10 & 24 November 2016
“I want to be an engineer” (6-8 years old) & "A journey in the Robot World" (9-12 years old)
Our younger friends opened a box of bricks, tiles, cogwheels, pulleys, levers, axles and, with a lot of imagination, came into the role of Engineer. They 'built' bridges, assembled propellers, and made simple mechanisms, giving movement to their constructions. Engineers in full of them! Because you are not born an engineer, but you become one!
The older children lived a different experience. Making a "journey into the world of robots", they found themselves making a real robot of their own! They assembled it piece by piece, completed it and then gave it a "life"! They programmed it, like all regular robots, and with a tablet, they managed to "obey" their commands!
They visited us
It was not the first time, not only for children and for parents, but also for school groups, so it is a popular activity. Reservations exceeded all expectations, more above the predetermined number of children, and the museum had provided for the action to take place again in March (8 & 29)
We were visited by a total of 200 people for robotics, while 60 parents and children attended the organized tour that followed.
In December, the museum decorates with its festive decorations and waits for you to "live, the museum ... in the dark ..."
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