youth from Accra. Some even danced and sang in honor of such a particular go to. Before that, the academics requested which baby had seen an Indian up shut, and the children answered: “We know them from the forest.”

For Adriana Rihalski, director of Neic, it was a particular expertise that the children will keep in mind endlessly. “They had been very stunned, they appreciated the integration with music, as a result of it was a brand new world for them. And musical training in early childhood is an much more essential exercise in on a regular basis life.”

Popular restaurant – The Indians took benefit of this chance and on Monday (19) additionally they visited a preferred restaurant in the Santo Antonio space, the place they made a presentation to service customers.


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