What was life like for the children of the porcelain makers 100 years ago here in Selb? Did every child have their own bedroom? And what did they do for fun without any electricity or television?
We embark on a tour of discovery through the department called “The Working and Living Conditions of Porcelain Workers in Europe” and explore the everyday work of porcelain makers and the different workstations in the factory. We also get to make some great games from very simple things and see how it is possible to have a lot of fun even without electronic gadgets.
Location: Porzellanikon Selb
Age: Year (grade) 1-4
Curriculum reference: HSU (basic geography, history and general science) 1/2 4.2, 1/2 6.1, 3/4 4.1, 3/4 4.2, 3/4 6.1; S (general knowledge) 1/2 4.3
Duration: 2 hours
Group size: max. 15 children per group; up to three groups can be supervised at a time
Cost: €26 for the guided tour; €1 material costs per child
Registration: at least two weeks in advance by calling +49 9287 91800-48 or sending an email to museumspaedagogik(at)porzellanikon.org