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Exhibits in your own words

Having students intensively explore and write about their favourite exhibit is a proven way of getting them to engage with the exhibits in the Dynamikum. Students can then give a presentation about the exhibit in school. Younger students draw their observations and describe them orally.The selection of exhibits can be completely free or limited to [...]
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Celebrations and events

Why not rent a museum!   The unique atmosphere of the Dynamikum offers a versatile setting for conferences, seminars and meetings, family celebrations, company parties and excursions. Our two function rooms (for 150 or 40 people) are located on the exhibition floors, so that you can let your guests to visit the exhibition as part [...]
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Discgolf

How many throws will you need to finish? In the varied terrain of Strecktal Park, a total of fifteen holes with different challenges (total length 1.8 kilometres) await players both young and old. DiscGolf is a modified version of golf – you don't play with clubs or balls, but with special Frisbees. Instead of a [...]
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Birthday parties

The Dynamikum is the ideal place for a birthday party: More than 160 experimentation stations invite you to tinker and play, and in addition, researchers small and large learn many exciting things from the wide world of science in a playful way. The day is guaranteed to be unforgettable! Options In order to meet your [...]
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Workshops

Workshops for schoolchildren It is possible to book one- or two-hour workshops to concentrate on a single physical or technical subject. The workshops are based on the same principles as our permanent exhibition: try it out for yourself, experiment with pleasure and deepen what we understand. Based on the framework curricula of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, [...]
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Info days and education sessions

Well informed! The Dynamikum offers educational professionals different options to learn about our programs for groups with students and further develop specific topics.   Teacher afternoons Which exhibits and projects are suitable for my school class or kindergarten group? How can I convey the content in a meaningful way? Interested group supervisors have the opportunity [...]
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My favourite exhibit

Having children describe and write about their favourite exhibit is a proven way of getting them to engage with the exhibits in the Dynamikum. This way, students can report about the exhibit once back in the classroom. The selection of exhibits can be completely free or limited to one floor or theme area. We recommend [...]
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Teaching Topics

Materials for the exhibition In order to make the visit to the Dynamikum the perfect complement to the school's course content, we offer a number of options to help teachers prepare the phenomena behind the exhibits in an individual and age-appropriate manner. This lets teachers prepare for or follow up on the subject matter in [...]
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Worksheets

Worksheets for download Experimenting and observing in a concentrated manner, making hypotheses and trying them out, estimating, measuring and repeating – that's how scientific research goes! In order to make the visit to the Dynamikum an optimal supplement to classroom learning, we offer a number of worksheets here. Our team is happy to provide support [...]
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Tasks to get started

SUGGESTIONS FOR STARTING TASKS During the first visit, it pays to have a lesson after some general exploring – but no worries, you do not have to be a natural scientist to do so! Many exhibits show references to everyday life and help students and visitors of all ages begin to explore scientific issues. Some [...]
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