Parents who want their children to grow up healthy should create time and space for their kids to play, the World Health Organization states.
Our team is working hard to get the museum ready for summer. Here’s a sneak preview of what we have in store.
Marie Lister, teaching specialist at University of Minnesota’s Institute of Child Development, shines a spotlight on executive function and how kids build these important skills through play.
Kids love to play with water — and it has benefits too! Kids experiment, explore and discover during water play (what floats or sinks, how does water flow through a funnel, etc.).
Kids can preserve a bit of their present for their future selves by creating a time capsule.