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Children's Museum play days
datesEvery Tuesday
venuePlay Africa
11 Kotze Street, Constitutional Precinct Johannesbuerg
time9am-10:30am
11:30am-1pm
2pm-3:30pm
costDonations for booking are R80 per child
age3-10 yr olds
contact Send us an e-mail
Visit our web site
BOOK HERE or email info@playafrica.org.za

Play Africa, the award-winning interactive “children’s museum” based at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, has launched its full programme of playful activities and exhibits that offers children equitable learning experiences that bridge divides and help build South Africa.

As part of its commitment to facilitate transformative, innovative playful learning experiences for children, parents and educators, Play Africa’s interactive exhibits focus on three areas. These focus areas include STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP and CREATIVE ARTS - all of which can be experienced within their colourful space at Constitution Hill.

The STEM Exhibit activities include Hands on Maths, The Imagination Playground, Lego/Duplo, Farm to Market and Magnet Ball Wall.

The ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP Exhibit activities include My Constitution Activities such as the Children’s Courtroom, Voting Booth and Children’s Rights Exhibit.

The CREATIVE ARTS Exhibit activities include African Storytelling, Fantasy Play such as Mokoro and Incwadi Yothando. Tell a friend.

Children's Museum play days
datesEvery Wednesday
venuePlay Africa
11 Kotze Street, Constitutional Precinct Johannesbuerg
time9am-10:30am
11:30am-1pm
2pm-3:30pm
costDonations for booking are R80 per child
age3-10 yr olds
contact Send us an e-mail
Visit our web site
BOOK HERE or email info@playafrica.org.za

Play Africa, the award-winning interactive “children’s museum” based at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, has launched its full programme of playful activities and exhibits that offers children equitable learning experiences that bridge divides and help build South Africa.

As part of its commitment to facilitate transformative, innovative playful learning experiences for children, parents and educators, Play Africa’s interactive exhibits focus on three areas. These focus areas include STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP and CREATIVE ARTS - all of which can be experienced within their colourful space at Constitution Hill.

The STEM Exhibit activities include Hands on Maths, The Imagination Playground, Lego/Duplo, Farm to Market and Magnet Ball Wall.

The ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP Exhibit activities include My Constitution Activities such as the Children’s Courtroom, Voting Booth and Children’s Rights Exhibit.

The CREATIVE ARTS Exhibit activities include African Storytelling, Fantasy Play such as Mokoro and Incwadi Yothando. Tell a friend.

Children's Museum play days
datesEvery Friday
venuePlay Africa
11 Kotze Street, Constitutional Precinct Johannesbuerg
time9am-10:30am
11:30am-1pm
2pm-3:30pm
costDonations for booking are R80 per child
age3-10 yr olds
contact Send us an e-mail
Visit our web site
BOOK HERE or email info@playafrica.org.za

Play Africa, the award-winning interactive “children’s museum” based at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, has launched its full programme of playful activities and exhibits that offers children equitable learning experiences that bridge divides and help build South Africa.

As part of its commitment to facilitate transformative, innovative playful learning experiences for children, parents and educators, Play Africa’s interactive exhibits focus on three areas. These focus areas include STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP and CREATIVE ARTS - all of which can be experienced within their colourful space at Constitution Hill.

The STEM Exhibit activities include Hands on Maths, The Imagination Playground, Lego/Duplo, Farm to Market and Magnet Ball Wall.

The ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP Exhibit activities include My Constitution Activities such as the Children’s Courtroom, Voting Booth and Children’s Rights Exhibit.

The CREATIVE ARTS Exhibit activities include African Storytelling, Fantasy Play such as Mokoro and Incwadi Yothando. Tell a friend.




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