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March 16, 2021, 07:05

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Pupils of the first – fourth grades can take part in the intellectual game.

In the “House on Brestskaya” prepared a new quest – “Know the rules of the road.” This intellectual game is designed for pupils of the first and fourth grades of Moscow schools. By completing a variety of tasks, participants will learn about the basic rules of the road for pedestrians. For example, how to cross the road correctly, what road signs every pedestrian must know and much more.

“In order to diversify and supplement the educational process, the specialists of the Mosstroyinform State Budgetary Institution have developed a fascinating interactive quest especially for the young visitors of the House on Brestskaya. Such a playful training format is very effective, since it not only facilitates the process of assimilating new knowledge, but also teaches children to work in a team, ”said the head

Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin.

The intellectual game “Know the rules of the road” is a competition between two teams. Each team will be able to include no more than ten people. Before the start of the game, participants will receive route sheets, in which they will need to mark the results of passing the stages, and get acquainted with the rules of the road and road signs. This information will help you cope with all the tasks on the route.

To win the game, teams will need to complete six tasks. For example, lay out safe routes for pedestrians on an interactive map of Moscow, paint road signs in the correct colors, answer questions regarding traffic rules. For the correct completion of each task, teams will receive points. The team with the most points will be the winner.

In addition, for pupils of the first and ninth grades of city schools in the “House on Brestskaya” there are intellectual games dedicated to history, architecture, culture and art. In a playful way, the participants get acquainted with the history of the capital and its sights. So, students of the sixth – eighth grades will be interested in the quest “Around Moscow in 60 minutes.” The children will take a test on the knowledge of the streets and lanes of the capital and related events, as well as remember from small fragments the names of city sculptures and monuments. And pupils of the fifth – seventh grades are invited to take part in the quest “Diary of an Architect”. Players need to follow a given route, guided by the architect’s notes. Architectural symbols and objects that participants will find using an interactive map of Moscow will help to solve the riddles along the way. You can see the full list of available quests at website

All intellectual games for children are held using the multimedia complex “Interactive Map of Moscow”. You can take part in quests free of charge by pre-registering by phone: +7 (499) 250-35-82 or e-mail:… The minimum number of players is 10 people, the maximum is 20. “House on Brestskaya” is located at 2-ya Brestskaya street, 6.

Also, in the new vote of the draft “Active citizen”Muscovites can choose themes of quests for schoolchildren, which will be included in the program of events “Let’s Get to Know Moscow” in the “House on Brestskaya” during the summer holidays. Citizens are presented with the following topics to choose from: ecology, culture, sports, transport, space, science. You can choose up to three options and also suggest your own theme.

An interactive map of Moscow – the largest outdoor lightbox in Europe. Its area is 178 square meters. The map is made on a scale of 1: 5000. It covers the entire territory of the capital, including the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, and allows you to get a visual idea of ​​the city and its layout. Work on creating an interactive map has been going on since 2014. It is annually replenished with new thematic layers.

To date, about 50 thematic scenarios have been developed, the most popular among visitors are the renovation program, transport Moscow, the history of urban planning and unusual views of the capital. In addition, using the modern multimedia complex, the House on Brestskaya regularly organizes congress and exhibition events, as well as excursions, lectures and quests.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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