Play is powerful for learning. With gifts for creativity we give kids the opportunity to learn while having fun. These gifts will inspire creativity in kids so they are learning while having fun!
So much better than giving gifts of toys that will get played with once and set aside, gifts that inspire creativity create more opportunities for play. The gift themselves have endless possibilities for play and learning.
A Minnesota Children’s Museum Birthday Party is a great way to celebrate your little one and have a great time with less stress!
We just celebrated a Birthday Party at the newly renovated Minnesota Children’s Museum. The kids loved playing, eating in the party room, and the goodies bags. We loved that they took care of the setup and cleanup!
As parents we want to give our kids every opportunity to grow and learn. These days that seems to mean structured activities, constant attention, and busy kids. However, one of the most important things for learning is PLAY! Play teaches children howto learn. Here are some tips for parents to encourage play for learning.
The Minnesota Children’s Museum has undergone an amazing remodel in 2017. The much anticipated grand opening is coming up in the next month, and it looks amazing! One of the exhibits we’re looking forward to the most is named, “Super Awesome Adventures.” The Super Awesome Adventures exhibit boasts some amazing environments and activities for dramatic play. It’s going to be great!
It’s so important to let children play. However, so many parents today feel the pressure to direct their child’s every move and to provide structured opportunities for learning. Child-directed play is essential to learning, and we need to provide more opportunities and let children play.
We also need to give ourselves the freedom to relax and let the kids play and work through things on their own. Who is with me!?
Children have less opportunities for play than ever before. With our busy lifestyles, screen time, organized sports, and homework, kids aren’t getting enough “play time.” That means they are missing out on key learning opportunities. It’s up to us to promote play and give our kids opportunities to explore, learn, and problem solve.
The Minnesota Children’s Museum has made it their mission to promote play and redesign the museum to provide opportunities for play. We were invited to the first exhibit, Forces at Play, and had a great time!