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We would like to remind you that the portal conducts the social campaign “We speak Polish at home!”, which aims to popularise the needs of talking with children in Polish, pay more attention to this issue and improve children’s pronunciation.

Link to Poland supports the campaign “We speak Polish at home!”

But how can we – average persons – be patriotic in our everyday life? How can we express our patriotism and how can children be patriotic in the time of peace? The answers are quite easy to most of us, adults, but they are not that obvious to children. That is why it is important to talk to them about it and teach them about national symbols as well.

On the occasion of Children’s Day, Sunday 1 June, the Prime Minister’s Office opened its gardens for a family picnic to honour children and twenty-five years of Poland’s freedom. The picnic was organised under the motto “There is no liberty without happiness.”

Learning the mother tongue, which naturally entails maintaining contact with the homeland, is of particular value for Polish children residing abroad. Promoting this value has become easier it in the days of the Internet.

Easter is just around the corner. On this occasion, unique salty Easter eggs will be made in the Saltworks Castle in Wieliczka. The 15th edition of the competition entitled “The most beautiful salt Easter egg” will be held on Wednesday 9 April 2014 in the Saltworks Castle in Wieliczka.

‘Each year, millions of snowflakes fall from the sky . Only one of them can become gold after a kiss of the lightning. Light of such a snowflake brings voices of the children from all around the world, and only snowflakes in Rozaje have this power to charm every song’

For us, the people associated with FPSN, it is an extraordinary event. One day, on one stage, pupils of our schools gather. We spend the whole day together, get to know each other, compete, but also learn from each other. Reportedly, it is called professionally integration of the Polish community.