The "Together in Harmony with Animals" exhibition is designed to provide
children with a better understanding of animals and to
develop a desire to live peacefully alongside animals.
With the relationship between animals and people as its theme, this
exhibition allows children to learn about animals from diverse
perspectives, enhance their thinking skills, and explore their curiosity.
By observing and understanding animals,
we can learn to think of animals as our friends.
By respecting and caring about animals as our friends,
we can create a better and happier world.
|Theme||Understanding animals and their relationship with humans|
|Location||1F Nature Play|
Work together to make Seoul a better place for animals to live.
Learn the many ways (body movements, sound, light, and color) that animals express themselves.
Try on sea animal costumes, and become a member of the ocean community!
Don’t try to pet or touch an animal just because you want to. Learn to become friends with dogs and cats by learning about their feelings.
Learn about animals through stories, pictures, and sayings.
Do you think animals want to be friends with us? Just wait and see!
In what ways will the exhibit help my child?
Mom and Dad!
Help your child learn to respect
and truly care about animals.
01Learn to respect and care about animals. Animals are life forms—just like us.
02Animals that are friends with children Encourage your child to form emotional bonds with animals
03Protectors of animals Discuss with your child ways that they can
04Encourage your child to learn more If child shows interest in or are curious about something
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