Fostering Empathy Through Pretend Play

January 2, 2017 0

By Suzy Letourneau and Robin Meisner, Providence Children’s Museum Providence Children’s Museum’s recently reinvented Coming to Rhode Island exhibit explores history through four story galleries Read More

Make Some Music!

August 22, 2016 0

By Providence Children’s Museum This summer, kids and adults can explore beats and rhythm and make some joyful noise on two vibrant interactive sound sculptures Read More

Play – Not Just for Kids!

June 8, 2016 0

By Megan Fischer, Associate Director, Providence Children’s Museum The need for play doesn’t end with the childhood years – it’s also important for grown-ups to Read More

NEW! Homeschool Water Exploration

January 7, 2016 0

By Providence Children’s Museum       Kids think, experiment and problem solve as they try different hands-on activities investigating water in a winter series especially for homeschool Read More

The Power of Problem Solving

August 30, 2015 0

How do you know when your child is exercising problem-solving skills? There are times that seem obvious – she completes a complicated puzzle or negotiates taking turns with a friend. But sometimes it can be easy to miss moments where a child is building his problem-solving tool kit. Read More

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