Are you an agent looking for fun and engaging Finnish STEAM activites for your group? Please contact us so we can help to design a memorable experience.

Our workshops are mainly 3h and for max. 25 persons.

Participants will get: 


Workshops coming up: 

Get excited about mathematics again –

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26th January & 29th March, at 10-11 am in Nature Center Naava at Pyhätunturi, Lapland

Which one is more: 3 mandarins or 1 orange? How many pine cone cows are left when one runs away?

Together we build solid foundations through play. At workstations filled with engaging activities, movement, stories and rhymes we learn how mathematics can be a fun game: riddles, puzzles, problem solving, movement in nature and exciting adventures in the world of colours and forms.

You can join with 2-5 year old children or without – teachers are also warmly welcome!

Indoors and outdoors.

Organised by Pyhä village association & EduGems.


For Children 8-17 years

Learn hands-on future skills and knowledge at our theme-workshops based on the National Core Curriculum of Finland.​ Our themes in 2020 are:

1) How can your Science studies benefit your future career? Introduction to practical STEAM learning methods in Finland. 

2) Introduction on Water protection and management issues

3) Circular economy: What is it in practice?

4) Molecular gastronomy - Fun and tasty science with Finnish flavour

5) The simple and wicked solutions of climate change


For Parents & Teachers

How can teaching in school be connected to future skills and the everyday life of children? Learn hands-on how to develop children’s confidence and problem solving skills with a Finnish touch to teaching. Our themes in 2020 are:

1) The 21st Century Skills & National Core Curriculum in Finland 

2) LUMA Finland activities as a support for teachers presented by a LUMA mentor Dr. Juntunen

3) Inquiry-based learning and argumentation in the context of sustainable development

4) The hot spots of positive pedagogy in the context of science teaching


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