Every child should have the opportunity to visit Discovery Museum. But together with the complete group it is far more fun and instructive. The professionals of Discovery Museum are dab hands at hosting school groups and developing educational products. They make sure that visits by school groups run smoothly and that everybody feels happy.
These pages offer information as to what Discovery Museum has to offer to primary school groups.
Kids’ Tour in Discovery Museum presents a world of discoveries. Children face all sorts of challenges, there are games, quizzes, tests and brainteasers… They will experience the effects of science and technology on their daily lives. This is a positive aspect, but there are also questions that incite a number of critical thoughts. But always in a humorous way and in keeping with the target group.
The themes that are dealt with during the Kids’ Tour are: Health, Food, Living, Working and Learning. The kids will have a great time exploring the theme-worlds and at the same time they will learn from taking a closer look at things. There is even time for the skills required for life in the 21st century. The Kids’ Tour helps the children find their bearings and incites them to discover even more.
Discovery Museum is full of surprises for the lower grades and for the younger children there is the programme Find the Boxes. These boxes contain assignments that are instructive, but at the same time they are good fun to carry out. It is a museum visit that they are bound to remember for a long time.
Discovery Museum can offer programs to suit the different grades in primary education. The children will spend a day, or part of a day, in the world of science and technology, organised on the basis of programs that fit their ages. Discovery Museum runs school programs inside and outside the museum, as well as in the schools. Below you will find a overview of our educational offerings for primary schools.
We also welcome secondary school groups. We have the right educational programs to fit in with the curriculums for the various grades. It may not sound very exiting, but the youngsters will be excited by the new experiences. Discovery Museum surprises, inspires and yields insights into today’s world and how it may evolve in the future. One of the focal points is the active role that each of them can play in this development.