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If I were Noah ...

When you step in Noah's Ark, do you know why has the story of Noah's Ark been told and admired for generations? Hailed as a righteous man, what intelligence did Noah possess in order to build an Ark that could withstand the massive flood? How did he overcome the difficulties and struggles throughout his journey? Noah's story inspires us to have thorough understanding of ourselves and others, nurture the skills of problem solving and creativity.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Through participation in puppet theatre (kindergarten students) or interactive theatre (Primary One to Three students), students can experience Noah's story and help him make decisions, so as to nurture a sense of responsibility, perseverance and courage.
Content Kindergarten
  1. Learn Noah's story by taking part in a pupprt show
  2. Interact with the actors in making decisions
  3. Make the Noah's Ark handcraft
Primary 1 to 6 students
  1. Learn Noah's story by role-play in an interactive theatre
  2. Interact with the actors, and to assist the actors in making decisions
  3. Make the Noah's Ark handcraft
Duration 45 mins 1 hour
No. of Participants Max 40 pax Max 40 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Little Medical Trainees

Medical professionals are responsible to human's health and care. What are their duties? What kind of knowledge, skills and attitude do they need? This programme creates a hospital-like environment, students as little healthcare trainees.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students

Aim Participants will learn to care for newborn babies as a nurse, understand the structure of the human body, how these babies grow, as well as the importance of personal care. They will also learn to cultivate a sense of care and responsibility for others. Participants will get to experience how to care for patient as a doctor through understanding the functionalities of organs. They will also learn to cultivate a sense of care and responsibility for others, and treat patient with care and love.
Content Kindergarten
  1. Understand how newborn babies grow
  2. Learn about baby care, including cleaning and feeding
  3. Learn the attitude when taking care of newborn babies
Primary 1 to Primary 3 students
  1. Understand human organs and common diseases
  2. Participate in a simulated consultation session and operation.
  3. Learn the attitude when taking care of patient
Duration 45 mins 1 hour
No. of Participants Max 25 pax Max 25 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Smart Money Management

Students have to prepare for a school trip and shop at a store. With limited budget, how should they choose what to buy? Through an interactive story, instructor will let students know how their decisions will lead to different outcomes and learn the concept of financial management

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students

Aim Participants learn financial management through reinforcing positive values. They learn to prepare for rainy days, and understand the meaning of "to give is better than to take".
Content
  1. Participate in interactive educational theatre, and learn financial concepts and methods
  2. Learn the importance of sharing and savings in the interactive story.
  3. Shop in a simulated supermarket, and make decision based on needs and wants.
Duration 45 mins
No. of Participants Max 30 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Bubble Laboratory

The little inventor needs to invent new toys for the children, but with limited resources, only some seemingly useless clutter is available! Let's make good use of the resources to invent new toys and explore the theory of science together.

Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Understand the scientific principle behind water bubbles, make interesting toys and explore the spirit of science. Learn Simple and environmentally friendly toys can be fun too.
Content
  1. Learn the scientific principle behind water bubbles
  2. Participate in making water bubbles
  3. Create different size of bubbles with teammates, experience teamwork
Duration 45 mins
No. of Participants Max 50 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Surviving in the Wild

Are the students experienced enough to survive if they were cast away on desert island? Do they know essential survival skills like lighting a fire, filtering water and experience teamwork so as to leave the island finally?

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Learn how natural resources can provide what humans need for survival and the science behind it. Understand the importance of treasuring our natural resources, using them well and protecting them for the future.
Content Kindergarten
  1. Students are exposed to a simulated stranding on an island in the Interactive Educational Theatre
  2. Demonstration of starting a fire explaining the scientific principle behind it
  3. Make a natural water filter
  4. Learn the Survival Dance

*Contents may be adjusted subject to weather condition

Primary 1 to Primary 6 students
  1. Students are exposed to a stimulated stranding on an island in the Interactive Theatre
  2. Demonstration of starting a fire explaining the scientific principle behind it
  3. Make a natural water filter
  4. Wild craft making

*Contents may be adjusted subject to weather condition

Duration 45 mins 1 hour
No. of Participants Max 50 pax Max 50 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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The Astonishing World of Plants

Human has always been closely intertwined with plants, just like the lodges Noah used to build his Ark. In this programme, students can learn about the importance of plants through fun game and activity, and build a harmonious relationship with the environment.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students

Aim Understand the importance of plants to us and their amazing uses and functions. Encourage students to build a harmonious relationship with the environment, and learn how to treasure and protect it.
Content
  1. Learn about the importance of plants in the Photosynthesis game
  2. Conduct site visit at the Ark Garden and Ark Expo to observe different plants and learn about their usage, and the building structure of the Ark
  3. Make beautiful vein stamps with plant pigments
Duration 45 mins 1 hour
No. of Participants Max 50 pax Max 50 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Wonder of Herbs

The extraordinary ability of different creatures reflects the wisdom of God. Plants are valuable which pleasant to look at, have different aromas to smell, tasty to eat and useful in many situations. This programme is a treasure hunting experience, students have chance to look for useful plants in the wild.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim To understand the features of different plants, their traditional usage, and the lasting wisdom of our ancestors about treasuring natural resources.
Content Explore Ma Wan Park Nature Garden, where thousands of original trees are preserved. Students will be amazed by the sheer wonder and practicality of our naturally beautiful plants by learning their special uses.
Duration 30 mins
No. of Participants Max 30 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Ancient Architecture

Ancient Chinese buildings are sophisticate and beautiful pieces of art. By using mortise and tenon joints, these precisely crafted buildings have stood the test of time for centuries. Similar technology was used to build Noah's Ark. Participants will have the opportunity to make a piece of furniture using the mortise and tenon joint method while Noah will share the myths of building his Ark.

Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Learn to appreciate traditional building technology, and be inspired by the wisdom of our ancestors.
Content Participants will visit outdoor traditional architecture, and understand the special features of the Ark. The mortise and tenon experiment opens participants' eyes to the world of architecture.
Duration 40 mins
No. of Participants Max 40 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Moses's Court

The "Manner" mentioned in the holy bible is what we call personal integrity today. Whether it's about harmonious relations between one another, within a family and in society as a whole, it all depends on how each of us behaves. Participants will play the role of ancient Israelites, and to follow Moses across the Red Sea. They can experience how to build harmony in times of hardship when they escape from Egyptian solders.

Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Learn how personal integrity plays an important role in relations, families and society.
Content Through experiencing the story of Moses crossing the Red Sea, to understand how we should walk in a manner worthy of the calling, and how to apply it in our daily lives.
Duration 40 mins
No. of Participants Max 40 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Where did the animals go?

After the Great Flood, Noah led the animals out of the Ark to start a new life. But wait a minute; Noah has discovered that many of the species have disappeared! He needs the students to find the missing animals by the descriptions and hints he gives them. The students eventually discover there is an ecological mystery behind.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Through outdoor orienteering activities, participants explore and find out the different characteristics and habitats of different animals. They will also learn about food chain and ecological balance through interactive games, and how we can help to restore the balance as an individual.
Content
  1. Learn about animal facts through orienteering activities
  2. Participate in the food chain game, and understand the concept
  3. Get to know the correlation between human activities and climate change and ecosystem (Primary 1 to 6 students)
Duration 45 mins
No. of Participants Max200 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Sing-along the Ark

Sing along with musical instruments, join an animal and plant guided tour and DIY workshop. This programme is a combo of joyful activities, including music, drama, interactive duets, instrument ensemble, Cantonese Bak Lam, riddles and a guided tour, so as to encourage children to enjoy a wonderful time in nature.

Kindergarten - Primary 1

Aim The programme encourages children to live in harmony with nature and cherish our environment.
Content Sing along interactively with music instruments in a guided tour of the Ark Garden and Ark Expo.
Duration 60 mins
No. of Participants Max120 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Rainbow Bubbles

Air is colourless and odourless, yet it gives us life every moment we live. Participants will use a simple tool to "capture" this invisible gift, and learn how to appreciate the beautiful sky.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Through the creation of large soap bubbles together, participants cultivate an appreciation of natural things while understanding the simple beauty of life.
Content Participants use simple tools in different ways to create large soap bubbles together.
Duration 30 mins
No. of Participants Max250 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Rainbow with a heart

The precious gifts from heaven, such as animals, plants, water, soil, and air, not only combine to make up our colourful Earth, but also provide what humans need for survival. Each participant will pass around balloons that each represents a gift from heaven. Participants will work together to make sure that these gifts are well protected, so our next generation can appreciate them.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Develop team spirit together to accomplish the task of protecting the Earth, so as to nurture feelings of love.
Content Participants will work together to complete the challenge of creating a protective symbol for the Earth.
Duration 30 mins
No. of Participants Max 400 pax
Enquiry Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8715
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk
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Exploring Noah's Ark

An "All-in-one" special package for school, including exhibition visits, children's rope course and lunch arrangement

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Through Noah's Ark diverse educational exhibitions and experiential learning activities, students can explore and acquire knowledge and skills in various learning dimensions.
Content
  1. Rope course & team building
  2. Educational workshop
  3. Visit exhibition
Duration 3-8 hour
No. of Participants Above 80 pax
Enquiry

Noah's Ark Mission Development Team
Fax: (852)3411 8714
Email: mission@noahsark.com.hk

Ark Life Education House
Tel: (852)3411 8881
Email: aleh@noahsark.com.hk

Treasure House
Tel: (852)3411 8883
Email:th@noahsark.com.hk 

The Boy's Brigade of Hong Kong
Tel: (852)3411 8811
Email: anchor_house@noahsark.com.hk

Solar Tower
Tel: (852)8201 1122
Email:solar@skhwc.org.hk

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Firefighting Elite Brigade Workshop & Guided Tour

Noah's Ark Fire Education House is a center on fire education for children. The facilities and the activities have been designed with "child-centered" perspectives, offering interesting display and activities to help children acquire fire protection knowledge.

Workshop:
Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Guided Tour:
Children,
Family with kids

Aim

Enhance children's basic life skills in firefighting and help them understand the role of Hong Kong Fire Services Department and their responsibilities, so to cultivate the character and characteristics of firefighting and rescue teams.

Content

Workshop: Based on children's developmental needs and abilities to plan for different theme and firefighting or rescue activities so to promote the correct firefighting safety and awareness to children.

Guided Tour: The guide will provide you with an in-depth introduction of the display and present you with a fire safety video. Visitors can also experience a walk through the smoke tunnel and have a special souvenir taken on the fire truck display.

Duration 60-90 mins
No. of Participants 15-60 pax
Enquiry Treasure House
Tel: (852)3411 8883
Email: th@noahsark.com.hk
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Civil Education Learning Experience

A diversified experiential learning program that tie-in with the Personal, Social & Humanities Education key learning area of school (Session is conducted in Cantonese only)

Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim

Enable students to understand more about their environment and society, maintain positive attitude as responsible person to care about surrounds and protect the environment

Content Primary 1 to 3 students:
    5 different themed activities that allow participants to:
  1. Learn and understand the reason and the needs to conserve Earth’s natural resources
  2. Learn how plants change their characteristics in different seasons
  3. Learn about Cantonese opera culture
  4. Understand the world we live in and how the sun affects our daily lives.
  5. Challenge the rope course and learn to work with others and respect others
Primary 4 to 6 students
    5 different themed activities that allow participants to:
  1. Learn about renewable energy, understand the carbon dioxide was related to earth and our daily lives
  2. Learn about the impact of human lives on the environment
  3. Learn about the four methods of diagnosis herbs usage in traditional Chinese medicine
  4. Understand the world we live in and how the sun affects our daily lives
  5. Challenge the rope course and understand the role and responsibilities of different people.
Duration

7 hour

No. of Participants

25-100人

Enquiry Ark Life Education House
Tel: (852)3411 8881
Email: aleh@noahsark.com.hk

Treasure House
Tel: (852)3411 8883
Email: th@noahsark.com.hk

The Boy's Brigade of Hong Kong
Tel: (852)3411 8811
Email: anchor_house@noahsark.com.hk
Application Form Download Details

Mad Science Laboratory

Designed to inspire a love of science and to spark a child’s interest in the world of discovery. The program features inspirational, fun, and engaging activities in areas of science, botany, optical illustion and the human body and senses. that are.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Doing experiments to learn about the scientific principles
Testing our body potentials
Observing and testing the amazing reactions of plants
Appling knowledge of science, such as senses, geometry and perspectives to create artwork
Content
  1. Science: Conduct experiments with the implementation of electricity and magnetism
  2. Plants: Conduct experiments to understand how plants sense and react to the changes in surroundings
  3. Art: Learn about the relationship of light refraction and shadow of objects and create a masterpiece
  4. Human Body: Through various interesting tests and experiments to know more about our nervous system and human reflex actions
Duration 45 mins
No. of Participants 15-100 pax
Enquiry Treasure House
Tel: (852)3411 8883
Email: th@noahsark.com.hk
Details & Application Form

Be A Great Artist

Under the guidance of tutors, participants will work on an art activity pack in groups and create a masterpiece.

Kindergarten,
Primary 1 to 3 students,
Primary 4 to 6 students

Aim Aims to arouse participants' talents in art and their interest in art appreciation
Content Based on eight famous paintings, participants will learn and appreciate the paintings' composition and usage of color and light. Participants will then have a chance to create a masterpiece using an art activity pack.
Duration

60-90 mins

No. of Participants

15-100人

Enquiry Treasure House
Tel: (852)3411 8883
Email: th@noahsark.com.hk
Details & Application Form

Teachers Development Day Programme

A program specially designed for in-service teachers, aiming to broaden their horizons, strengthen their team spirits and enlighten on their philosophies and inspire them to be creative.

Kindergarten/Primary school teachers

Aim
  1. Experience different kinds of learning activities with specific topics/subject to stimulate teachers' creativity in planning lessons
  2. Learn about various cultures and broaden one's world view
  3. Establish team work and spirit through rope net and group activities
  4. Establish self-confidence and trust among co-workers through challenging activities as an individual and a team
Content
  1. Rope course and team building activites
  2. Learning activities sharing
  3. Visit Treasure House
Duration 3-8 hour
No. of Participants 30-60 pax
Enquiry Treasure House
Tel: (852)3411 8883
Email: th@noahsark.com.hk
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Brighten Your Days

This workshop allows students to understand emotions and learn to handle them and express their feeling appropriately in good communication. (Session is conducted in Cantonese only)

Primary 1-3 students,
Primary 4-6 students,
secondary school students,
adult

Aim
  • Understand the characteristics of different emotions
  • Examine the ways to handle emotional situations and the positive and negative impact it causes
  • Learn to handle emotions and the correct way to express feelings and emotion
  • Content
  • To allow students to understand the different emotions through simulated situations
  • Through experiential activities, students are encouraged to express their negative feeling and learn to handle their emotion properly
  • Test students on their ability to handle negative emotions and provide them with strategies to handle emotion and express their feelings more effectively
  • Duration 2 hours up
    No. of Participants Min 20 pax
    Enquiry Ark Life Education House
    Tel: (852)3411 8881
    Email: aleh@noahsark.com.hk
    Application FormDownload Details

    My Life, Understanding Death Tour

    The course explores the experience and meaning of death and attitudes towards it. Through the program and discussion, students learn to appreciate and treasure the things in life (Session conduct in Cantonese only)

    Form 4 secondary school students and above

    Aim
  • Understand the local funeral industry through site visit and observation so to understand more about death.
  • Inspire participants to better appreciate life through experiential activity and to live in the moment and enjoy life to the fullest
  • Content
  • Guided Tour (4.5 hours): Visit cemetery, casket shops and places related to death.
  • Experiential activity(2.5hours)︰To let students experience the impact of death and the pain from leaving their family and love one, so they can learn to appreciate life's preciousness.
  • Duration 7 hour
    No. of Participants Min 20 pax
    Enquiry Ark Life Education House
    Tel: (852)3411 8881
    Email: aleh@noahsark.com.hk
    Application FormDownload Details

    Highlights of Science Guided Tour

    Our sun is a fireball in the sky. Walk with our experienced and knowledgeable tour guides and explore the myriad mysteries which lie beneath the fiery surface of the sun.

    Kindergarten,
    Primary 1 to 3 students,
    Primary 4 to 6 students,
    Secondary school students,
    Adult,
    Family Activities

    Duration 90 minutes
    No. of Participants 20 - 40 pax
    Enquiry Solar Tower
    Tel: (852)8201 1122
    Email: solar@skhwc.org.hk
    Application Form

    Stargazing Activity

    Gaze at the wonderful display of stars through telescopes and other astronomical instruments and learn about their nature and beauty.

    Primary 1 to 3 students,
    Primary 4 to 6 students,
    Secondary school students,
    Adult,
    Family Activities

    Duration 90 minutes
    No. of Participants 20 - 40 pax
    Enquiry Solar Tower
    Tel: (852)8201 1122
    Email: solar@skhwc.org.hk
    Application Form

    Catapult

    Under the guidance of an instructor, build a Catapult with strings and bamboos and explore physics and engineering while you learn more about this medieval tool.

    Primary 1 to 3 students,
    Primary 4 to 6 students,
    Secondary school students,
    Adult

    Duration 90 minutes
    No. of Participants 20 - 40 pax
    Enquiry Solar Tower
    Tel: (852)8201 1122
    Email: solar@skhwc.org.hk
    Application Form

    Science Explorers

    Explore the wonderful world of science with our fun and exciting science activities and adventurous challenges, and learn science in a fun and innovative way. (Activities are leveled according to participants' ages.)

    Primary 1 to 3 students,
    Primary 4 to 6 students,
    Secondary school students,
    Adult

    Duration 90 minutes
    No. of Participants 20 - 40 pax
    Enquiry Solar Tower
    Tel: (852)8201 1122
    Email: solar@skhwc.org.hk
    Application Form

    Aquaponics System

    Learn about the aquaponics system and understand how it combines the culture of fish and plants in a recirculating system.

    Primary 1 to 3 students,
    Primary 4 to 6 students,
    Secondary school students,
    Adult

    Duration 90 minutes
    No. of Participants 20 - 40 pax
    Enquiry Solar Tower
    Tel: (852)8201 1122
    Email: solar@skhwc.org.hk
    Application Form
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