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Reading aloud for refugee children

Leseohren e.V.

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg
Medium German skills
Regularly
Discussed individually
Kids & Teenagers
Migrants & Refugees
#StandWithUkraine
Education & Language Support

About the volunteering opportunity

The Leseheimat Stuttgart is a branch project of the Leseohren (Reading Ears) and is focused on the reading and language development of refugee children. The positive side effects that reading aloud can have on the children are also significant. The attention and dedication during the reading lessons helps the children to feel safe and secure. In a relaxed atmosphere the children should gradually feel "at home" in the foreign language.

Your Tasks

The reading mentors read aloud at regular intervals in the institution for small groups of refugee children. Through songs, rhythm, sound and the joint viewing of books, a language pool is to be created, which, in addition, enables rapid (language) success. The volunteers awaken the children's interest in language and books through reading aloud in a loving environment.

What's needed

For this volunteering opportunity, intermediate German skills are required.

Ukrainian and/or Russian language skills 

Time required

Regularly
Discussed individually
On weekdays, during the day

Just contact us and we will discuss your possible volunteering times. In addition, we will then also clarify in which facility your support is currently particularly needed and you will receive the specific address from us.

Where?

Leseohren e.V.

Leseohren e.V. is is a non-profit organisation with the aim of teaching children the joy of language and books. The association now provides training and support for over 550 volunteers who regularly read aloud in day-care centres and schools throughout Stuttgart.

More about the organisation
Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg
Medium German skills
Regularly
Discussed individually
Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg
Medium German skills
Regularly
Discussed individually