Kindergarten and day-care centre

The extracurricular learning opportunity in the EXHIBITIONCENTER LOKSCHUPPEN Rosenheim also supports the learning target of the Bavarian kindergartens and day-care centres. Groups of all ages spend exciting hours of playing and learning. The starting point of researching and experience are the original subjects or a faithful presentation. They arouse the childens natural curiosity. Learning by doing and learning with all senses – that is the central concept of the pedagogical work in the Lokschuppen.

 

 

Hint: Organisational documents for teacher (only in German)

 

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Amulet of a frog
Amulet of a frog

NEW!!! Playful Guided Tour and a trial course for our youngest visitors!

 

On presentation of the school-class-group-ticket, you get one small soft ice cream per pupil on a visit at the McDonalds branches in Rosenheim (Bahnhof & Kufsteinerstr.) and Kolbermoor for free. Works only in a class!


The combination of a guided tour and creative Workshop

After the tour with a thematic priority through the exhibition the children will design – after a brief introduction - a creative object to enlarge upon the topics of the Pharao Exhibition. The object can be taken home afterwards. Through a playful “zoom” on the separate aspects, students will memorise the newly learnt information lastingly. The educational professionals will offer optimal help when needed!

 


 

Themed Tours PHARAO

 

The contents of the separate topics are tailor made for the different standards of knowledge and ages. The aged-based tours with thematic priority focus on certain topics without losing the concept.

 

  • Duration Kindergarten and day-care centre tours: 45 minutes
  • Bastet, Anubis and Scarab (from pre school up to young adults): What did a cat and a dung beetle have in common? The ancient Egyptians worshipped these animals! In this guided tour, the pupils hear about the holy animals and gods of the ancient Egyptians and learn why they loved the dung beetle.
  • Everyday life and Childhood in the ancient egypt (from primary school up to young adults): How did Egyptian children and their families live? How did the Egyptian society work and which jobs existed? The pupil will experience in which houses the ancient Egyptians lived, whether Egyptian children went to school and what toys they got. 
  • Pharaos (from 4th grade of school up to young adults): About 300 Pharaohs ruled over ancient Egypt for over 3000 years. The pupils will get to know the most important ones: from the most famous pyramid architect to the queen with the fake beard.