Wow, future surgeon I think!
Science museum? Kieran went to one not too long back and loved it!
Wow, looks like she's getting stuck in! Braver than i am!
@Pampered Mummy - hopefully plastic surgeon, she can sort me out! :)@Nicki - yes, the Experimentarium in Copenhagen, it's fantastic! :)@Paula - both of my kids are fascinated by these bodies :)
They look fascinated by that - my son would love it too.
Is she dissecting a body? A future surgeon maybe? How wonderful to get stuck in like that and she looks so engrossed. X
What an amazing place for kids!
she looks likes she's very 'hands on' and in charge! did she get the bits back in the right order?
@Erica - I think if they could choose to have one at home they would!@Jenny - putting one back together again (well trying to anyway!)... :)@Planet Penny - it is brilliant :)@Gemma - not quite, but she gave it a good go! :)
What concentration.I want to have a go too!
Danish education is marvelous. We don't start surgery here until high school ;)
oh looks good fun, she looks very intrested by it all :)
Again, that museum looks fab. Love the way her sleeves are rolled up and she is fully concentrating on the job! X
@Midlife Singlemum... love the comment, made me laugh! Thank you! Emma:)@Sarah - they have competitions to see who can shove all the bits back in the fastest! :)@Melksham Mum - thank you! She was on a science mission that day! :)
What a brilliant idea, learning and fun at the same time, love it and can't wait to do this sort of activity with my girls
Great to see them getting stuck in! Lovely to see your gorgeous two x
Ok I took it apart, and put it back together again but i seem to have a few bits left over! It'll be alright though wont it?
Love the concentration! Looks like a great place to go.
Don't suppose you fancy having an 8 year old girl come live with you during term time?? Please? Looks like she could learn so much while there. x
She looks like she's getting really stuck in!
@Mummydichotomy I secretly love trying to sort it out once they have finished!! @Mari'sWorld... them leaving their toddlerhood behind does have some advantages... weep... @Alexander Residence - thank you! :) @Fivegoblogging - I always feel sorry for the poor bodies once they have finished!@Mags - thank you! :) @Alexandra - my six year old would love that :)@Mcai7td3 - thank you! She was concentrating on the stomach area. Unfortunately it looks like part of the intestines have been left out!! :)
Nice photo with our future doctors.
that really does look like a lot of fun..
Love her focus!
@Leovi - thank you so much :) @Frankie - I am not sure what's going on with the comments system today but one of your comments disappeared when I published it! Thank you, yes there is tons to do for them here, it's a very child friendly country! You could possibly even take them to NOMA and get away with it! @Littleflowerbaby - thank you :)
Looks to me like she's done this before. :) And brother is standing by ready to play assistant if she forgets a part.
O love places like this. Is she taking it apart or putting together? Maybe creating something new altogether!
@SE Meyer... Definitely! I am not sure whether he is a help or a hinderence though!! :)@BlueBearWood - repairing the dismantling done by little brother I think :)
what a wonderful idea!
Looks like a very fun place to be
Looks wonderful! Reminds me that I must bring my guy to Imaginosity or the Science Expo I was told about!xx Jazzy
Thanks Jazzy! Both of those places sound interesting! Have fun! Emma :)
How fab! They look so engrossed :)
I love your comments - thank you :)
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