The children of the inclusive day-care center Mittmang collected 254 Green Footprints. Thank you!
Many institutions in Lübeck also collected Green Footprints.
Here are some statements of the children:
Kevin. 6 years, „Energy comes from outside from the wind turbine.”
Neyla, 4 years, „We have to take care of our earth, in ordert hat it doesn’t get sick.“
Lina, 5 years, „If we do not crumble much during meals, we do not have to vacuum much and save energy.”
Emil, 6 years, „Buying fruits and vegetables from the farmer.“
Max, 6 years, „If it keeps getting warmer, there will be floods.”
Henry, 5 years, „I hear the current out of my cucumber.”
They explained to the adults:
Do not keep the light switched on if you’re not in the room“
„Air and sun have energy which we can use”
„Do not always go by car“
„Avoid waste – use lunch boxes“
My training bike helps the climate”
„Carpools help the climate“
„Climate affects the whole earth, exhaust fumes remain in the air”
„Plants protect – plants give oxygen and clean the air“
This year, Neumünster was active again with the campaign “Walking to School”.
The 19 children of the kindergarten „Schatzkiste“ in Neumünster collected all in all 211 green footprints, plus 40 blue and orange footprints each.
The director wrote:
“This time we made the green footprints out of pressed leaves. As the children and parents would love to keep them, please find an example foot attached to this letter,."
There, in 2014, seven institutions participated and collected 15,520 green footprints.
225 children from primary school “Gottfried Keller Straße” collected 3,986 green footprints.
Their report said:
This year, our action week was themed with “Bio & eco? – logical!” Each class worked on one aspect of this topic. For example, please find attached the report of class 4a. This class mainly worked on the regional aspect of biological produced food.
But other classes visited the next bio-farm, which grows vegetables, offers meat of their own animals and additionally, has its own bio-bakery. Or they visited stands at the local farmer’s markets, which offer vegetables and fruits from own production.
They were even allowed to harvest apples in a garden, which is totally regional in closest proximity to the school.
In doing so they collected 1,235 red footprints.
You have to read the report of class 4a (pdf, 1200 kb)!
During the mentioned “Bio Eco Week”, the class 3a, together with their teachers, opened a shop with ecofriendly school material. Since then, this shop has opened every day of school and has been visited frequently.
Please find the report here (pdf, 300 kb).
From 2nd to 6th June 2014, 164 children of the primary school Pellwormstraße collected 1,651 Green Footprints.
The primary school “Falkenstein“ reported:
“From 22nd to 28th September 2014 we had organized a “Green Footprint Week”. In their “HWS” class, the pupils worked on this topic and on Friday there was a walking school trip to the city park. There, the classes worked on different projects.”
The primary school “Lütjemoor“ sent us the following e-mail:
“Dear footprint people : -)))
Our school did also collect green footprints, namely 7,853.
That is a very good result, considering the fact that our school “GS Lütjenmoor” from Norderstedt is a small one with 8 classes!
Thank you for this great action which we are attending every year!
The second classes of GS Klosterbergen in Reinbek collected 790 Green, 63 Red and 42 Blue Footprints. All put together these are 895.
In the kindergarten St. Elisabeth there were 20 children from the Clownie-Groupe together collecting 137 Grüne Meilen/Green Footprints.