Wisdom in the Fairy Tale

Gyeonggi Children's Museum

This space is composed of scenes that frequently appear in fairy tales. In each scene, you will play a main character in a fairy tale and uncover valuable lessons of life. Have you ever heard the story about the Big Dipper? We can watch fairy tale animations related to star signs at a sibling’s house from The Sun and The Moon folktale. Can you creep silently into the mouth of a tiger? Aren’t you curious about how the characters in the fairy tale survive a critical encounter with a tiger? (This space is designed for pre-schoolers.)

‘Wisdom in Fairytales’ Exhibition Hall
‘Dragon Place under the Sea’ Section
‘Dragon Palace’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
-To lie down on the bed of the hero, Sardine, inside the Dragon Palace model, and dream and share a story.

• Instructions:
Lie down on the bed and think about what dreams Sardine might have.

‘Wisdom in Fairytales’ Exhibition Hall
‘Dragon Palace under the Sea’ Section
‘Dr. Octopus Ball Pool’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
-To nurture a sense of balance and adaptability, and the ability to act by allowing children to play freely.

• Instructions:
Jump into the pool of balls.

‘Wisdom in Fairytales’ Exhibition Hall
‘The House of Miss Sun and Mr. Moon’ Section
‘Heungbu and Nolbu’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
-To remember the story of “Heungbu and Nolbu” by sawing a gourd.

•Instructions:
1. Two persons should hold the ends of a saw.
2. Push and pull the saw back and forth to saw through the gourd.

‘Wisdom in Fairytales’ Exhibition Hall
‘The House of Miss Sun and Mr. Moon’ Section
‘The House of Miss Sun and Mr. Moon’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
- To learn the story of “Miss Sun and Mr. Moon,” in which a sister and a brother become the sun and the moon, by looking at, listening to, and touching various media, sounds, visual works and installations.
- To experience traditional furniture inside a thatched-roof house

• Instructions:
Without taking off your shoes, lie down on the floor of a thatched-roof house and watch a video.

‘Wisdom in Fairytales’ Exhibition Hall
‘Tiger’s Cave’ Section
‘Red Bean Grandma and the Tiger’ Displays

• Learning Objectives:
-To understand the story of “Red Bean Grandma and the Tiger” by assembling puzzles made of nine plots.
• Instructions:
1. First think of the plot of the story “Red Bean Grandma and the Tiger.”
2. Complete the story in the circle by gathering the character puzzles that match the fairytale.

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