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Förderforum Frankfurt (Oder) e.V.
Puschkinstr. 19
15236 Frankfurt (Oder)

+49 (0) 335 521 06 58

Förderforum Frankfurt (Oder) e.V.
Puschkinstr. 19
15236 Frankfurt (Oder)

+49 (0) 335 521 06 58

There's something to discover!

What is KEA?

At the KidsEnergyAcademy (KEA), children can come into contact with science and technology at an early age. Enthusiasm and interest in scientific phenomena and laws and their implementation and application in everyday life are awakened within the children. Children who are particularly enthusiastic about technology can be challenged and encouraged at KEA.

KEA is particularly focussing on the topic of "renewable energies" as primary school children show great interest in this topic. We also want to establish a connection between local businesses and our educational institution. KEA is divided into an experimental and an interactive exhibition area.

The Energy Exhibition

The exhibition is intended to enable children to make their own experiences, to experiment, to "grasp" phenomena. In 6 exhibition rooms we have paid special attention with experimental setups and display boards to the key topic of our time: "renewable energies".

The StudentLab

In the KEA laboratory, children can experiment independently. The goal is to get young people interested in science and technology, especially in the energy industry, and to give new impulses for class.

Extracurricular science courses, project days and holiday offers

At KEA, children can start research from the age of 5. For groups of children from daycare centers we create special project programs for the morning. For children from day-care centers we offer various scientific extracurricular courses in the afternoon and during the holidays. School classes can book numerous project days according to the framework curriculum as project days with us or as events at their school.

Of course visitors to the interactive exhibition also have the opportunity to do research in the laboratory and discover new things.

KEA includes a cafeteria with a small kitchen, a lecture hall with a projector, the student laboratory and our 9 interactive exhibition rooms on the topic of "energy".

Science and Technology | Hydro Power | Wind Power | Solar Energy | Bio Energy | Nuclear Power | Muscle Power | Geothermal Energy | Nature Conservation

Extensive playgrounds and green areas enable outdoor activities.

The STUDENT LABORATORY offers the best conditions for experimenting with an entire class, small groups or at individual workstations.

The students have access to modern equipment with work tables made of stainless steel with electricity and water outlets, as well as an extensive laboratory equipment are available!

Let´s celebrate!

Celebrate a child's birthday or theme day at the KidsEnergyAcademy (KEA)

The first time you can celebrate with us when you turn 6 years old. Friday through Sunday, from 14:00-15:30 and 16:30-18, children up to 12 years old can come for their birthday or like-minded children for a theme day. We have space for groups up to a maximum of 12 children.

"Attention. Please inquire about current Corona containment measures before booking!"

You can spend the whole afternoon with us or just book an activity programme. Each programme is planned by an educational employee of the Kinder Energie Akademie. You will discuss the topic of the research and experiments and the age group with them prior to planning.

You have specific ideas and wishes?

Of course we can also plan the project topic according to your individual wishes. We charge an additional fee of 15 Euro for the additional planning service.

In addition to the research and experiments in the children's research laboratory, the children get to play outdoors and/or watch a film at KEA's children's cinema.

How do you want to celebrate?

  • In the realm of the primeval monsters (dinosaurs) 
  • The earth spews smoldering stones (volcanoes)    
  • Flight through distant galaxies (rockets)
  • LEGO Team (Building and Design)
  • Noble and chic (jewelry design)
  • Cooking laboratory (baking and cooking)
  • The 4 elements (tests and experiments)
  • Star Wars (fan birthday)
  • The Three Investigators (criminalistics)
  • The UFO Landing (Alien)
  • Pirate Birthday
  • Wellness for girls (cosmetics)
  • The world of colors (plant colors)
  • The "do-it-yourselfers" (old craftsmanship - batik, soap, printing, calligraphy)
  • Experiments in the children's research laboratory (everyday phenomena)


30€/3h (weekend/holidays +15€)

There is room for you and your friends in our cafeteria. We decorate everything according to your motto and set the table. Final cleaning is also included in the price.

The action part

120€/1,5h (max. 10 children) each additional child 12€

Time for discovery. Research, experiment, build and tinker. The activity programme is planned by an educational employee of the Kinder Energie Akademie. For this purpose, you will discuss the topic of the research and experiment programme as well as the age group of the children with them prior to planning.

Our gift for the birthday child

The birthday child receives a KEA research bag! What's in it? Shh...secret!

Registration & Info

Reservations by telephone need to be at least 7 days in advance! KEA will open its doors 30 minutes early if you book the cafeteria. If you come for the activity programme only, you and the children may arrive 10 minutes before it starts. Please make sure you leave the cafeteria on time.

The HolidayCollege

Children who want to experience exciting and interesting things during their holidays can attend a challenging weekly programme on various topics.

Each college week is led by 2 lecturers. The team is supported by an additional guest lecturer.

Parental involvement

The intensive cooperation between parents and course leaders is an essential feature of the KinderCollege as well. By pointing out your child's special interests and curiosity, you actively decide on the topics and contents of the college weeks and thus help to pick up your child's ideas and to shape them constructively.

CollegePlan 2023/24

Booked out? Feel free to send us a message if you want us to put you on the waiting list.

  • Harry Potter CollegeWeek 23.10.-27.10.2023

    daily from 8.00 - 16.00 h / 170 €

    CollegeWeek Harry Potter FanWeek

    For the 12th time, the EinSteinchen transforms into the magical school Hogwarts.

    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

  • Christmas 16.12.2023

    from 9.00 - 15.00 h / 55 €

    Christmas is coming up soon and you don't have any presents for your parents, siblings, relatives and friends

    Get active in the creative workshop and create Christmas gifts worth 15 € for your friends and relatives.

    Price incl. all materials and catering / with Corona- Hygiene concept

    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

  • Easter TeenCAMP 02.- 05.04.2024

    Tuesday-Friday / 230 €

    Wonders of nature in the forest

    A camp specially designed for teenagers with many challenging actions and activities. Discover with us the Wonders of Nature in the forest.

    Participation from 5th -8th grade possible!

    Book now

  • SummerCOLLEGE 22.-26.07.2024

    daily from 8.00 - 16.00 h / 170 €


    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

  • SummerCOLLEGE 29.07.-02.08.2024

    daily from 8.00 - 16.00 h / 170 €


    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

  • SummerCOLLEGE 05.-09.08.2024

    daily from 8.00 - 16.00 h / 170 €

    Journey to the Prehistoric times

    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

  • Summer Holidays 12.-16.08.2024

    Monday-Friday / 290 €

    Medieval WEEK 4
    The research weeks in the tent camp directly on the shore of the "Großer Treppelsee“

    A medieval week at EinSteinchen Castle! Cozy sleeping quarters await you.

    Our highlights:
    Fair, jugglery, bread baking in the clay oven, herbology, knight games with feast, handicraft: pottery, copper working, carving, tailoring and much more.
    Excursions: visit to the castle, swimming at the lake, horse riding.

    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

  • Summer Holidays 19.-23.08.2024

    Monday-Friday / 290 €

    Medieval WEEK 5
    The research weeks in the tent camp directly on the shore of the "Großer Treppelsee“

    A medieval week at EinSteinchen Castle! Cozy sleeping quarters await you.

    Our highlights:
    Fair, jugglery, bread baking in the clay oven, herbology, knight games with feast, handicraft: pottery, copper working, carving, tailoring and much more.
    Excursions: visit to the castle, swimming at the lake, horse riding.

    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

  • Summer Holidays 26.-30.08.2024

    Monday-Friday / 290 €

    Medieval WEEK 6
    The research weeks in the tent camp directly on the shore of the "Großer Treppelsee“

    A medieval week at EinSteinchen Castle! Cozy sleeping quarters await you.

    Our highlights:
    Fair, jugglery, bread baking in the clay oven, herbology, knight games with feast, handicraft: pottery, copper working, carving, tailoring and much more.
    Excursions: visit to the castle, swimming at the lake, horse riding.

    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

  • Harry Potter CollegeWeek 21.-25.10.2024

    daily from 8.00 - 16.00 h / 170 €

    CollegeWeek Harry Potter FanWeek

    For the 13th time, the EinSteinchen transforms into the magical school Hogwarts.

    Participation is possible for elementary school children from the 1st grade onwards!

    Book now

Field days & curriculum-oriented project days for school classes

In our well-equipped rooms you can attend various courses with your primary school class according to the curriculum. We orientate ourselves on the framework plan of the elementary school of the state of Brandenburg and thus guarantee the implementation of the required educational and training principles.

We place great emphasis on taking up the specific experiences of each individual child and the individual challenge and support of all students. Our programme intents to impart the competences to act. The focus is on the development of material and methodological skills as well as the development of social and personal competences.

Devided by subject and grade, you can individually select the content that will be taught on the project day. When organizing the project days, we implement the quality features of the elementary school's framework curriculum to structure each lesson:

  • Develop independence and personal responsibility
  • Consider the individuality of the students
  • Promoting cooperation
  • Instruction and construction
  • Facilitate situated and systematic learning
  • Develop problem-oriented tasks
  • Consider errors as learning steps
  • Enabling cumulative learning
  • Teaching that is subject-related, interdisciplinary, and cross-curricular
  • Include media and give rhythm to lessons

Structure of a ProjectDay

The project days take place in the KEA premises. They are optimally tailored to the needs of primary school children. The children apply different working methods. These include:
  • Brainstorming
  • Working in small groups
  • Presentation of the results in the plenum
  • Documentation of the results on worksheets, flipcharts or wall newspapers

A project day always consists of the following modules:

  • Experimenting in the Children's Research Laboratory
  • Working in the lecture room with media support
  • Snack break in the cafeteria
  • Exercise outdoors

The project days are planned and executed by the KEA team. The programme is according to the educational standards set by the Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs. The teachers have been working at the "EinSteinchen" since 2009 and offer project days for school classes, numerous science courses in the afternoons and college events during the holidays for pre-school and primary school children.

FieldDays & ProjectDays


Project time 8.30 - 12.00 (including break) with 2 KEA employees including all necessary materials: 130 € 
Max. 20 children, each additional child 6,50 €
Free beverage supply during the entire project!
Lunch snack (optional) 2,50 € p.p.


30 primary school children

Opening hours for schools

Monday to Friday 8.00 am to 12.00 noon by appointment only

Topics for grade 1 and 2

Perceiving oneself: Health Promotion

Health Promotion
Testing and describing the performance of the senses.

The students are able to describe all senses and their performance. They experimentally and playfully test the performance of the individual sensory organs.


  • Knowledge transfer and processing AB "Seeing, hearing, tasting, feeling, smelling
  • Experiment "Taste"
  • Perception games for smelling and hearing
  • The five human senses (DVD)
Exploring Natural Phenomena: Plants

Health Promotion
name, distinguish and compare selected plants

The students are able to name different early blossoming plants and point out characteristics of different plants. They document their observations and present their results to the group.


  • Knowledge transfer early bloomers
  • Research in the laboratory and creation of plant fact sheets
  • NABU-Quiz "Experienced Spring"
  • Early bloomers (DVD)
Exploring Natural Phenomena: Weather

The students are able to measure and interpret the temperature correctly. They recognize different weather symbols and can document weather phenomena.


  • Knowledge transfer of weather phenomena
  • Research in the children's laboratory - measuring and documenting temperature
  • Create a weather map and weather forecast
  • What is What (DVD)
Exploring Natural Phenomena: Water "Properties of water"

The students know different properties of water. In the laboratory they apply their theoretical knowledge in practical experiments. They prepare a complete test protocol and present their results to the group.


  • Exploring of the research question: Is water wet?
  • Experiment Tasting and smelling / test protocol
  • Test Optical properties
  • "Wissen macht Ah!": Water (DVD)
Exploring Natural Phenomena: Water "Relevance for life"

The students are able to explain the connection between water and life. They can point out the effects of water shortage. They are able to name the different functions of water.


  • Knowledge transfer and quiz "Dealing with water in the household
  • Long-term experiment for the window sill
  • Construction of a mini aquarium / pond
  • DVD Unicef "A drop of water
Exploring Natural Phenomena: Water "Examine swimming and sinking of matter"

Pupils are to determine through experiments that materials either float or sink. Children recognize that the same materials behave differently on the water depending on form.


  • Knowledge transfer and explanation "Why do ships swim?
  • Building your own boat hulls from different materials
  • Test of the boats in the children's laboratory / test protocol
  • What is What DVD Ships
Exploring Natural Phenomena: Fire "Properties & Handling"

Students are able to name the characteristics of fire. They can state possibilities of utilizing fire. In simple experiments they learn the proper use of matches and candles.


  • Knowledge transfer for light and heat
  • Experiments in the children's laboratory
  • Fire protection education
  • DVD "Willi wants to know" fire department
Discovering spaces: Perceiving and opening up spaces

The students are able to create a building section with different functional rooms according to a specification. They are able to make a simple sketch and build a simple model.


  • Knowledge Round Table
  • Draft of an idea
  • Construction of a cardboard model
  • DVD WWW - Who finishes house construction?

Topics for grade 3 and 4

Exploring Natural Phenomena: Acoustic phenomena

Objectives: The interest of the pupils in scientific experiments and phenomena is to be stabilised. Phenomena should be recognized and understood as such. The students know the definition of sound.

Content: >> AB Sound >> sound organ >> sound experiments in the children's laboratory >> DVD Sound and hearing

Exploring Natural Phenomena: Optical Phenomena

Objective: Students will experience and understand optical phenomena. They will learn about the components of the eye. They know what a visual stimulus is and apply their knowledge in experiments.

Contents: >> AB Eye >> Optical experiments >> Building a mirror cabinet >> DVD Eye and Optical Sens

Exploring Natural Phenomena: Magnetism

Objective: Students will learn about the power of magnets, understand them and understand their occurrence in everyday life. They will learn about the properties of magnets. They will experiment with magnets.

Contents: >> AB Poles >> Expriments with magnets >> Building a magnetic spinning top >> DVD Film (Magnetism)

Exploring Natural Phenomena: discovering spaces - opening up spaces

Objective: The students look for solutions and deal with the environment in an active, explorative way. They experience that spatial perception also includes sensory experiences and can name the individual senses.

Contents: >> AB Space and senses >> Experiments on spatial perception >> Model making >> DVD Senses

Exploring Natural Phenomena: Understanding Time and History - Dividing Time

Objective: Students experience temporal processes in nature that are evident in the cycle in nature or in human life. They understand the constant recurrence of seasons and understand the process of growth and decay. They recognize that time must be regarded as something irreversible and cannot be influenced.

Topics for grade 5 and 6

Opening up the environment through sensory perception: Hearing and noise

The students know what "sound" is. They are able to name the connection between noise and hearing damage.


  • Knowledge transfer and processing AB "Ear"
  • Experiments in the research laboratory
  • Noise Quiz
  • DVD "Crime scene: Ear"
Opening up the environment through sensory perception: Discover the sensory organ mouth

The students can name and show the taste zones of the tongue. The students can understand the connection between smelling and tasting.


  • Knowledge transfer "taste buds"
  • Try "Is it salty, hot, sweet and sour"
  • Test protocol
  • Experiment " "Deceiving senses" Nose and tongue experiment
  • DVD "The senses - a complete world of wonders"
Opening up the environment through sensory perception: Performing experiments on skin

The students put their own sensory organ, their skin, to the test and explore its possibilities and limits. They recognize from simple examples that perception can be deceived.


  • Knowledge transfer and processing AB "Skin and sense of touch"
  • Station learning / experiments on the sense of touch
  • Evaluation and presentation of the results
  • DVD "Senses Discovery
World of the big - World of the small: Optics

The students experiment with light and are able to apply the findings to the construction of various optical devices. They are able to build a pinhole camera and explain how it works.


  • Knowledge transfer by means of experiments and tests (light/shadow, optical illusion, inertia of the eye)
  • Experiment in the laboratory for light reflection and preparation of measurement data protocol
  • Construction pinhole camera
  • DVD

Mathematics & Biology

Mathematics: Geometry

The students "recognize and describe geometric structures in the environment", operate mentally with lines, surfaces and bodies »can sort plane figures according to properties and assign technical terms.


  • Mathematical treasure hunt
  • Powerball with formulas
  • Puzzle
  • All kinds of formulas
  • Mathematical quintet (lengths)
Mathematics: Quantities

The students use the basic principle of measuring in non-mathematical areas, select units of quantities according to the situation (especially for time, mass, money, length) and convert them. They estimate quantities with the help of ideas about suitable representatives of everyday life, take targeted measurements in their environment, take measurements from source material, and thus perform calculations and evaluate the results.


  • Size quiz and estimation marathon
  • Building measuring instruments
  • AB Measuring
  • DVD "From Counting Stone to Computer - Middle Ages
  • Mathematics in history
Mathematics: Numbers 1-12

The students experience the world of numbers as tangible, applicable everyday events. They are able to apply the knowledge gained in familiar situations.

The individual numbers are displayed at 12 stations. For example, we clarify the questions: Why the Sunday is called "Sunday", why the 12 is a cult number and why October is called "October" although it is not the eighth month! For example, the children recognize that a ball is only round thanks to the pentagons between the hexagons.

Mathematics: Statics

The students are able to give stability to different materials through individual shaping and draw conclusions about the connection between form and stability.


  • Knowledge transfer by means of different experiments
  • AB Shape and stability
  • Bridge construction - sketch and model
  • DVD bridges - NZZ format (DVD)
Biology: Living beings feed in different ways

Food - Energy and nutrition providers

Students can name various starchy plants and foods. They are able to detect starch in plants.


  • Knowledge transfer of energy and nutrition providers
  • Detection of starch and protocol in the laboratory
  • Test: Digestion of starch in the mouth
  • DVD Nutrition
Biology: Living beings breathe in different ways

How plants breathe - describing substance and energy conversion processes

The students see and understand that a plant produces a gas which is very important for us. The independent way of working stimulates the students to think about their own ideas.


  • Knowledge transfer material conversion
  • Gas experiments in the research laboratory
  • Priestley's experiment
  • DVD Photosynthesis
Biology: Living beings move

Describing the relationship between structure and function and the adaptation to habitats

The students are able to prove with simple experiments that living beings adapt to their habitat in order to increase their chances of survival. They recognize the connection between body structure and functionality.


  • Knowledge transfer and quiz "Records in the animal kingdom
  • Experiments with webbed feet and air bubbles
  • Buoyancy tests
  • BBC DVD Wonderwork Human
Biology: Living beings have common and different characteristics

Group living beings after characteristics - botany

The students can determine different plant families. They are able to create a herbarium.


  • Knowledge transfer biotope plant world pond / bank
  • Excursion to the locomotive bath / collecting plants
  • Construction of a plant press
  • Creating a herbarium
  • DVD botany (FWA)


Not with us!
Science courses for pre-school and primary school children

We offer various courses in the afternoon throughout the school year. Children who want to experience exciting and interesting things in their free time can attend a challenging course program on various topics.

The individualization of learning processes is very important - for highly interested and talented children, positive group experiences are equally important. To achieve this, they always need same leveled developed, i.e. significantly older and peer-aged, but also similarily interested and talented - playmates.

Only in this way can they repeatedly gain the valuable experience of successfully realizing their often complex play ideas together with other children and intensively discussing questions of interest.

In all courses we realize a personnel key of maximum 8 participants per teacher.


The extracurricular courses cost 45-50 euros/month, including materials and snacks.

Parental involvement

The continuous, intensive cooperation between parents and course instructors is an essential feature of the leisure courses. Project work should be developed by the children themselves. In doing so, the children's interests and family environment play an important role. Support the content of the recreational courses and help to strengthen and expand your children's ideas.

KEA-Courses for pre-school and primary school children

TUESDAY - Laboratory course - for children starting school
Participation in the laboratory course encourages your child  to take on new challenges and makes them flexible for unknown situations without being exposed to the actual school stress. A well-balanced mix of diverse requirements on the one hand and fun, enjoyment and desire to play with new friends on the other hand, helps your child to work with perseverance and concentration and to feel joy in learning.
The concept: With many offers, we encourage your child to perceive their environment with all senses, to use their childlike curiosity and thirst for adventure in order to grasp and understand the world. We support your child in daring to tackle new tasks and challenge them to gain self-confidence through experiences of success.

annual contract / 1h per week / for primary school pupils of the 1st and 2nd class
LABORATORY course I tuesday 15:30 - 16:30 / Price 45€ per month
TUESDAY - Laboratory Course - Preparation Course for Children Starting School
Together with educators, parents and teachers, we have designed a preparation course for children about to start school, which does not focus on the acquisition of knowledge, but rather on teaching and practicing the social skills necessary for school. In the course, the children can optimally adjust to the changes that the start of school brings with it in an adequate school environment (classroom, hours/breaks, foreign children and teachers).
The goal is to support your child in daring to take on new tasks, to be able to deal with failures and not grow desperate, but rather to look for solutions to problems with the help of their individual strengths and resources, in order to gain self-confidence through experiences of success and to get to know themselves. In role-plays, while experimenting and researching, on excursions and in everyday class situations, the children playfully work on the following topics:
  • How do I deal with new situations that I do not know yet?
  • How do I find friends in a new group of children?
  • What do I do when I am scared?
  • How do I behave when there is an argument?
  • What do I do if I do not understand a task?
  • What am I really good at and what do I need support for?

annual contract / 1h per week / for preschoolers in the last year of kindergarten 
tuesday 13:30 - 14:30 / Price 45€ monthly
WEDNESDAY - Natural Science Live - from 3rd grade
Natural Science Live is an experimental course for primary school children who are curious and interested in science.
The concept: In our school lab, the children research as little biologists and chemists, physicists and astronomers, mathematicians and computer scientists, and can find answers to their questions with confidence, using their individual strengths and resources. The focus is on free experimentation and trying things out.

Annual contract / 1h per week / open for all primary school children from the 3rd grade on
wednesday 15:30 - 16:30 / Price 45€ monthly
WEDNESDAY - StudentLAB - Preparation course for starting grammar school - 6th grade and on
With the studentLABORATORY the children embark on a journey of discovery through the fields of science, crafts, technology, research and art.
The concept: A working characteristic of our course is the project work. Here each team member can contribute their set of strengths, work according to their interests and tendencies and enjoy  achievements together.

annual contract / 1h per week / open to all students from 6th grade on
wednesday 17:00 - 18:00 / Price 45€ per month
Lego lovers of all ages can give free rein to their creativity and imagination by using countless Lego bricks. In addition, our 4 sets of "Simple Machines LEGO® Education" provide numerous tasks and challenges for the teams of 2, which require precise planning and construction. Patience and dexterity are trained and developed, as well as the association skills of comparing and assigning. Thus the course creates the best conditions for the necessary school competences: Perseverance, concentration, task understanding and solution finding.
For advanced students, we offer experimenting and working with the practical tool "Science & Technology", with which elementary school students can learn basic mechanical principles and motorized machines and thereby gain important insights into mathematical, scientific and technical contexts.
The concept: The course participants are provided with 4 sets each of "Simple Machines LEGO® Education" and "Science and Technology". Teamwork is an important element in learning and applying social skills. Planning together, making arrangements, sharing in solidarity, looking for solutions when failures occur and celebrating successes with the team partner are just a few examples. The course participants are introduced to the basic principles of designing machines and mechanisms. They will experiment with forces and friction and study quantities such as distance, time, speed, mass and many others.*

annual contract / 1h per week / open for all Lego lovers
thursday 15:30 -16:30 / Price 45€ per month
"Jugend forscht" (Youth researches) - Intensive course to prepare for participation in the competition
Preparation course for participation in the Brandenburg regional competition 
If you have an exciting idea or question that you would like to explore, then CONTACT us!
"Jugend forscht" (Youth researches) is a nationwide competition for young researchers that promotes special achievements and talents in mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology. Students who want to participate must attend at least the 4th grade. Students up to the age of 14 compete in the junior section "Schüler experimentieren" (Students experiment).
The research topic can be worked on alone or in a group (max. 3 members). In "Jugend forscht" and "Schüler experimentieren" the participants choose their own questions, no topics are given. When working on the project topic, the participants must apply scientific, mathematical or technical methods.
The concept: The course is aimed at primary school children who
1. are interested in participating in the competition with an idea or
2. who want to create an idea together with us and our external supervisors.
During the course, the competition participants have access to the contact personell at EinSteinchen, external specialists and a supervisor. The children will find extensive working materials and all the necessary instruments for working on their research topic in the rooms of the Kinder Energie Akademie (KEA). Supervisors and KEA staff ensure that the exhibits are looked after even on days when the student is not on site (e.g. measurements or maintenance, care of experimental setups). We prepare the participant optimally for the competition, design the booth and accompany them to the competition!
In the last 4 years the participants from EinSteinchen have always been extremely successful as winners of the competition!

Project bound individual contracting / course planning by individual arrangement
Professional intensive course with 1:1 supervision / price 12,50 € per hour

The courses will take place if there are at least 8 registrations per course (except Jugend forscht). If more than 12 children register, two courses are offered.

Contact us: 0172 - 64 14 683

Franz Zecha

Adventure pedagogical employee

Anne Manglitz

Lecturer for science, cooking and construction courses, project days, college and birthday events

Ole Müller

Teacher, coach and school consultant

Peggy Zecha

Manager and lecturer for college events

Andreas Koczikowski

Employees Technology

Marko Wabschke

Service staff