kindergarten “Mediterranean Sea: Source of Life and Culture”

How can we protect the Mediterranean?

We do NOT throw anything into the sea or onto the beach.

We do NOT leave trash behind when we leave
the beach.

We do NOT fish for small fish in season
their reproduction.

We do NOT collect shells or other living organisms
from the sea or shores.

We do NOT disturb the marine organisms in the
sea or on the coast.

No ship should clean its tanks.
to discharge the oil into the water.

The second preschool education festival is organised by STEM education as part of the Panhellenic Competition. The festival will be held in each of our country’s 13 regions, and the work of the groups will be published on the STEM education channel on YouTube at the same time. Mediterranean: source of life and culture” is the competition’s theme.

Kindergarten students (4-5 years old) propose their ideas on how we can protect the Mediterranean environment through constructions with floor tracks and materials of their choice, creating groups of 6–10 students. They create their first algorithm while polishing their artistic and social abilities. They make little models with 1-2 sentences and place them on the tracks.

In this way, they will illustrate in three dimensions what they believe is more harmful and dangerous to the Mediterranean than human acts, as well as what they believe is more important and pleasurable in terms of conserving our life-giving sea. The 2nd STEM & Educational Robotics Festival for Early Childhood Education will feature these and many other concepts!

The Kindergarten game seeks to let young children think algorithmically for the first time. The game is developed to adapt to their specific age needs and specifically to help them:

  • To demonstrate their thoughts and knowledge by solving an issue.(problem solving)
  • To become acquainted with the fundamental concepts of algorithm development, control, and optimisation.
  • It is being executed as well as debugged.
  • To use spatial concepts of direction and orientation (right, left, etc.).
  • Learning through doing and receiving real-time feedback on how their commands steer a robot and help to finish a story
  • Participate in an activity that involves the entire body.
  • To converse and work with their peers as well as adults

Ages: Toddlers and Toddlers (4-5 years old)
People per group: 6–10 children


The “Mediterranean, source of life, and culture” action is non-competitive.

The official supplier of equipment for the Panhellenic Educational Robotics Competition is  knowledge research.

Free webinars for coaches in the framework of the Panhellenic STEM Competition 2024

On Monday 04/12 15:00-17:00

Kindergarten STEM Educational Activity: “Mediterranean, source of life and culture”.

Registration Form

(***The number of entries equals the number of teams you wish to enter. Lately you will need to upload the parental consent form and add it to your form completed, one for each student.)