In the bleak stillness of winter, take the kids to celebrate the Boston Children’s Museum’s 100th birthday with their new program, “The Power of Play,” where educational playtime has never been more inventive and enjoyable for the whole family! Along with this extensive new program, The Boston Children’s Museum celebrates its birthday by introducing 100 activities for children throughout the year! Find out more at www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org.
The Boston Children’s Museum kicked off “The Power of Play” on February 6 along with a few surprises! Play has an incredible impact on many aspects of a child’s development. This important concept is explored through categories such as “Play and Learning,” “Play and Health,” “Play and Language Development” and “Play and Social-Emotional Development.” Click here to learn more about “The Power of Play!”
On February 6, Blue Man Group made an appearance as special guests at the Museum to unveil their new exhibit, “Making Waves!” “Making Waves,” inspired by Blue Man Group’s unique humor, explores the science of sound in a unique and inventive way! “Arthur and Friends,” “Art Studio,” “Johnny’s Workbench,” and Countdown to Kindergarten” are just a few of the dynamic exhibits just waiting to be explored in “The Power of Play” program. Music, art, and theatre are also introduced to young children through “KidStage.”
Located at 308 Congress Street in Boston, Massachusetts, The Boston Children’s Museum is nationally renowned for their innovative programs and is a source of inspiration for other children’s museums around the country. Visit www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org, their Facebook page, and their twitter page for ticket information, directions, and upcoming events!