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VIRUS!

CoboStories Workshops

What is a virus such as Coronavirus?

Where does it come from and how do you fight it?

Will it affect you and your friends and family?

Can you do something yourself to stop it? Is it dangerous – and why does it mean you can’t go to school?

Hearing about a disease outbreak can be daunting, but learning facts can help ease your mind.

In the water cycle, humans only borrow the water for short periods of time. For all water is included in the circuit. It takes a drop of water many millions of years to reach all the way from water vapor in the atmosphere back to water vapor in the atmosphere. On the way, the water travels through fresh water and salt water, from clouds to underground lakes – and along the way we then lend it to people to drink, bathe or flush the toilet.

UN World Goal # 6 says that we must: “Ensure that everyone has access to water and sanitation, and that this is managed sustainably”. Can we? And how? We unleash the children’s imagination and get their say on how we can tell a good story about clean drinking water with a stop-motion animation film.

THE SECRETS OF THE CELLPHONE!

Your mobile phone consists of up to 65 different raw materials – everything from known things like gold to more unknown things like antimony and tantalum. But how do all these things turn into a phone?

UN World Goal # 12 says that we must: “ENSURE RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION”. In this workshop we will describe how the raw materials are first extracted, then transported and eventually assembled and distributed. We can also end up showing that the phones can be recycled – even if only a little more than 10% of them get it!

We research the avocado and learn about how it travels to Denmark?

During the day, we will invent and create our own stop-motion film that describes the avocado’s journey from field to refrigerator. Maybe we will get an idea on how to save some CO2 in the process? Or how to ensure that the water in Chile is not only used on avocados? Or how we can secure the farmers get a proper salary? Maybe we can come up with something completely different?

UN World Goal # 13 says that we must: “act quickly to fight climate change and its consequences”. Can we? And how? We unleash the children’s imagination and get their say on how we can tell a good story about the environmental impact of avocado production with a stop-motion animation film.