Parent Play Tip: Let Kids Explore Freely

Parent Play Tip: Let Kids Explore Freely

When kids have the time and space to explore freely, they find their own interests, enhance their curiosity, make new connections and discoveries, and become passionate about learning.

Building an Attitude of Gratitude with Daniel Tiger

Building an Attitude of Gratitude with Daniel Tiger

By Kylie Schmidt, Marketing Intern Seeing the notes on Thank You Tree has been one of our favorite parts of Daniel Tiger’ Neighborhood: A Grr-ific Exhibit, which has been here since January 2018. What are our visitors thankful for? Moms, dads, grandparents, siblings,...
Makerspace Movement

Makerspace Movement

Makerspace Movement DANI LA ROCCA Integrated Communication Intern A maker space, also known as a hacker space or fab lab, is a place for those who are looking to put forth their creative self and become more hands-on. It is a place for people to gather, generate...
Spreading Joy

Spreading Joy

Not only are we strong advocates of play but we also believe spreading joy has equal value. There are a few ways we instill joy at our museum–first, by nurturing our curious learners. We believe giving children options and freedom to explore through guided-play encourages them to find pleasure in learning.

Play is More than “Just Fun” — It’s How Kids and Adults Learn

Play is More than “Just Fun” — It’s How Kids and Adults Learn

Minnesota Children’s Museum Rochester is taking a powerful position that says one of the keys to helping our community tackle the challenges of today and the future will come from an unlikely source – and that’s play. Raising Awareness on the Power of Play “JUMBOJenga...

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