A golem is, in Jewish mythology, a creature made of clay, which has the shape of a human being. By a spell, it comes to life. It’s supposed to protect people from evil, but it can’t even speak. Charles Kohl was a master in the art of making creatures out of clay.
Children examine his exposed creatures and then try to make their own little golem out of clay. Maybe one of the children knows the secret to bringing these little men to life?
Educational objectives: Strengthening listening comprehension and stimulating creativity
Public: From the first cycle of primary school