It’s third period science. You’re expecting another round of boring lectures when suddenly the teacher starts talking about the stars and how the universe was formed. Lights then start to dim, and flecks of tiny gems begin sparkling from the dark. You find yourself marveling at how the little flickers come to life right in front of your eyes.
And then you wake up. The daydream left you wondering if it has ever been possible to witness the wonders of science first-hand—to actually see the incredible feats, the remarkable phenomena, the oddities, the brilliant facts, and the stellar news happening right in front of you…
What if I told you it’s possible?
This coming Tuesday, September 25, the NIDO FORTIFIED Science Discovery Center (NFSDC), in partnership with Cartoon Network, is presenting kids with new hands-on and interactive exhibits that bring classroom lessons to life.
Featuring school-themed activities, educational games, and informative booths children can enjoy, the grand launch of the new NIDO FORTIFIED Science Discovery Center showcases fun and excitement set in a classroom setting.
In line with NFSDC’s aim to educate children in a fun and engaging way, the center teams up with Cartoon Network, the leading kids’ cable channel in the Philippines, to help jumpstart the entertainment at the launch. Apart from bringing along a slew of all-time favorite characters from hit series such as Ben 10, The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time and many more at the launch, Cartoon Network is bringing the amazing world of toons to kids through a new interactive gallery called The Science of Cartoons—an exhibit that offers a colorful and informative journey through the world of animation.
Lucien Harrington, Vice President, Branding and Communications for Turner International Asia Pacific said, “Cartoon Network is Asia’s top destination for kids. Through this exhibition we hope to animate kids’ lives by inviting them to step into the shoes of an animator. With the support of the Nido Fortified Science Discovery Center, visitors will be inspired by the incredible artistry and technical skill that an animated series requires.”