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  • September~October Infants Education Program 《Squirrel’s Looking for Acorns》
    • Venue/ Baby Nest (1F)
    • Participants/ Seven Families (At Least A Parent) with a Child Aged 24–42 Months
    • Period/ 2018.09.07(Fri) ~ 2018.10.26(Fri)

    At Baby Nest (toddler’s space), there will be a holistic educational program targeting children between the age of 24–42 months.

  • Chuseok Special Program 《Full Moon in My House》 Close
    • Venue/ Eco Atelier (3F)
    • Participants/ 15 Families with Children
    • Period/ 2018.09.22(Sat) ~ 2018.09.26(Wed)

    The full moon has risen. Let’s learn amusing customs of Chuseok and their meaning. Also, let’s make a ‘full moon lamp’ to decorate your house by using recycled wastes in the Eco Atelier.

  • 2018 Experts Association Program 《Looking for the Wind, Carrying the Wind 2—Ensemble of Wind》
    • Venue/ Education Hall (2F) and Outdoor Dream Space of Gyeonggi Children’s Museum
    • Participants/ Families with Elementary School Students
    • Period/ 2018.09.15(Sat) ~ 2018.10.27(Sat)

    Have you ever paid attention while listening to the wind? Always beside us, the wind has far more diverse sounds than you imagine. How about making an image of your family that contains various sounds of the wind after discovering different wind sounds with the unfamiliar sense of hearing?

  • September Weekend Family Program
    《Story of Stars and Bridge that Warm the Feet》 Close
    • Venue/ Education Hall (2F)
    • Participants/ 10 family groups accompanied with a child 6 or over
    • Period/ 2018.09.02(Sun) ~ 2018.09.30(Sun)

    In connection with the program ‘Finding Treasures in Children’s Stories’ at the permanent exhibition hall of the museum, this program offers the public an opportunity to learn about a love story between family members of seven siblings who became the Great Bear, and the old local story of Gyeonggi-do (origin of the place name). In addition, participants will make a ‘love’ star using nails and thread.

  • September Weekend Family Program
    《Doong Doong!! Let’s make a moon-shaped drum and make a wish!》 Close
    • Venue/ Education Hall (2F)
    • Participants/ 10 family groups accompanied with a child 6 or over
    • Period/ 2018.09.01(Sat) ~ 2018.09.29(Sat)

    There is a large, round moon! In connection with the program ‘Finding Treasures in Children’s Stories’ at the permanent exhibition hall of the museum, this program invites family visitors to learn about the old local story of Gyeonggi-do (origin of the place name) and the lifestyle of ancestors, and to make a small drum with an empty can and a balloon to make a wish for their family.

  • Special Education Program 《Yongmoesan Hero》 Close
    • Venue/ Outdoors in Yongmoesan Mountain, Container Library, Eco Atelier at GCM
    • Participants/ Lower elementary school students
    • Period/ 2018.07.31(Tue) ~ 2018.08.15(Wed)

    Do you know about Yongmoesan Mountain that connects to the G Museum Park? Children will transform into ‘brave heroes’ to solve environmental problems of Yongmoesan with their artist leaders. This educational program is a combination of creative problem solving, using sticks to draw and creating stop motion animations for screening which develops discussion and art skills.