Özay Günsel Children's University students continue to learn the inspirational stories of scientists while continuing their artworks in which they can demonstrate their creative hand skills.
At the trainings conducted by Özay Günsel Children's University held free and online for all children on Saturdays, 6-8 years of age World Group, 9-11 years of age Sun Group and 12-15 years of age Galaxy Group students decorated their rooms by preparing ornaments with the materials in their homes in line with the activity "I Design Wall Ornaments". In the "Scientist of the Week" event, the founder of the Pythagorean movement, the philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras was introduced.
Scientist of the Week 'Father of Numbers Pythagoras'
In the scientist event of the week, students learned about the life of Pythagoras, one of the names that laid the foundations of mathematics. Students who listened to the life story of Pythagoras who created the Pythagorean theorem, which they will use while solving mathematical-geometry problems related to the triangle in their schools, also learned about Pythagoras' musical life, life philosophy, and the students he taught.
They prepared colorful ornaments...
In the "I Design Wall Ornaments" event, students prepared colorful ornaments for their rooms with their teachers. Using the ornaments prepared using colored papers and paints as decorations on the walls and trees, the students had a pleasant time while developing their creativity. In the event, where the concept of patience was also discussed, there was a conversation about the need to work patiently to achieve success or reward. In the sign language education that takes place every week, the students, who started to make sentences in sign language, did fun exercises.