Make a splash in World Works
Inquiry and the glory of wonder prevail in this action-packed, hands-on environment that encourages the questions, “Why?” and “How?” World Works is designed to promote object play to provoke investigation, observation, experimentation, and problem-solving through intriguing activities.
From the colorful cast of shadows on the wall to the see-through tubes and water vessels, time spent playing and splashing in World Works opens the floodgates that fuels a passion for learning.
Playing in World Works contributes to the development of essential life-long skills such as:
- Critical Thinking when organizing and executing a plan for moving all the packages through the toy warehouse.
- Confidence when discovering the best way to use water’s powerful force to get a boat down the chute the fastest.
- Creative Thinking when taking paper that was made in the paper factory and using it to reinvent something new.
Check out these books related to the World Works gallery:
- Galimoto by Catherine Stock
- Guess Whose Shadow? by Stephen R. Swinburne
- What! Cried Granny: An Almost Bedtime Story by Kate Lum