Dadda had taken the day off work, so with everyone’s lurgy starting to abate, we needed an adventure that wasn’t too rigorous. Kreativum Science Centre seemed perfect, being about 40km down the road from us. I have written a previous post about this ( http://mammasschool.co.uk/education/science-and-spiders/ ) place back in January when we first visited. We bought annual passes at that point for all 5 of us, but Dadda hadn’t been yet. The centre is really good and has lots for children (and parents) of all ages to do. This is why I purchased the annual passes, and after 2 visits, they have paid for themselves 🙂 Plus, I realised it would take several trips to the centre to have a go at everything!!
Today we spent 4.5 hours at Kreativum Science Centre. It was so nice having Dadda there too. Obviously I enjoy his company, but when we go to places all three children have a habit of all wanting to go in different directions at the same time! So the extra pair of hands helped me, as well as allowing the children more freedom to indulge in wherever their interests took them. On our last visit to the Kreativum Science Centre we did manage a lot, but there was so much we hadn’t done. Today we went round a lot of those, including the bubble section which was a huge hit. Other new sections that we tried were logging, giant Lego construction, boats, sound, motion, and puzzles. We revisited some of our favourites from last time, such as the child-propelled little carts. We have done a lot of the centre now, but we still have the whole outdoor part to do, so we will be heading back for a day in that part next time. All three were so busy the whole time we were there. They were intrigued, curious, and adventurous in wanting to try everything. It really is the perfect place for them to be curious!!