Edutainment | Science Lab – Kids exploring the world
Workshop for Kids and Teens
with Ulrike Albrecht und Team
Why does a compass always point north? Why does the sound of thunder come after you see the lightning? Why do icebergs float? Why do things fall to the ground, and why do raindrops get stuck on branches,..... why.... why…why?
Children have an insatiable thirst for knowledge and want to discover and understand the world with all their senses. The ScienceLab educational institution at Schloss Elmau offers a research program for preschoolers and elementary school-age children to explore interesting phenomena in nature, technology and the environment, and to show the what’s behind the amazingness.
In our ScienceLab experimentation courses, the children can ask questions and speculate about the prepared topics at any time, and test their own hypotheses with exciting experiments. The curious young researchers are supported by well-educated course instructors, and guided to find their answers independently with targeted questions. This lets the children immediately incorporate the experience into their own real-life world and benefit from the fact that they figured it out themselves. Besides the joy that the kids experience in the process, they simultaneously take on board the tools for an analytical approach to questions as they journey through life, as well as the insight that “research is fun!”
During the Research Weeks, e.g., the following topics will be on the agenda:
Exciting Electricity The Blue Planet Humans and Their Senses Magnetism Invisible Things in Our World
We look forward to a lot of curious researchers!
8 – 12 July 2019 5 – 9 August 2019 19 – 23 August 2019 21 – 25 October 2019
10:00 – 1:00 pm from ages 4 – 11
Please register your children for the Edutainment events when you book your room or by sending an email to our Hospitality Desk email@example.com
The workshops take place with at least 5 participants.
Please note that you must register your child with the Hospitality Desk one last time and in person, and give Schloss Elmau written permission to look after your child, before the start of the program. For the first unit of the program, the child must be personally handed over to the Kids caregivers by a parent or guardian.