Every visit combines an educational MUSEUM GAME with a physically active WORKSHOP.
Museum route ‘Sports Sleuths': a fun investigation into the museum collection. (1st grade)
Museum route 'Studio Olympic Kid': This fun worksheet teaches pupils all about the Olympic Games from Ancient Greece to the present. (2nd and 3rd grade)
Sportipodium game: Question-and-answer session on sporting history based on the museum display. (2nd and 3rd grade)
NEW! What do you want to save for the future? Hopefully it fits in your Heritage box (all ages).
NEW! With the booklet saving heritage children discover how a museum takes care of her collection. (3de grade).
Sports workshop 1: Indoor fun (1st grade)
Toptafel, Frog Game, hamertjesspel or pierbol: less well known but really fun traditional games.
Sports workshop option 2: Compete Against Athletes (2nd and 3rd grade)
There are 10 physical trials that test your strength, agility, endurance, balance and speed. See how your scores compare to those of well-known athletes such as sprint champion Hanne Mariën, top gymnast Aagje Vanwalleghem and fencer Seppe Van Holsbeke.
Sports workshop option 3: Outdoor traditional games (2nd and 3rd grade)
Trabol (bowls), skittles, cosh and many other games can be played in the traditional games garden (competitions can be organised).
Duration: 1 hour per museum game and per sports workshop.
Price: 1€/pupil (museum admission), free admission for accompanying teachers, 45€ ( 1 hour sports workshop).
Maximum number of participants: 25 pupils per group
Language: Dutch and French (sportipodium game only available in Dutch)
Other: We work with teams. Combination tickets for Technopolis and the Toy Museum are available.