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Zoo quiz nature experience with dementia in a nursing home

  1. Keeping people with dementia, for example as a result of Alzheimer's, in contact with nature and bringing them into contact with nature sounds obvious. But the possibilities for contact with animals, plants and the summer sun are limited. For example, a trip to Artis or Blijdorp is only feasible for a small group of elderly people with dementia. It therefore requires expertise and creativity from welfare workers or activity supervisors of people with Alzheimer's disease to bring them into contact with nature, with animals. A well thought out quiz with questions about animals that you complement with music, songs, poems, photos, objects and animal sounds, for example. But if you see an opportunity to go to a real zoo, take it!

Zoo quiz questions and answers

  1. What is the oldest zoo in the Netherlands? Artis. Where in the Netherlands, in which city is Artis located? Amsterdam. Can you name another well-known, old zoo in the Netherlands? Blijdorp. Where is Blijdorp Zoo? In Rotterdam. Can you name some of the animals you can find in a zoo? Many answers are correct. What animal is Australia famous for? The Kangaroo. What does a kangaroo use its pouch for? What can a kangaroo do very well? To jump. Which animal is bigger: a gorilla or a chimpanzee? A gorilla. Which zoo animal has a very long neck? Giraffe (alternatives: ostrich, flamingo) What can a giraffe use its long neck for? Eating leaves from the trees. Looking into the distance. Why isn't a polar bear cold? Because of its fat layer and warm coat. What does a bear do in winter? He is hibernating. Or: nothing What sweets does a brown bear like? Honey. Which bird calls its own name? An Eagle Owl. What are owls known for? For their wisdom. Big eyes. See well in the dark. Catching mice. Which bird can you learn to talk? A parrot. (alternatives: beo, parakeet) The walrus is related to the seal. What does the walrus have that the seal doesn't have? Tusks. What animal do the stories say brings the children, babies? The stork. Where does a stork have its nest? High in a tree or on a "mill wheel" on a pole. Which animal carries its shield on its back? A turtle. What are turtles known for? Because of their slowness. Which animal has a long trunk? An elephant. Which animal has large protruding ears? An elephant. Which animal is called the king of the animals? The lion.

Conclusion about a well-composed quiz about a zoo and contact with nature

  1. With a well-composed quiz about, for example, animals from an animal park, you can more or less bring clients with dementia into contact with a piece of nature, in this case wild animals. You will have better results if you provide a number of extras around the quiz itself: music, animal stories, poems, songs, images, you name it.

  2. With a well-composed quiz about, for example, animals from an animal park, you can more or less introduce clients with dementia to a piece of nature, in this case wild animals. You will have better results if you provide a number of extras around the quiz itself: music, animal stories, poems, songs, images, you name it.



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