The set of the activities to support the multicultural perception of the world for children from 12 to 18 years old.

Do you have time to think about, look for or create constantly new activities that are dedicated to the actual topics such as tolerance, multicultural society, getting to know the world and yourself?


Do you want your students to have fun while learning, sharing their points of view, listening to the others and communicating with each other at the same time?


Would you like to show young people how to broaden their horizons in original and experiential way and how can different cultures enrich each other


But HOW?

I have a solution for you! 😉

Activities and games for getting to know and experiencing the world differently.

How does it look like?

This set consists of 2 activities – The World full of Stereotypes  and What connects us across cultures? and a BONUS.

Activities are full of colours and visually interesting in order to attract children as well as adults.

PDF format enables easy printing of all cards.

What is the purpose?

These activities are primarily for children of the 2nd grade of the elementary school and the secondary school (approx. 12-18 years old). Individual activities, questions and tasks can be easily adapted by choosing the right words according to the age and knowledge of participants. 

This set of activities first explains, through practical activities, the differences between nations and cultures in the world, deliberately looking for stereotypes of the given country and its inhabitants. Subsequently, it points out what unites people all over the world, regardless of a place of birth. It demonstrates the connection of people on individual topics such as music, dance, gastronomy etc. There are questions for discussion and tasks added to the individual topics.

It contributes to tolerance, awareness of the common foundations of humanity and common values. It supports solidarity and sharing one’s own ideas.

What will students get?

The set of activities contains:

More than 50 pages of pictures, questions and tasks.


Introduction for the Experience the World set of activities

– description of the activities, usage suggestions, further inspiration, information about the author, contact, copyright


The World full of Stereotypes

Do you recognize a nation according to its customs, traditions, life style, cuisine or religion? This activity contributes to the awareness of danger of the prejudice and programs but also of social values. It supports solidarity, openness in communication and sharing our thoughts.

What connects us across cultures?

The main and common task of these activities is to break down the stereotypes, xenophobia, racism or other forms of discrimination. Activities contribute to tolerance, awareness of the common foundations of humanity and common values. They encourage solidarity and sharing one’s own ideas. It contains 10 cards with different topics, questions and tasks.

BONUS surprise

Fun and original Role playing game II. Great game that pulls everybody in. It leads to reflection, awareness of different life situations, develops empathy, logical thinking, cooperation and imagination.  

What is needed?

Printer – ideally color printer. The activity contains the pictures for printing that have beautiful colours. You can print them in black & white, the functions stays unchanged.

Laminator – not necessary but recommended for laminating the pictures so they stay longer pretty and usable.

Be in a good mood and actively engaged!

How to use the activities?

Each game has its description what is necessary to have, how and what to prepare and what are the rules of the game including further usage. A teacher/guide/parent acts mainly as a moderator, most of the activity is left to the children/students. Everything is very flexible. It can be adapted to the age and knowledge of the participants.

Reviews from those who have already tried it ...

"The author opens up the actual topic of stereotypes that is great. People are often afraid of going to this thin ice but these supportive activities can open a path for them."
Šárka F.
ScioŠkola Frýdek-Místek
"I like the idea. To increase the awareness about others and other cultures, other countries, different customs, to support tolerance and break through stereotypes at the same time I think it is one of the most important task in the educational system."
Lucie K.
ZŠ Brandýs n.L.-Stará Boleslav

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How much is your investment?

Your investment is: 360 CZK

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Who is that daring author? 😉

My name is Jana Kalenská and I live with my family in a small town underneath the Krkonoše mountains in the Czech Republic. I am a traveler, mum, creator and everything that is connected to it.

I like to create, experience and get to know new, untraditional things. I am interested in cultures, nature, stories of people and uniqueness of all kinds.

I aim to avoid routine, stereotypes, “solid tracks”, prejudices, judgements and “fitting into the box”.

“The best is to form your own view on everything based on your own experience.”

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If you have any questions regarding activities, games or anything about my project, please, do not hesitate to contact me: jana@zivotvesvete.cz 🙂
Jana Kalenská
the authoress of the Život ve světě project and activities