"Together We're Bigger" aims at the biggest drawing in the world and a Guinness World Record

PM Cerar said that two important elements of the project – connection and cooperation – can help us achieve big and important goals in life.

Between now and the middle of May, youngsters from all over Slovenia will create the biggest drawing in the world and submit it to Guinness World Records. The idea for the "Together We're Bigger" project, which aims to strengthen creativity, solidarity and intergenerational cooperation, comes from noted Slovenian psychologist Dr Kristijan Musek Lešnik. The project is also supported by Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar and Minister of Education, Science and Sport Maja Makovec Brenčič.

On Tuesday, 28 March, primary school students in Brezovica near Ljubljana officially kicked off the "Together We're Bigger" project. The Prime Minister, who was present at the event, said that two important elements of the project – connection and cooperation – can help us achieve big and important goals in life. The Education Minister added that the project wants to help children understand that they can achieve far more by cooperating than they can on their own. 

The project is also supported by Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar and Minister of Education, Science and Sport Maja Makovec Brenčič.

Youngsters from Slovenia's nursery schools, primary schools and secondary schools, and also the adults helping them with the project, will draw a person (either themselves or someone they care about). Alternatively they can contribute a handprint to a big mosaic.

Mr Cerar and Ms Makovec Brenčič have already contributed their own handprints, as have the members of Slovenia's national football team. Together, they invite children and adults alike to take part in creating the biggest drawing in the world.  

Source: Slovenia Weekly 

Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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