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6 Questions with Dr. Nathan, Jenny & Nchare Chomilo

6 Questions with Dr. Nathan, Jenny & Nchare Chomilo

For about a year now, two-year old Nchare and his parents – Dr. Nathan and Jenny Chomilo – have been members of Minnesota Children’s Museum. We were excited to hear from this family of medical professionals about their experience as museum members and what play means to them. We recently asked them some questions and we love their answers.

5 Activities to Try While Stuck Inside

5 Activities to Try While Stuck Inside

Some days are too cold, snowy or rainy to go outside. So, we’ve compiled a variety of fun, easy activities your kids can do while you ride out the weather from safe and snug inside. These activities will not only keep your kids entertained, but they’ll also build...

7 Reasons to Give a Gift Membership

7 Reasons to Give a Gift Membership

7 Reasons to Give a Gift Membership  Looking for that perfect gift for a special family in your life? Give the gift of play! A membership to Minnesota Children’s Museum is a gift that keeps on giving all year long. There are so many reasons to give a museum...

Be Their Person: Build Resilience

Be Their Person: Build Resilience

I’ve spent tens of thousands of hours taking care of kids of every age, with a diversity of needs, developmental stages, experiences and disabilities. I’ve also spent hundreds of hours just observing children and their caregivers. Over time, all of these children have taught me a ton, and as a result, I have grown as a caregiver.

Parents As Brain Builders

Parents As Brain Builders

New Horizon Academy CEO Chad Dunkley recently attended an early childhood conference in Baltimore. At the conference, a professor from Georgetown University spoke about recent research on brain development. She spoke to the importance of serve and return.

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