FunDay in Amman for Teens from Mafraq

Thirty-four students from Mafraq who are enrolled in the English Access Microscholarship Program, along with two teachers, participated in STEPS’ FunDay and had the chance to visit the Jordanian Food Bank and the Royal Automobile Museum, followed by games and sports outdoors at King Hussein Park, and a tasty lunch delivered by Firefly Burgers who kindly offered it as a...

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FunDay: Hip Hop Workshop / Day 2

Day 2. With the tremendous support of Instituto Cervantes, the Spanish Cultural Center in Amman, STEPS organized two days of hip hop training conducted by Abood Damra of vertex.stereo48 (#stereo48) from Palestine. Children and teenagers were selected from Hatteen and Al Hussein camps, Hashemi Janoobi and other locations. There were 3 or 4 hours of training each day and...

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FunDay: Hip Hop Workshop / Day 1

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FunDay at Firefly Burger

Today’s FunDay was a visit to Firefly Burger in Jubeiha where the children had the chance to help prepare their food before eating it. There were also fun games of Mikado (pick up sticks), tiddlywinks (a game of flicking buttons into a bowl) and a craft to create ‘talking puppets’ out of clothespins. Big thanks to Firefly Burger for their generous invitation! Thank you...

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FunDay at Freddy for Music

STEPS was invited by Freddy for Music in Abdoun (Amman) to bring a group of underprivileged children for a visit and introduction to musical instruments. What a fun learning time it turned out to be! Twelve children from Hashemi Janoobi had the chance to try out a real drum set and to learn about guitars, violins, pianos and more. There was plenty of lively rhythmic...

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FunDay at Firefly Burger

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FunDay: Kite Making with Refugees

Students from the German Jordanian University approached STEPS to help them organize a Kite Day for underprivileged children. The fun event took place in Baqa’a refugee camp with 12 lovely children and with the great assistance of ‘Friends of Children’ society. Step One was an ice breaker to get to know each other and for the children to reflect on what they would like...

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