Nature’s Playground

Gyeonggi Children's Museum

The Nature’s Playground is the perfect place for kids to play.Toddlers and children will feel warm and comfortable in a beautiful natural environment while they have fun taking part in various nature-themed exploration activities. Let’s talk about the seasonal changes in our natural world. How about planting some vegetable seeds in the vegetable garden or harvesting apples? Do you ever wonder about the conversations animals have? How about playing trains, wearing train clothes? What about creatures who live underground? You can even pretend to be a mole and explore mole tunnels. Do not miss our firefly experience inside a giant ginkgo tree at the Nature’s Playground. You can also discover a variety of cars parking on the way from the Nature’s Playground to the Healthy Playground. Shall we join the fire brigade and drive a fire engine? Don’t forget your fire suit! Wow, it even has a Dee-dah, Dee-dah siren! You can also enjoy lots more fun activities in buses, taxis and police cars. (This playground is strongly recommended for visitors under 48 months of age only.)

‘Nature Playground’ Exhibition Hall
‘Kitchen Garden’ Section
‘Apple Tree’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
― To develop hand and eye coordination and manipulation skills by sticking a fruit onto a piece of Velcro
― To improve one’s sense of proficiency by repeating the game.

• Instructions:
Pick an apple or make the tree grow apples.

‘Nature Playground’ Exhibition Hall
‘Animal Farm’ Section
‘Mama Hen and Her Chicks’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
― To experience being a chick being hatched by getting in and out of an eggshell.
― To understand the process of a chick’s birth by observation through a telescope.
― To acquire a greater sense of physical closeness with one’s parents.

• Instructions:
1. Step inside an eggshell, stoop, get out knocking the shell and become a baby chick.
2. Look inside the egg hatched by the mother hen to see the process of a chick being born.

‘Nature Playground’ Exhibition Hall
‘Animal Farm’ Section
‘Mama Hen and Her Chicks’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
― To experience being a chick being hatched by getting in and out of an eggshell.
― To understand the process of a chick’s birth by observation through a telescope.
― To acquire a greater sense of physical closeness with one’s parents.

• Instructions:
1. Step inside an eggshell, stoop, get out knocking the shell and become a baby chick.
2. Look inside the egg hatched by the mother hen to see the process of a chick being born.

‘Nature Playground’ Exhibition Hall
‘Animal Farm’ Section
‘Tending the Animals’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
― To understand how to tend baby animals by grooming and feeding a foal and a puppy.
― To develop a caring attitude toward animals.
― To understand the importance of devoted care to a baby’s healthy growth.

• Instructions:
1. Feed a chip to a puppy.
2. Brush the horsetail with a comb.

‘Nature Playground’ Exhibition Hall
‘Train Station’ Section
‘Big Village’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
― To personally design a big village using the building blocks of a village nearing the railroad.
― To compare the size between a small village and a big village made of blocks on the train table.

• Instructions: Make a village by moving and piling blocks surrounding the railroad.

‘Nature Playground’ Exhibition Hall
‘Pond’ Section
‘Fly Dragonfly’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
- To make a dragonfly fly in the wind or to catch one.
― To develop concentration on a moving object by following a dragonfly with one’s eyes.
― To understand the principles of cause and effect.

• Instructions:
1. Press a button to make a dragonfly fly in the wind
2. Observe a dragonfly flying in the air.

‘Nature Playground’ Exhibition Hall
‘Mole Tunnel’ Section
‘Going Up and Down’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
― To engage in the physical activity of climbing up a log and going down a slide.
― To enjoy a sense of speed, fast or slow, while riding down a slide repeatedly.

• Instructions:
1. Climb up a log and go down a slide.
2. Hide inside a hollow log or mimic various animals in the woods.

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