History of KidZania
Like many great stories, the story of KidZania begins with strong ideals and determination to change the world. Kids looked at the adults who ruled the world with growing desperation. They did not want to follow the unfair rules of the grown-ups, so children decided to create their own world, where everything would be different.
The principles children chose to follow laid a foundation for the major 6 rights.
The Right to Be
This is the right to be a unique, independent, and self-reliant person. It is based on the idea of freedom, that empowers children to act, speak, and think without restraint.
The Right to Know
This right inspires children to keep an open mind and learn new things. It helps them embrace new knowledge and experience, thus developing critical thinking.
The Right to Play
This is the right to find joy in life and appreciate its every moment. It is based on the idea that both children and adults need relaxation and entertainment.
The Right to Share
This right empowers children to be generous and attentive to others. It teaches to be communicative, develop teamwork skills, and help each other.