By Lara Bretzinger


The idea is to recreate the Cuaracy Ra'Angaba to demonstrate how a sun clock works. Before starting with the practical part of the lesson, the students should be informed about the Cuaracy Ra'Angaba and what it means for the Guarani people.

To now realize the installation of the sun clock, each kid paints things that are meaningful to them on some rocks. After the painting of the rocks is done, the class can now assemble all the rocks, as in the Cuaracy Ra'Angaba somewhere on the school campus. The teacher brings a tall stone for the middle part of the sun clock and positions it. After assembling, the teacher can then explain and show how the sun clock works.