9000 indigenous kids will "learn by playing"

 
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9000 indigenous kids will "learn by playing"

9000 indigenous kids  will "learn by playing"
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Kickapoo kids from Sonora, Mexico

Kickapoo kids from Sonora, Mexico
The new generations of Sonoran Kickapoo can “learn by playing” and reassure the cultural elements of their heritage with an intercultural approach. (view small | med | large | orig)

Meeting the Sonoran Kickapoo Chief

Meeting the Sonoran Kickapoo Chief
Lutisuc joined in Tamichopa with Ramon Barbachan, Sonoran Kickapoo Chief, planning the collaborative work in benefit of the group (view small | med | large | orig)

A scene from the river in Tamichopa, Mexico

A scene from the river in Tamichopa, Mexico
Up northeast the state of Sonora, the Bavispe River provides water and food to the Kickapoo people. They chose this place to establish a century ago, because it reminded them the homeland. (view small | med | large | orig)

Didactic game in Pima language.

Didactic game in Pima language.
Didactic material elaborated by Lutisuc in 2004 to preserve the indigenous groups languages and streghten their cultural identity. (view small | med | large | orig)

Pima kids playing with their families

Pima kids playing with their families
Young mothers play with their kids using the didactic material elaborated on their own language. (view small | med | large | orig)

Memory game in Seri language

Memory game in Seri language
Lutisuc elaborated on may 2006 in colaboration with the Seri ethnic group, a memory game that describes on their own language sea animals that they find in their own habitat. (view small | med | large | orig)

Yaqui Kids playing with their teacher

Yaqui Kids playing with their teacher
Didactic material in yaqui language elaborated by Lutisuc on 2003 in colaboration with teachers and yaqui kids. (view small | med | large | orig)

Pima kid painting in a comunitary mural

Pima kid painting in a comunitary mural
Lutisuc has organized different artistic stimulation workshops, where indigenous kids ilustrate their traditions, legends and the world around them. (view small | med | large | orig)

Yaqui kid as a Deer Dancer

Yaqui kid as a Deer Dancer
Almost every indigenous group of Mexico do the Deer Dance, but the Yaqui group preserve it without variations since prehispanic time. (view small | med | large | orig)

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Project Leader

Maria Inmaculada Puente Andres

Manager
Hermosillo, Sonora Mexico

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