"...can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?" After 30 plus years, I can FINALLY answer that question. The address is 1 Manhattan Square Dr, Rochester, NY 14607 which is the home of the Strong Museum of Play. What a fun place! I am SO glad that we chose to… Continue reading Strong Museum of Play in Rochester New York
To celebrate the end of the school year, we took my four year old daughter and some friends to see the movie 'Backyard Wilderness' which is currently playing at the Great Lakes Science Center's Cleveland Clinic DOME theater in Cleveland, Ohio. We loved the imagery and education provided in this film. Nature is very unexpected… Continue reading Backyard Wilderness at the Great Lakes Science Center Helps Us See What We Are All Missing
Last week, I shared some of my top favorite STEM Education Museums and Centers across Ohio. Here's what I shared on my Facebook and Instagram accounts in case you missed it! National Museum of the United States Air Force: Located just outside of Dayton, Ohio. The museum is located just outside Dayton, Ohio at the Wright Patterson… Continue reading Museum Week Wrap Up
The Great Lakes Science Center did it again - they created another outstanding, fun and educational exhibit for kids and adults alike to explain how automobiles are designed, manufactured and serviced. VROOM! A Car Adventure is excellent! The entrance to Vroom! At the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland Ohio. Our Favorites: As we entered… Continue reading The Vroom Exhibit at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland Ohio is Tire-iffic!!!
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After more than two years of the main building being closed to the public for historical restoration and preservation, it recently reopened (in November 2018) and I got my first glimpse inside over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Many (if not all) scientific inventions, ideas and theories originate because scientists have observed the incredible way nature functions around us. This exhibit left me with a feeling of wonder and amazement and both girls came out excited and ready to continue exploring the museum.