AUTUMN READINGS from the Piccolo Galileo Prize – Workshop 3-5 years
On the occasion of the first edition of the Piccolo Galileo prize, dedicated to scientific literature for children, girls and boys, the Children’s Museum Verona will host an exclusive series of workshops on the finalist books.
How? By telling little girls and boys the most compelling stories, browsing through the discoveries and inventions of the scientific world.
Together with an expert operator, we will discover the books that have most fascinated the reading public and propose a workshop activity linked to a different book each day.
Here are the 3 finalist books in the Junior category that we will explore together in this 3-5 year old workshop, on three different dates:
- C come Cervello. Neuroscienze per lettori curiosi, by Marcello Turconi and Allegra Agliardi, ed. Nomos Edizioni
- Estintopedia, by Serenella Quarello and Alessio Alcini, ed. Camelozampa
- Il giardino delle meduse, by Paola Vitale and Rossana Bossù, ed. Camelozampa
If you would like to take part in the 6-12 years workshops with the 3 finalist books in the Young category, click here.
You can read all the plots of the books and the motivations that led the Scientific Jury to choose the books among the finalists at this address: https://premiogalileo.eu/premio-piccolo-galileo/
Attention! It will be possible to reserve the books in good time by contacting the museum’s number (+39 045 2456540) or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com at the normal cover price, to continue reading even after the workshop! Limited copies, while stocks last.
|On the following dates:
C come Cervello. Neuroscienze per lettori curiosi, 17 and 18 September 2022
Single shift, from 11:00am to 12:00pm
|WHO IS IT FOR|
|Children 3-5 years old + one parent.|
|Admission 3-5 years: 7 €.
Accompanying persons: one parent enters free of charge.
|Children from 0 to 12 years old are admitted to the museum only if accompanied by at least one adult inside.
Further information on general entry rules can be found on the page: http://www.cmverona.it/en/regolamento/.