How do you create a platform where children and young people's issues around sustainable development are taken seriously? That is the basic question which the Ung SciShop project investigates together with primary school classes in Storkriket.
Each operating year is based on a theme that is adapted to the current curriculum. The practical work is developed together with the teachers involved and to the special needs found in individual classes. The feedback from the classes and their teachers shapes the next year's work.
Land Art is an art form where you create temporary art with natural materials. By using all the senses out in nature, curiosity about the connections in nature is stimulated and anchoring points are created for fact-based knowledge that stays in the memory for a long time.
Classes in Years 1 - 3 worked with the water cycle and water in the future from both local and global perspectives. The feedback from LUCSUS at Lund University became a short film about the water in our taps in different countries.
Classes in Years 4 and 6 explored their local area and chose details to delve into. University students at LUCES Master's program LUMES saw the need for comprehensive material and developed the card game "Finns i Vombsjön".