“If a picture is worth a thousand words, be sure that an illusion hides more than a million.”—Issac Yeffet
The students of Classes IV and V had an enthralling experience visiting the Museum of Illusions on 11th July 2022. Apparently, the Museum of Illusion is home to a collection of immersive, interactive, and distinctly incomprehensible exhibits that are based on science, math, and psychology. The little learners were prompted to learn more about the tricks of perception, and the manner in which the human brain works as one progresses, through each exhibit. The museum offered visual, photographic, and interactive illusions that blew everyone’s mind away! Amusing and awesome tricks paired with different illusions helped the learners to understand how perception is influenced by science, vision, and stimuli that the human mind receives. The visit to the playroom with intriguing and educational games and puzzles was certainly a fun learning experience. The students prepared presentations of the visit to express the learning they had gathered.