On March 17 (Thu) and 18 (Fri) MHI conducted science experiment classes for approximately 200 children, third graders, attending Konan Elementary School, which is very close to the Shinagawa Head Office. The theme of the classes was "Let's try seeing power that can't be seen."
At the end of the classes, many children expressed great enthusiasm for what they had experienced. One marveled at making so many new discoveries from experiments using everyday things. Another said the class was so enjoyable, the two hours flew by. Yet another expressed eagerness to try out the experiments at home. MHI hopes the classes will induce young people to have greater interest in science.
The MHI Group plans to continue offering science classes like these to nurture children's interest in science and technology.
Many children eagerly participated in the classes.
Experimenting with static electricity
Experimenting with magnets
Experimenting with everyday things like an onion or banana
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