Sense and Sensibility
Do other senses affect the sense of taste? Can you see sounds? Can you cheat your Senses? And what does scientific ice cream taste like? Visit the Science Park for a one-of-a-kind sensory adventure. Experiential activity for preschool children
Preschool children and preschool teachers, who want their class to experience and learn about science in a fun-filled way that exposes them to various phenomena in the field.
By appointment only, during regular business hours and between 9:00-11:30 or 10:00-12:30.
: In the Science Garden of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot
40 NIS per child
By appointment only, through the registration center. Tel: 08-9378300
This activity introduces the children to the five senses – taste, smell, hearing, vision, and touch; and teaches them about sensory receptors and about how we absorb stimulation from the world around us.
As part of the activities, the children will take a guided, interactive tour of the Science Park and operate the exhibits so as to become familiar with their senses. They will also take part in a fun-filled demonstration that challenges the senses.
In addition, the children will learn how to make (and taste!) scientific ice cream using liquid nitrogen.
All activities are facilitated by Science Garden instructors.