Science Play Explore science as you feel the dynamic flows of water and wind.

You can learn science while playing with water and wind.
Experiment by yourself or explore with friends, strengthening your curiosity,
thinking skills and problem-solving abilities.
The wonders of flowing water and wind will never leave you feeling bored,
as they keep flowing down, from side to side, and even upside down.
Science Play takes the dynamic flows of water and wind as its main theme,
stimulating curiosity in children and helping them
learn science through exploration activities.
Children also develop problem-solving abilities and social skills
through communication and cooperation by taking part in experiments and games.

Exhibition information according to subject, place and division
Theme Flows of Water and Wind
Location 3F Science Play
Type Permanent Exhibit
  • Waterwheel

    Pull the rope and move water using a pulley!

  • Make a Fountain

    Connect pipes to change the direction and length of water flows and make water fall from a water wheel.

  • Water Pump and Whirlpool

    Place a ball on spinning water as it forms a parabola. Where will the ball go?

  • Wind in My Face

    How does wind blow past my face and hair? Take a photograph and see for yourself!

  • Water Peak

    Gently touch a small fountain with a stick and see how it changes the water flow.

In what ways will the exhibit help my child?

  • Physical Development Activities using water and wind stimulate senses, while playing with props and tools supports fine motor development.
  • Cognitive Development Children develop curiosity, inference-making and problem-solving abilities, while learning to manipulate objects to achieve the results they want.
  • Emotional Development Exploring and making repeated attempts help children develop self-control skills and self-confidence. Activities requiring cooperation promote social skills.

Mom and Dad!

Playing with your child is fun. See from their perspective and enjoy the experience together.

  • 01

    Child First! Rather than lead your child, let him/her take the lead and choose what he/she wants to do.
  • 02

    Ask Questions! Ask questions that stimulate your child’s curiosity and encourage him/her to solve problems.
  • 03

    Be Patient! Do not prod your child to hurry along. Let your child take the time to fully enjoy the exhibits.
  • 04

    Pay Compliments! Positive comments on your child’s efforts, interests and thoughts strengthen his/her self-esteem and self-confidence.
  • 05

    Play Together! Play water and wind games and share the fun.