Emotions

Welcome to the Emotions Zone

Zone Location: Floor 1+

The purpose of the exhibition is recognition and expression of the emotions that accompany us in everyday life, such as gestures and facial expressions, and the attributes of these feelings.

Did You Know?!

Western theater was created in ancient Greece in the fifth century BC. At the time only male actors were allowed on stage.
The countries with the largest number of connecting borders are both Russia and China. Each border 14 other countries.
Most of the stuff we learn in the first four years in school life remain in our memories.
Text on Israeli banknotes and coins appear in three languages: Hebrew, Arabic and English.
The food we eat stays in our digestive system for 16 to 35 hours until discharge.
The average milk yield of the Israeli cow is the highest in the world: 11 thousand liters per year.
The familiar version of cherry tomatoes were developed by Israeli researchers.
The human brain is made of 85% water.
The New Israeli Shekel replaced the old shekel on the 4th of September 1985.
Israeli Couscous is an Israeli invention during the austerity era. The company "OSEM" invented them in 1951 at the request of David Ben-Gurion, who wanted to develop a wheat-based substitute for rice, which at the time was only available sparingly.
The 24-hour day was first introduced about 4,000 years ago the ancient Egyptians.
Alarm clocks have been around since the ancient Greeks. Plato, for example, used a clock that produced sound through water.
The world's largest clock is in Saudi Arabia. It stands 600 meters high and can be seen from a distance of 25 kilometers.
The four notches grooved into the two-shekel coin is designed to help the blind population. If it were a clock, the slots would be located at 12:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00.
Euro banknotes display bridges and windows of various architectural styles. They are arranged chronologically according to the value of the note, and symbolize the unity and transparency of the European Union.
The first credit card was invented in 1950 by Frank McNamara, who was a founder of the first independent credit card company "Diners Club".
The food that we eat stays in our digestive system for 16 to 36 hours before being discharged.
The background on which appears the image of God in the painting "Creation of Man" by Michelangelo, adorning the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, is in the form of a precise anatomical cross-section of the human brain.
تظهر على أوراق اليورو النقدية جسور ونوافذ من تصاميم معمارية مختلفة. وتظهر هذه الرسوم بترتيب زمني، حسب قيمة الورقة النقدية، ويرمز ذلك إلى الشفافية والوحدة الذين يتّسم بهما الاتحاد الأوروبي.
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Facilities in Emotion zone

Pantomime

Body language says nothing less than do words - non-verbal language is a rich and complete form of communication. In this game we will practice our pantomime skills.

Guess Who I Am

In this game we will practice the skill of asking questions, in order to disclose sufficient information in order to discover the identity. While the game will teach about common and similarities between objects within categories, and the separation between different categories.

Feeling Filter

Emotions have names, but we do not always use the proper words to explain what we feel. To explain what we feel. Sometimes we do not even know how to explain what was going on inside us. The game of photos and movies displays the names of different emotions. This game will give visitors a chance to look closely at videos, naming animal's emotions and ...

Emotion Room

The Emotions Room gives visitors a chance to experience, identify and feel a wide range of emotions, which children are not so familiar. Kids understand a relatively limited range of emotions, but through parent-child working together, they can "sink" into the auditory and visual experience that gets them to identify emotions in animals that appear in movies, and within themselves.