By:Celina and Emilia
Trip to Huseby
Before we went to Huseby we watched at a movie about refugees. When we were inside the museum the guide talked about the exhibition and where it has been. On the wall there was many pictures of people that escaped, and the guide talked about how people told them the story when they escaped. The guides had some things like mobiles and powerbanks. In the exhibition there was a bowl with a mobile phone dropped in it. That symbolized a person who had dropped her phone in the Mediterranean Sea.
We got a paper that had questions about the refugees and phone apps that helped them for their escape. We looked in VR-glasses. There was a movie about a girl who lived in one of the world’s biggest refugee camps.
They had built a room that was very cold and very dark. In the room there were glass sculptures with some lights on so that we could see them. It was very scary because we thought that someone was going to jump up and scare us.
We learned about how hard it is for a refugee to come from, for example, Syria to Sweden, how we can help them in their escapem and how important their mobile phones can be.
The best thing was when we built our own small sized escape boat and tried it in a minimized sea. When we tried the boats, the propeller splashed lots of water on us and we got wet.
That was our trip to Huseby that we enjoyed. It was funny, scary and educational.
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