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In need of fun home activities to keep your kids busy during the winter months? You’re in luck! Below are seven open-ended activities to help you keep your kids busy, while exercising their body and mind. See how many you can try!
Are you looking for things to do with your kids over winter break? Look no further! A trip to Minnesota Children’s Museum offers something for your whole family. It lets everyone burn off energy, make memories and have loads of fun.
Next year is sure to bring huge smiles, lots of memories and never-ending learning opportunities at Minnesota Children’s Museum. Now is the perfect time to give a special family in your life a gift membership.
All babies are born curious and have a natural instinct to explore, discover, and learn about the world around them. Here are a few simple tips you can do to help nurture their curiosity and foster a love of learning.
Kids are having tons of fun in the Curious George: Let’s Get Curious! exhibit, which offers a great blend of fun and learning. Through interactive experiences, kids explore STEM concepts, solve problems and build important skills such as critical thinking, collaboration and communication.
Looking for a gift for a special family in your life? Consider bypassing the toy aisle and giving an experience instead.
You probably ask your child lots of questions every day. But did you know that how you ask your child questions has a big impact. By asking open-ended questions, you help boost critical and creative thinking, spark communication skills and much more. And, the best part is, it’s easy to do.
Minnesota Children’s Museum offers lots of exciting activities to make your MEA weekend extra fun this year. Explore our 10 memory-making permanent exhibits – such as the four-story climber, laser maze and wacky car wash – and be sure to check out our new special experiences as well.
When kids are given the space and freedom to play, the benefits are powerful. Play not only helps kids build cognitive skills, but it also helps contribute to emotional and mental health as well.
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