The Children’s Creativity Museum

Published on January 17, 2015 by in CCM, Children, Creative, Education

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When you hear the word ‘museum’, what comes to mind? Do you think of costumes and a puppet theater? What about an entire wall of Legos, or a room filled with soft giant blue building blocks? How about a real life Animation Studio where families create clay characters (which they can take home) and make […]

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“During Summer break children can enjoy more unstructured time and families can take trips. Summer seems to be a large block of time that parents and kids can use to take a breather…But, there is a shadow that often hovers over this lengthy break – a shadow commonly called the summer slide.” Want to learn […]

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Want some great new book suggestions for your young reader? Would your child enjoy choosing from a list of books that thousands of kids their age voted as their favorites?  . The Children’s Choices Project:. “Each year 12,500 school children from different regions of the United States read newly published children’s and young adults’ trade […]

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What kind of lunches did your schools serve growing up? Was there a chef who created fresh meals for students every day from scratch? I’m going to go out on a limb here and say… no. If your memories of school lunches are anything like mine they might include some combination of pizza, chicken nuggets, […]

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“It truly does take a village to raise a child – a village which typically includes extended family members, teachers, and other caregivers who support parents. It’s important for everyone involved in the care of a child to maintain a strong bridge of understanding and communication because of the influence they have on children’s cognitive, […]

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It’s so easy, tempting, and perhaps even automatic for adults to label children. It’s equally easy not to notice how labeling puts kids into particular boxes that over time, they conform to and identify with. Did that ever happen to you? The following real-life story is taken from How to Talk so Kids Can Learn […]

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It’s easy for me to take reading for granted. I had successful and educated parents who read with me regularly, I went to good schools, and did not struggle with any learning disabilities. There are many in this country who are not as fortunate. Hot Dogs & Hamburgers: Unlocking Life’s Potential by Inspiring Literacy at […]

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