Branch Moms: DuPage Children’s Museum is Here to Help You!
We all know that this school year has brought a new set of challenges to students and parents and the DuPage Children’s Museum is here to help navigate the complexities.
The Museum is currently offering two virtual hands-on learning opportunities for kids and three new programs just for parents:
Students are empowered to be the primary drivers of their own learning – by building, making, engineering, and experimenting their way through engaging STEM challenges. Each 45-90-minute lab, suitable for students in grades 1-4, is led by an experienced DCM educator, and doesn’t require additional facilitation. Click here for details.
Arts & Maker After School
Children are curious, voracious learners! This unique virtual program enlists the best of children’s ability to problem solve, create, build skills, collaborate (make friends), and have a blast, all while becoming the future builders, makers, artists, and tinkerers of the world! Click here for details.
Answers these questions: Why doe my child do that? How can I support my child? Is anyone else experiencing the same thing with their child? Get more info here.
Tiny Text Tips (FREE)
Sign up to receive a weekly text message, tailored for your child’s age, with suggestions for an activity, link to a resource, or snippet of developmental information. Sign up here.
#PandemicParenting Webinar Series (FREE)
DCM is teaming up with thought leader who understand the burdens this crisis has created for families. To promote health, happiness, and productivity at home and at work, they offer a series of webinars to address the desperate social and emotional needs of working families right now. Click here for more info.
Get more information about all of these -programs by visiting the DuPage Children’s Museum website here.