Tag Archives: quiet activities

Letters From Camp: Keeping Order Amid Chaos

So, as promised in my post last week, I’ve got some reflections that bubbled up after a week of teaching summer camp. Up first…classroom management. —————————————————————— I knew before I even walked into camp that the first things I had … Continue reading

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Look Don’t Touch

How “interactive” a museum is often how people judge whether it is “kid-friendly” or not. I’d like to challenge that.  Sometimes, even a space where you can’t touch anything can be a totally immersive, interactive experience for kids of all … Continue reading

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Visiting a Museum From the Comfort of Home

So, it is going to snow tonight.  A lot, according to the weather guys, and there is going to be ice and sleet too.  This is on top of the “a lot” we’ve already had this year.  The commuters aren’t … 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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