Prime Minister Beata Szydło: Let’s make the children happy and remember that the smile of a child is the most important thing

I am very glad that you are here with us, let this be a day of happiness for our little guests. This day and the gardens are for you – Prime Minister Beata Szydło hosted families at the Saturday picnic on the occasion of the Children’s Day in the gardens of the Chancellery. The leading slogan of this year’s event was “The Little Pole”.


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Photo: Chancellery of the Prime Minister

Learning through play

In the gardens of the Chancellery, the children found numerous workshops and shows. They had an opportunity to learn the basics of medical rescue and first aid, as well as to gain knowledge about blood donation. They could also learn the rules of programming with the use of tablets and find out how to stay safe on the Internet. The children presented their talent during the theatre and speech-language, artistic and carving workshops. They could also learn fencing or playing the djembe drums.

Sports attractions and the kingdom of young chefs

The fans of sport watched the shows of karate, American football and self-defence. They also spent time actively, playing basketball, handball, table football and floorball. The young athletes had a chance to check their strength in the tug-of-war competition.

The little enthusiasts of culinary arts not only tasted the products with the Discover Good Food mark, but also took part in a culinary workshop and experiments at the minilabs of molecular cuisine.

Quizzes, competitions and the zone of little princesses

The children could check their knowledge, inter alia, during the quizzes on the railway safety, budgetary and financial matters and even on knowledge about the sea. The winners received attractive prizes.

The little ladies could make use of hairdressing and make-up stands, as well as participate in the classes of making jewelry and painting t-shirts and bags.

Other attractions

The children had an opportunity to closely watch the vehicles of the Fire Service and the Police, the Wheeled Armoured Vehicle “Rosomak” as well as take part in a show of pyrotechnic equipment, examine the fingerprints on their own or go through the mine-clearing path.

Little ones could also take pictures at a photo booth, try on historical costumes, watch a movie at the 3D cinema, obtain the Little Pole passport and watch a duel of the knights for the princess and a show of falconers.


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