Exploring the immediate environment is the children’s first scientific experience. For example, they discover animals and plants on the grounds of the daycare center and in the surrounding area.

Children from the age of three are also enthusiastic about discovering everyday phenomena in physics and chemistry, because children are little researchers from the very beginning. Our graduate chemist picks up on the children’s spirit of research.

Through observation and experimentation, the children learn about our four elements: water, earth, air and fire. During experimentation, questions are taken up, such as: What floats to the top, what sinks? What happens when a birthday candle is lit, what happens when it is blown out? And why does baking powder have to be in cake batter?