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Have an empty milk carton on hand? Spark some creativity and fun – and put it to good use – by creating a DIY bird feeder.
Making temporary lava lamps is a fun, colorful and easy science experiment sure to keep your kids engaged.
This fun sensory activity is great for toddlers and preschoolers who love to paint. And it’s so easy!
Here’s a perfect activity for young robot fans in your family! This fun activity builds kids’ creative and critical thinking skills, and exercises fine motor movements.
One of our amazing members, Sara P. and her kids, created a beautiful painted mosaic in their front window to brighten up their neighborhood. Here’s how they did it.
One of our amazing senior exhibit developers, Mary, started a letter-search game in her neighborhood that is keeping kids (and adults!) learning, having fun and staying connected with each other.
One of our members, Jessi S., sent in a fun activity she did with her kids while in need of a break from distance learning.
Mom of two, art teacher and Minnesota Children’s Museum friend – Melanie P. – shared with us some great ideas to keep kids busy, learning and creating through art.
Make your own projectors using simple materials you likely have at home. Then create your own shadow show!
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