NMNS, November 27, 2017 － When school’s out, the NMNS is the place to be. Each winter school vacation, our education team cooks up creative ways to learn and have fun – all designed especially for school-age kids and their families. These theme-based weeks are filled with activities and events focused around a particular science or nature topic.
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- Deep into Elephant Herds（Registration is closed.)
Saturday, January 27 – Sunday, January 28, 2018
Elephants are among the most intelligent of the creatures with whom we share the planet, with complex consciousnesses that are capable of strong emotions. Experience first-hand the mighty traits through multi-stage games.
- GreenMech（Registration is closed.)
Thursday, January 25 – Sunday, February 4, 2018
Who says creativity can't be learned? Creativity is a renewable resource that we can tap into at any time. And, yes, it’s a process that can be taught.
- Forest Eco-Explorers（Registration is closed.)
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Become explorers and participate in indoor and outdoor activities that relate to the unique natural environment of central Taiwan’s broadleaf forests.
- 2018 Winter Camps in Botanical Garden（Registration is closed.)
January 25 – February 9, 2018
Play＋Explore＋Creativity! Featuring exploring the Garden, art, culture and just plain fun, 2018 Winter Camps in Botanical Garden are places where creativity and imagination bloom.
- Life Science Camp
Thursday – Saturday, February 8 -10, 2018
Learn about cutting edge science by touring the NMNS' storage rooms and CSMU's labs. Receive instructions from Museum curators and University professors.
- If I Had an Elephant（Registration is closed.)
January 25 – February 7, 2018
Learn about amazing facts about elephants through creative and fun activities. Build kids’ confidence, creativity, imagination and skills of self-expression, communication.
- Forensic Science Winter Camp
February 8 – 11, 2018
Kids go undercover to tackle a suspicious murder using a variety of forensic science techniques they’ve learned from the Museum’s exhibition. Just like a professional!