Education Interactive science program helps children learn about recycling The Saigon Times Daily Monday, Nov 11, 2019,12:11 (GMT+7) Interactive science program helps children learn about recyclingThe Saigon Times Daily The BASF Kids’ Lab program helps children discover the world of chemistry through hands-on experiments under the guidance of BASF volunteers and university students – PHOTO: COURTESY OF BASF HCMC – About 650 children in HCMC learned about recycling in the interactive science program BASF Kids’ Lab that took place at Ho Xuan Huong Stadium in District 3 from November 8 to 9. Jointly organized by BASF and the HCMC Department of Education and Training for the ninth consecutive year, the program introduced two new experiments to help children learn how recycling can contribute to effective waste management and the responsible use of natural resources. Participants included primary students from districts 12, Hoc Mon and Cu Chi, as well as children of BASF employees and customers, and 40 children from Anh Linh Charity House in District 7. The BASF Kids’ Lab program is an interactive, fun and free chemistry education program designed for kids aged 6 to 12 years to discover the world of chemistry through simple and safe hands-on experiments. “This year, BASF is… Read full this story
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