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Museum of Natural Curiosity | Thanksgiving Point

This is hands down, my kids favorite museum. You can see why below. The hands on, super kid friendly, run crazy and wild museum is really perfect for all ages. And you better believe I get in on the action too. I need one of those elastic jungle gyms in my house! I don't think I have ever laughed so hard. (Check out The Salt Project's past posts.) We went to check out their new exhibit Geometry Playground. We enjoyed working and playing with shapes and seeing how they work together and the kids loved the playground. After exploring inside

Van Gogh to Play Dough : Art for Toddlers

As a professional museum educator and art historian, I love participating in art programs for children. Utah has a handful of top notch museums, not least of which is the Brigham Young University’s Museum of Art (MOA). My toddler, Ezra, and I attended one of the MOA’s most popular family programs this summer called Van Gogh to Play Dough. Van Gogh to Play Dough is an art program for little ones ages 2-4 years and their caregivers. It includes an interactive tour of one of the museum’s exhibitions followed by hands-on art making in the museum’s art studio. To begin
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