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“Reading” Wordless Books

Have you ever tried to read a wordless book with your child? Even for someone who is an enthusiastic and confident reader, I get a little stuck with those. Without words to guide you, it is easy to feel a … Continue reading

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The Fun Doesn’t Have to Stop

Museum Educators are constantly thinking about how to get people excited and KEEP them excited the museum. After all, they want you to come back!  Besides having interesting things to do when you are actually there, many educators (especially those … Continue reading

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Toddler Approved Museum Activities/What Do You DO Anyway?

I always have a little trouble explaining what Cabinet of Curiosities is all about.  If someone catches me off guard I usually say “Well, I really feel strongly that young children belong in museums.  So, I do programs for kids … Continue reading

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