On May 7, 2019, at the StartPRO Design Creativity Center, with the information support of the Coworking Center of NCO CJSC and the Soulful Moscow portal, the final IV festival was held as part of the Science for All: The World is a Game! Project.
The motto of the final scientific holiday was the well-known truth: "The whole world is a game!" According to Albert Germanovich Einstein, all the great discoveries and achievements of civilization were mainly made playfully, on a whim, in inexplicable moments of insight. Teaching children to think creatively, collectively and quickly enough became the main task of the IV final scientific festival "Science for All: The Whole World is a Game!"
At the same time, each child was able to make sure that real games, real life, real communication with friends and adults are much more interesting, that such interaction causes more positive emotions than electronic gadgets.
At the expositions of the UNION OF INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS - in the "Einstein Academy" and "Einstein Museum" - 10 interactive platforms with intellectual board games worked. The most popular were “Kotosovs”, “Wet Roulette”, “What? Where? When? "," Spinner Battle "," Shlepusy "," Family Crocodile ". During the games, children and adults jointly earned prizes and IQ-souvenirs. As before, the action aroused great interest among schoolchildren and their teachers.
We remind you that this Project received the support of the Second Competition for the Grants of the President of the Russian Federation for the Development of Civil Society in 2018. The main goal of the Science for All project is to demonstrate to parents and teachers innovative methods of working with “difficult” children to reduce their number and improve the quality of communication between children and their parents, peers, as well as with teachers through the organization of their joint activities. The restoration of communications is carried out informally, in the form of games, contests, master classes, quizzes within the framework of the four Science for All Festivals. All activities of this pilot Project take place during the 2018-2019 academic year.
In his final speech, Albert Einstein wished all the participants of the festival to pass the exams successfully, have a good rest in the summer and never forget: “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you have to constantly move. So go ahead! To the knowledge of the world, to the knowledge of oneself!