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Get outside and get active! Use household items to create simple challenges and let your little learner be both the tester and creator. Make an obstacle course that requires your child to move their body, track their time and see how fast they can complete it! See who has the best time.
Enjoy a little activity from our Adapt in the Habitat Program with two of our talented educators, Ms. Pam and Mr. Cameron! Grab a family member, a pencil and paper to play along!
Looking for a fun and creative activity to do with your little one? Watch the video below as our educator Cameron walks you through an ice water coloring activity!
Very rarely will you hear a parent or caregiver complain that they simply don’t have enough to do. Juggling the daily tasks and responsibilities of raising a family can often feel like a full-time job — and often piled on top of the tasks and responsibilities of another full-time job. Where can one find the…
Click Here to learn more about the new and improved ‘Little Farm’ exhibit at the Children’s Museum Downtown! Want to learn more about The Basics? Check out this site!
Throughout the year, all four area locations of the Children’s Museum are focused on its mission of inspiring growth in all children by engaging families in learning through play — or as they are fond of saying at the Children’s Museum, when children play ahead, they get ahead. Some benefits of play are naturally more apparent than…
The Children’s Museum has built a reputation for engaging experiences that foster creativity in both children and their caregivers. Now, they’re doing so in a way that hasn’t been seen at the Museum in a generation, with the launch of a new Creative in Residence program with artist Nastassja Swift. Encouraging a better understanding of…
Click Here to learn about how children develop motor skills with play!
Click Here to watch a video to learn about the Children’s Museum work with Universal Design for Learning!
Click Here to watch a video about what it means to ‘learn through play’ everyday!