December 04, 2019

The "misconceptions" and "impressions" in the Museum of Illusions

Students are visual learners A field trip is a great way to impart education to young learners through a practical and visual example. Students of Cambridge Primary, Global Indian International School, Primary Campus, KL Malaysia visited the Museum of Illusions for this purpose on 27th November 2019.

Students had just finished a gruelling week of exams and were ready for an adventure. Keeping this in mind our young learners headed to the destination at 9:30a.m. The students were welcomed and given a brief introduction to the fascinating world of illusions. Thrilled yet bewildered they entered a world that not only blew their minds away it also gave them an opportunity to learn the science behind illusions.

After exploring the museum by themselves, the students were divided into groups of 12 each and a teacher was assigned to guide the team. There were 10 puzzle stations to solve and this kept the students on their toes. Team spirit was high and students were seen mingling with great enthusiasm.

It was an amazing and unimaginable experience because whatever you see, especially in the Museum of Illusions, is not what it appears to be.

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