Secom celebrates childhood with games of yesteryear!
Secom is waiting for you on June 1st, to play with the small and big Sotron, the Country, the country we want to host, The rates and the hunts, at the Village Museum in Bucharest
On International Children's Day, Secom® invites parents and children to celebrate childhood through play, as part of the special "Play as once" event. Between 11:00 and 13:30, grandparents, parents and children are waiting at the National Museum of the Village "Dimitrie Gusti", on the green meadow near the Rapciuni Church, to play the beautiful games of yesterday's childhood: Sotronul, Tara, country we want warriors, Rats and hunters, Elastic, Coarda or Alunelul, to participate in creative workshops, contests, raffle and to enjoy with the Secom® team the beauty of childhood.
The children are also invited to test their imagination and creativity and make morists, airplanes and paper steamers, in the workshops that will take place during the event. The most skillful masters of morists and planes will be rewarded with surprise gifts.
The event aimed to bring back to the foreground the beauty of childhood games that once started to be lost. Today, we rarely see children running through the yard or playing with other children. By catching, hiding, or skipping. Today's children's games are on tablet, phone or console.
Under the the slogan "Play as once", Secom® invites parents to remember their games yesterday and pass them on to their children. Although we may not be aware, these games contribute to children's physical development, emotional development, helping them develop their communication skills, creativity and teamwork, "says Lucia Costea, Secom® managing partner.
The event is held in partnership with Play School through the Play Caravan and it is addressed to all those who wish to enjoy the beauty of active childhood.
The entrance is free and the access is made at the entrance of Kiseleff road no. 30, the former headquarters of the Ministry of Culture (Secom® event access password).
Details about the event here.
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