This thesis is composed of two parts: theoretical and practical. The emphasis is on the manufacturing process of the sieve and the paper. We tie paper together, creating a book in a way that everyone adds its own drawing, a description of it, and its own signature.
In the theoretical part I was writing about the developmental characteristics of children aged 5 to 6 years. I then described the history of paper and books. Next, I was writing about paper and the book as we know them today. I paid special attention to the influence of reading books on the development of a preschool child and describe what all fairy tales and picture books really offer our children.
In the practical part of my thesis, I was writing about our visit to the library, and how it was presented to us by the librarian. We were taught about composition and structure of the book, its shape and its characteristics. We saw that here are several types of books in existence and the librarian also showed us the proper way to handle the book.
Then I described how the children have, by active participation in various activities through three processes, create their own book.
All the children were very happy to participate in the above mentioned activities, and their cooperation was great. I found out how much the children knew about creating a book before and after our activities using the questionnaire. My results are presented using graphs and in thorough analysis.