Help youngsters get more out of their museum visit on a participatory, story-crafting tour tailored for your group’s learning level.
Why do people create art? Why is art needed? Participation, identity and storytelling are the main themes of EMMA’s KULPS! tours, which teach students why art is needed and how it can help us to develop empathy and emotional intelligence.
What kind of skills are needed on the sea? How has humankind affected the sea throughout history, and how do we impact it today?
What can one find inside endless tunnels of an ants' nest? Which animal has arranged air conditioning into their nest?
What is process of design like? What kind of creative ideas one can come up with in nature?
The traffic controller and the clue objects lead the school class to explore traffic on land, air and sea.
On this visit to the Toy Museum we study the past and present of travel and vehicles from many different points of view.
On the guided tour History of toys and play we acquaint ourselves with the Toy museum’s permanent exhibit I spy… a whole load of toys.
On this visit to the Toy Museum we study traffic from many different points of view.
The Express train to Vehicle Play is filled with the rush of speed and the joy of travelling!
What were toys like in the times of great grandfather or -mother? This is as easy as child’s play to learn through the tour package.
On this tour you will get to know about yesteryears’ toys and childhood. The students will get to touch and try out toys from different decades on the tour.
On this visit to tOn this visit to the Toy Museum we study the history of childhood and toys from many different points of view.he Toy Museum we look at children’s and childhood’s history from many sides.
On the guided tour A Flying Start into Vehicle Play the children get to follow the lead of the traffic controller and explore the wonderful world of traffic!
The tour package The 1900s through children’s eyes includes a short pre-assignment, a visit to the Toy museum and a post-assignment.
On this visit to the Toy Museum we look at children’s and childhood’s history from many sides. The visit includes the guided tour Toys and play in the past and present and the workshop Folk toy tune-up.
On this visit we take a look at the history of childhood through tricky riddles and fun crafting. The visit includes the guided tour Museum path and the workshop The world’s thinnest horse.
The Museum path tour is full of playful puzzlement for the students.
At Playtime we learn some old and some new group games and play them together with the whole class.