GAMES FOR EVERYONE!
Play isn’t just for kids! Here you will find games for non-readers, older children and even adults. So play, and share with your friends and fellow internet users.
THREE GAMES FOR NON-READERS
Take a walk and discover the fauna and flora in an imaginary landscape in the Midi-Pyrénées
The universe this walk takes you through is entirely imaginary. It has however been put together with the aim of highlighting the Midi-Pyrénées region (regional habitat, fauna and flora, etc.).
Components such as the content of the games or the illustrations of the objects will raise children’s awareness to the themes explored at the Museum.
Click here to play: http://medias.museum.toulouse.fr/balade/
The memory game workshop
The memory cards will change with the themes tackled by the Museum in the context of the Atelier for ages 3 to 6 years.
Six to twenty cards are proposed depending on the level chosen.
Click here to play: http://museumtoulouse.fr/jeux/atelier-memory/
To find out about the specimens included in the game collection, download the pdf.
Trace the outline of three prehistoric animals (cave bear, mammoth, Prezwalski’s horse) with your finger (or the mouse) to bring it to life.
Do you know what sound each of them make?
Click here to play: http://museumtoulouse.fr/jeux/atelier-animauxprehistoriques/
Build five houses of the world and see what they are like inside.
In partnership with Milan, Mobilic games for four to seven year olds.
Click here to play: http://museumtoulouse.fr/jeux/maisonsdumonde/
A fun and educational game about the bear and the Pyrénées
Get the bear to munch all the berries, and you’ll find out about bears and the Pyrénées.
A little tip: the bear must avoid the poachers who have come to catch him, but meeting the man with the heart is a good thing.
Click here to play: http://museumtoulouse.fr/jeux/atelier-labyrinthe/
EXPLORE THE SKELETON WALL
75 skeletons are displayed at the Museum in a long glass wall.
The info point, which identifies the skeletons and provides some information about comparative anatomy, is presented at the permanent exhibition and online here: http://medias.museum.toulouse.fr/mur-des-squelettes/index.html
PLAYING WITH WATER
Water and the body: http://medias.museum.toulouse.fr/corps-eau/
The three states of water (video game): http://medias.museum.toulouse.fr/trois-etats-eau/index.html
Fresh water: an unequally accessible resource: http://medias.museum.toulouse.fr/consommation-eau-pays/
The blue planet: http://medias.museum.toulouse.fr/planete-bleue/
The natural water cycle: http://medias.museum.toulouse.fr/cycle-naturel-eau/
Video tool: Aquacitizens? Everyday gestures that, on a collective scale, can have a real impact on our planet.
Video tool: Tap water: where does the water come from? Where does waste water go?
More generally, find the temporary exhibition Eau, l’Expo online: http://eaulexpo.tumblr.com/