We address our education offer to organised groups of children and youth, who can expect a lot of interesting activities, letting them learn, develop new skills and imagination.
The purpose of the workshops is stirring up the interest in the fauna and flora of oceans, seas and rivers of our planet, the history and the legends of the region, developing creative attitude and sensitivity to the beauty of the world around us. We welcome you to the workshops which focus on creativity, activity and discussion. The lessons conform to the core curriculum of the Ministry of Education and are divided into three groups: art, history and nature workshops.

The workshops offer is subject to change and adapted to children at all ages.

 

Opening hours

  • Monday – Friday 800 – 1600
  • Saturday – Sunday 1000 – 1800

Price

10PLN / person

group from 15 to 30 persons

  • Duration: 60 min.

The purpose of the workshops is stirring motivation to artistic activity, developing the creative attitude and artistic sensitivity. Our educational offer is directed for organised groups from kindergartens, primary schools, gymnasiums and secondary schools.
The difficulty of workshops matches each age group.

  1. Magic tricks in a jar (for kindergarten, primary school and lower secondary school)
    Aquariums in glass jars and bottles. A SOUVENIR FROM THE TRIP
  2. Predators from Oceanika (for kindergarten, primary school and lower secondary school)
    Forming sea creatures from clay in Oceanika (collective work).
  3. Underwater world (for kindergarten, primary school and lower secondary school)
    Decorating glass bottles with stickers with Oceanika’s flora and fauna motives, with brocade and sequins.
  4. Colourful coral reef (for kindergarten, primary school and lower secondary school)
    Recycling, painting using fingers, gluing on fish made of cardboard and rope, sprinkling with brocade.
  5.  Small and big fish made of salt mass (for kindergarten and primary school).
    Forming sea creatures from Oceanika from colourful brocade salt mass
  6. Painting fish on stones from the coral reef (for kindergarten, primary school and lower and higher secondary school)
    Aboriginal art – using dots technique.
  7. My painted t-shirt with a fish from Oceanika (for kindergarten, primary school and lower and higher secondary school)
    Painting OWN t-shirts with fabric paint, using ready-made stencils with sea creatures
  8. Writing with medieval fonts (for kindergarten, primary school and lower and higher secondary school)
    Writing with a feather and a stick – lettering.
  9. Written with a stick and charcoal (for kindergarten, primary school and lower and higher secondary school)
    Panorama of Ironworks in Samsonów – painted using charcoal and art eraser.
  10. My defence castle (for kindergarten, primary school and lower secondary school)
    Painting a castle made of cardboard boxes, decoration acc. to the child’s idea.

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The workshops are carried out in Scandinavian formula, with focus on activity, discussion and stimulation of senses. They are designed for preschool and primary school children, as well as secondary school students. The purpose of the workshops is developing interest in history, stirring curiosity in local legends, architecture and cultural heritage. The lessons are carried out in accordance with the core curriculum of the Ministry of Education.

  1. Legends and fairy tales of Świętokrzyskie Region (for kindergartens and primary schools).
    Promoting the region through learning about local tales and legends, combined with art workshops.
  2. Looking for the fern flower (for primary schools)
    Multistage field game based on team competition, consisting in finding a treasure hidden at the area of Świętokrzyska Polana.
  3. History in one pill – history kaleidoscope of our region (for lower and higher secondary schools)
    Interesting facts about various periods in the history of our region, in the form of a kaleidoscope of chronologically organised events, using multimedia
  4. In the footsteps of Svetovid (for lower and higher secondary schools)
    The outline of Slavic mythology, discussing the pantheon of gods, vegetation cycle of Nature based on contemporary holidays, folk tradition, cosmology of Slavs and its intermingling with Christian elements – a lecture using multimedia and art workshops.
  5. The crests of Świętokrzyskie Region (for primary schools and lower secondary schools)
    Overview and discussion of the symbolism of crests at the area of Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship and the related history – a lecture with multimedia presentation.
  6. Along the route of Old-Polish Industrial Region (for lower and higher secondary schools)
    Discussing the idea of the Old-Polish Industrial Region and its individual historical monuments, visiting the Miniatures Park – exercises related to finding the monuments at the map – work with maps, presentation of the creator of the Old-Polish Industrial Region – Stanisław Staszic.
  7. Świętokrzyskie in defence of Poland (for lower and higher secondary schools).
    Discussing the independence efforts of Poland in the 19th and 20th centuries – a lecture with multimedia presentation and finding at the map the towns that historically contributed to the independence of Poland.
  8. You can become a tour guide, too (for lower and higher secondary schools)
    Education game taking place at the area of Miniatures Park, in which groups draw lots with historical monuments for preparing a study and presentation – a competition with prizes.

The purpose of the workshops is getting the children interested in the flora and fauna of oceans, seas and rivers, providing them with information about individual biotopes and motivating them to take ecological actions. The workshops focus on creativity, activity, discussion and they comply with core curriculum of the Ministry of Education.

  1. Adaptation of animals to life in aquatic environment (for lower secondary schools).
    Presentation of live specimen and slideshow. Discussing the educational chart. Using the knowledge obtained for completing the workshop sheet. Learning about the anatomy and biology of the most interesting aquatic animals.
  2. Predators from the deep (for lower and higher secondary schools)
    The lessons combine the elements of lecture, work in groups and competition. During the workshops, the most interesting, curious, bizarre and even dangerous species living in oceans will be presented. Participants will have the opportunity to learn what living fossil is as well as have a closer look at tiny animals, which have not changed for 220 million years and which still live today.
  3. Coral reef – the oldest ecosystem on earth (for primary and lower secondary schools)
    The lessons combine the elements of lecture and work in groups. Matching any age group. The workshops provide knowledge about amazing and biodiverse ecosystem such as the coral reef. What species can be found in the coral reef? What are their interrelations and methods of survival? The workshops answer these questions and provide many interesting facts.
  4. The secrets of rivers and lakes of the earth (for primary schools)
    The lessons combine the elements of lecture, work in groups and competition, as well as experimental part. During the workshops, the biggest rivers and lakes of the world are presented, along with the most interesting aquatic species living in them, as well as amphibious animals. The students learn about the functioning of water reservoirs, their zones and the inhabitants in each of them.
  5. Entry of plants and animals to the land environment (for lower and higher secondary schools)
    The lessons combine the elements of lecture and work in groups. How did flora and fauna evolve? When did plants and animals colonise land environment? What adaptations did they develop? All these and many more questions will be answered. You will have the opportunity to learn about species of animals that became transition forms between the aquatic and land environments.
  6. Sharks and their amazing life (for primary schools)
    The lessons combine the elements of lecture, work in groups and physical exercise. The workshops, besides acquiring knowledge, stir up creativity in children. The life of sharks will be focused upon and myths about them will be debunked. The endangerment and protection of these animals will be talked about.
  7. The threats to and the protection of water on the surface of the earth (for primary schools and lower secondary schools).
    The lessons combine the elements of lecture, work in groups and experimental part. Environmental protection issues will be discussed, as well. What causes pollution to freshwater and seawater? What are the consequences? How does it impact our lives? A few practical advices how to save water. How to live in accordance with the principles of sustainable life.
  8. Testing the salinity of seawater (for primary schools, lower secondary schools)
    Students roleplay as laboratory specialists.
    How to prepare seawater that is perfect for fish tank?
    Researching and discussing the phenomena: Water displacement and salinity. Discussing the difference between seawater and freshwater.
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