MONTREAL, Nov. 19, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Starting today, the Montréal Science Centre is pleased to welcome youngsters to explore Clic! the zone for curious young minds, a new space for discovery aimed exclusively at kids aged 4 to 7.
Clic! the zone for curious young minds arose out of a desire to provide a space exclusively for this new clientele, where boys and girls can learn about science as they play.
In a playful atmosphere, surrounded by shapes and colours, children can take part in building a house, designing a roller coaster, creating shapes and patterns, and blending colours. Each game becomes a pretext for learning.
At Clic!, curious young visitors will be stimulated to develop such abilities as logic, creativity and dexterity, while having fun. The experience, which focuses on teamwork and socializing, will be a source of wonder and discovery for kids.
Families visiting the Montréal Science Centre will now have an area adapted to the needs of younger visitors. Clic! embodies the Science Centre's mission to ensure that all of its visitors can learn about science and technology to build their future.
With financial assistance from the Montréal Science Centre Foundation and its donors, Clic! The zone for curious young minds will now introduce a new generation to scientific marvels and discoveries. Everyone can encourage curious youngsters by making a donation; donors' names will be displayed on the Clic! donor recognition wall.
The Montréal Science Centre would like to thank its presenting sponsors, TELUS and Hydro-Québec.
The Montréal Science Centre is a key player in Montreal's scientific culture. With more than 700,000 visitors annually, the Science Centre complex is dedicated to science and technology, characterized by an interactive approach that is accessible to all and showcasing local innovation and know-how.
The Montréal Science Centre is managed by the Old Port of Montréal Corporation.
Pictures available here: http://www.centredessciencesdemontreal.com/media/Clic!/
SOURCE: MONTREAL SCIENCE CENTRE
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Felipe del Pozo