In May: ”Belinichy orphanage”

Posted: May 30, 2016 by Dobr9k in Belinichy

This month was eventful and rather diverse for the children. The first meeting was held with puppet theatre, we were talking about Easter. At the end of the meeting the children were given presents and of course all ofIMG_5293 them left the meeting being happy and delighted. The warm spring days came anIMG_5494d the children started to spend more time outside. We decided not to deprive them of a walk in the evening too and to hold a class outdoors. It was a fascinating and special time because there are more opportunities to play different interesting games outside. The special thing in this day was that a group of children with Down syndrome joined us. During camp time we were able to spend more time with such children. During usual visits we see them seldom, that is why I was happy to pay more attention to them, as they are deprived of many things, and at this meeting we were talking about friendship. We had an opportunity to surprise the children with little presents which were received with joy. The younger children had a class about Zaccheus, all of them were attentive and active while answering the questions. IMG_5571On the pre-last Thursday of May 50 children from the orphanage had a chance to visit the circus, that gave a lot of different emotions to the children. IMG_5480Everyone was happy. We are very thankful to everyone who participated in organizing the trip to the circus. It was an unforgettable time.

The elder children had discussions on rather serious themes. We were talking about “The Christ’s endeavor”, about sufferings and the meaning of Easter to us. There was also a theme about fears. The elder children also saw the puppet theatre performance and joined the trip to the circus. And the last theme this month was very serious, Dima talked about suicide and the “Value of life”.

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