When I grow up, I want to be an astronaut 

Children have an innate sense of curio­sity and are eager to explore their envi­ron­ment. As a result, they find access to sci­en­ti­fic, mathe­ma­ti­cal and tech­ni­cal topics through inci­den­tal dis­co­ve­ries in their day-to-day life. When expe­ri­men­ting in nature or the crea­tive space, they deal spe­ci­fi­cally with a ques­tion or a phe­no­me­non, in which they are sup­por­ted with our help in their tar­ge­ted search and thus find ans­wers play­fully. Furthermore, with various mate­ri­als, the help of sci­en­ti­fic dis­cus­sions, books and hands-on rese­arch and expe­ri­men­ta­tion, we pro­mote holistic lear­ning and the expe­ri­ence of our envi­ron­ment and its phe­no­mena. At the same time, pro­­­blem-sol­­ving skills and all per­so­nal skills, e.g., self-effi­­cacy, self-con­­fi­­dence, cogni­tive and lin­gu­is­tic skills of our STUGGIKIDS, are sti­mu­la­ted and promoted

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