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Schoolchildren

Educational workshops

The educational workshops promote autonomy and "do it yourself" by making the pupils actors of their learning.

School workshops are available by reservation on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from April to June and in September (except during school vacations).
To make a reservation:

Feeding the animals
Feeding the animals
Torchis
Torchis

Educational tools

These ready-to-use files (accompanied by an answer key) are to be used before and during the visit to the museum. They can be downloaded free of charge from the site.
Access to educational tools


Farm animals

Objectives: to discover farm animals and become aware of the role and importance of animals for humans.
Course:
- Introduction of the theme through a Kamishibaï (picture theatre) session
- A bucolic walk to discover the animals of the Museum
- Care and feeding.
Cycle 1
Size: 14 children
Bring boots

Teacher's sheet

Feeding the animals

Knock on wood - NEW

Objectives: To make pupils aware of the importance of forest ecosystems. To understand and discover the different facets of wood in the forest and its uses.
Programme:
- Immersive visit of the museum's wooded areas
- Creation of a tree identity card in charcoal
- Making of wooden shutters (for cycle 3)
Cycles 2 and 3
Capacity: 14 children

Teacher's sheet

Shortbread making

Little cooks

Objectives: to discover the pleasure of cooking. To understand the role of food.
Process:
- Observation and identification of the different food families
- Experimentation with the organs of taste
- Making a cake
Cycle 1 and 2
Gauge: 12 children
Bring boots

Teacher's sheet

Lux

Objectives: to understand the evolution of lighting from prehistoric times to the present day. How did our ancestors see when the sun was not shining?
Process:
- Visit some houses to understand the living conditions and the control of lighting
- Experiment with different types of lighting (fire, candle, gas, electricity...)
Cycles 3, 4 and high school
Capacity: 12 children

Teacher's sheet

Apprentice cheese maker

Objectives: From goats to milk, from milk to cheese. To understand the origin of milk, the different preservation techniques and the manufacture of cheese and other products derived from milk.
Course:
- Discovery of the different stages of production
- Visit to the breeding farm and the cheese dairy
- Production of a mini cheese
Cycles 2, 3 and 4
Capacity: 12 children

Teacher's sheet

Bread

Objectives: to make children aware of the importance of bread in our diet. To understand the stages involved in its manufacture. To approach the historical notions of bread.
Timetable:
- Presentation of the communal oven
- Making, kneading and shaping bread
- History of the bread oven and baking
Cycles 2, 3 and 4
Capacity: 9 children

Teacher's sheet

Bread

In the kitchen!

Objectives: To understand the impact of food on health and to discover the pleasure of cooking while taking care of oneself.
Procedure: Guided tour of the "À table!" exhibition, discussions about nutrition and a cooking workshop.
Cycles 3 and 4
Gauge: 12 children

Gardening

Objectives : To discover the gestures and tools of the gardener.
Procedure : In the educational garden, the children learn to spade, hoe, rake, sow or plant.
Cycles 2 and 3
Size: 14 children
Bring boots

Teacher's sheet

Garden of the senses

Objectives: To experiment with the senses during the discovery of the 5 senses garden and to acquire a basic vocabulary.
Process: Awakening the senses in the garden followed by an artistic workshop
Cycle 1
Size: 14 children

Teacher's sheet

Biodiversity

Objectives: to become aware of the animal and plant diversity that surrounds us by discovering the fauna and flora of the Museum, throughout the seasons.
Procedure: Several themes can be tackled among which: life in the pond, bees and their importance for pollination and the discovery of life in the meadows and on the edge of the forest.
Cycles 2, 3, 4 and high school
Gauge: 14 children (pond), 10 children (bees)
Bring boots. Content to choose from among the proposed activities, variable according to the season and weather conditions.

Teacher's sheet

Mare

Eco-building

Objectives: To raise awareness of bio-climatic architecture
Course of action:
- Assimilation of the different components of a house
- Identification of their function
- Recognition of the main materials used in construction
- Understanding of the influence of the environment on architecture
- Assembly of a cob wall or corded wood construction
Cycles 2, 3, 4 and high school
Size: 12 children

Teacher's sheet

Budding naturalist

Objectives: discover the animals in the Museum through a naturalist approach. To develop sensitivity and artistic culture.
Process:
- Depending on the level: gathering plants, cooking charcoal, making plant colours
- Observation drawing of the animals in the Museum
Cycles 3 and 4
Size: 12 children
Bring a smock

Teacher's sheet

Around the exhibition "À table !

Playful visit "everything is good in the pig".

Objectives: To discover the professions of the meat industry, to understand the current issues
of animal husbandry, to make the link between the animal and the plate.
Course:
- Guided tour of the exhibition "À table !" and "la Saint cochon"
- Game "Questions for a pig".
Cycles 2 and 3
Capacity: 15 children

Discovery visit of the exhibition and philoludic workshop

Objectives: to develop a critical sense, to learn to think, to dare to express one's opinions,
to respect those of others
Launch of the discussion around the exhibition "À table !" followed by a workshop game encouraging reflection on our relationship with food.
Suggestion for the day: to be combined with the Apprentice Cheesemaker, Bread, Little Marmitons or in the kitchen workshop!
Cycles 2, 3 and 4
Capacity: 14 children


The pluses:

The wild inhabitants of the museum. Discover the wild fauna on a 12-stage route, in autonomy, throughout the park.

Guided tours :

The museum also offers general or thematic guided tours of one hour, by reservation (from CM1 to high school).

Reservation

School workshops are available on reservation on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from April to June and in September (except during school vacations).
To make a reservation you can call us at 03.81.55.20.17 or use the reservation form.

Rates per student

Admission for a self-guided tour: €4.50
Admission and guided tour (duration 1 hour): €7.00 (from 8 years old)
Admission and one educational workshop: €9.50
Admission and two educational workshops: €13.50*
One accompanying adult (per group of 10 children): free
Additional accompanying adult: €4.50
* from 1 April to mid-May