Our this year's Passepartout has not forgotten this year about what gives all children the greatest joy. Experiment and discover yourself! Following the dreams of our preschoolers, we visited the Copernicus Science Center - a place full of interesting exhibits and experiences.
Although the center is well known to all of us, the stay there revealed new secrets for us. The main purpose of our trip was to participate in the screening of the film in the planetarium and visit the "Bzz!" Gallery. To the joy of young visitors, it turned out that "Bzzz!" is a place where everyone can independently, spontaneously, freely and according to their own plan, experience, watch and manipulate the elements of the exhibition. Our little explorers built a honeycomb and a model of a tree, played with a water gun, watched the balls thrown into the whirlpool of water, and constructed an obstacle course for the stream. On a panel with lines hanging from the ceiling, they listened to various sounds of nature and tried to associate it with a certain animal or atmospheric phenomenon. Finally, we went to the permanent exhibitions, where we experimented with air and freeze ice 🙂 Full of impressions and new experiences, we returned to the kindergarten. We are convinced that this knowledge gained through play will stay with us for a long time :)!