Kindergarten Kinder erforschen die Welt

Discovering the world in a child-friendly way

Young children question the world around them and study it in their own unique way. We want to assist them as they begin to discover the world – with our own course offerings.

Preschool and elementary school children have their own needs, abilities, and interests. This is why there are separate offerings for them on the fourth exhibition level. They are also welcome, of course, to visit all the other exhibits, but here in ForscherLand they play the leading role!

For them it is an adventure playground full of imagination, creativity, and inventive freedom. Here children learn about the world through their own activities. In four large, thematic areas, they can experiment, wonder, and become inventors themselves at a unique machine.

ResearcherLand

Nursery and primary school children have their own needs, abilities and interests. That is why there is a separate offer for them on the fourth exhibition floor. Even though the children are of course also allowed to visit all the other exhibitions: Here in ResearcherLand they play the leading role!

For them, it is an adventure playground full of imagination, creativity and creative freedom. Here, the children learn more about the world through their own actions. In four large themed areas they can experiment, marvel and become inventors themselves at a motley machine.

An excerpt of our laboratory courses for kindergartens

Discovering the world starts in everyday life. We build on this in our lab courses for children in daycare. In one lab just for young children they discover, for example, how a magnet functions and can test which objects are magnetic. They find out what causes rainbows or how a plant drinks water. Children learn at their own pace and discover what lies behind the things in their everyday lives. The courses last two hours including a break and are for a maximum of 20 participants. There is a materials cost of 3 Euros per child and a minimum charge of 30 Euros (even with fewer than 10 participants). Two accompanying persons have free admission.

Swimming and sinking

Why does an ocean liner float while a small stone sinks? In this learning environment, the children become little material researchers. They can try out how different objects behave in water and what else water can do. Please bring spare clothes!

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Plants under the magnifying glass

Discovery and research is the focus of this course. The children explore the structure of a plant and investigate what each plant needs to live. Small experiments and looking at details through magnifying glasses and microscopes awaken the children’s spirit of discovery and encourage further research.

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