November 28 2022 8:23 AM E-paper Subscribe Sign in My Account Sign out

Children’s Mobile Museum launches two new educational stations

(Photo: From the children mobile museum website)
AMMAN— The Children’s Mobile Museum, which is one of the programs by the Children’s Museum of Jordan, launched two new educational stations, “The Human Body “and “The Planetarium” at the Salt Cultural Center, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The stations launched after they were updated and developed with the support of the Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation, the arm of the Arab Bank for cultural and social responsibility.

In a press release on Tuesday, the museum said that the two educational stations aimed to introduce children to several topics related to the human body, science, and astronomy in a fun interactive manner.

The development of both stations came as an investment project from the Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation under the 2019 “Leadership Thought Program.” The program seeks to invest in innovative projects and programs that encourage the development of individuals’ scientific and intellectual horizons to promote public benefit for all.

The project aims to provide the most significant number of students aged between four and 12, their parents, and their teachers with a memorable experience in interactive education to enhance their love for knowledge in several Jordanian governorates during annual museum tours.

To explore the new stations, families and the public can visit the two educational stations for free until Wednesday, from 3–8pm.

The children’s Mobile Museum is a free program launched by the Jordan Children’s Museum in 2012 under the “Our Museum is for Everyone” initiative.

Read more Around Jordan