At Boston Children’s Museum, we are so excited to be partnering with Horizons for Homeless Children to develop and test new ways of bringing the power of play to families…
Happy Earth Day to all! Along with celebrating our extraordinary planet, today is a great day to start talking with kids about how we can and must all work together to protect the natural world. To get the conversation started, we’ve compiled a list of six easy ways that kids can get help protect and preserve the environment.
Throughout history, women have made game-changing accomplishments in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. Sadly, due to something called the Matilda Effect, the credit for many groundbreaking discoveries made by women was instead given to a man. In honor of #WomensHistoryMonth, we’re highlighting three incredible scientists who deserve some major recognition for their revolutionary work. Hopefully, their stories might inspire young girls today to pursue their interests in STEM.
The ongoing pandemic has prevented many children from learning and playing face-to-face with their peers, leading to a big increase in screen time. Most classes and activities have transitioned to an online format—no avoiding screens there—but there are still SO many screen-free ways kids can play and learn at home. In celebration of #NationalUnpluggingDay, here are some fun, screen-free activities to help engage your child in in-person playtime!