Boston Children’s Museum
Taking a long trip in the car, an airplane or maybe even on a train? You don’t need to rely on distractions like watching movies to keep your children engaged.
We often hear about the importance of cultivating the next generation of scientists and engineers. Your kitchen is the best lab out there, and you have all the ingredients you need to help your child to learn and grow.
Michelle Obama says the nation’s libraries and museums are creating better, more informed citizens and doing it with fewer resources.
During the month of May, Boston Children’s Museum will honor the heroes of the Boston Marathon.
Doctors, teachers, policymakers and business leaders put their collective heads together at an Early Childhood Summit.
Children who visit Boston Children’s Museum aren’t in front of a TV or computer screen and they’re not competing in youth sports.
Every year, Boston has numerous events and activities for celebrating Black History Month.
A few upcoming art exhibits are full of good art of varying mediums. Whether art lovers are 10 or 100, Boston boasts the perfect exhibit.
This fall, several of Boston’s museums will feature new and wonderful exhibits. There are many of them to choose from, but whatever you do, don’t miss these.
The greater Boston area is particularly blessed with a rich menu of choices for parents seeking to ensure that the learning doesn’t stop when their kids close their books or their laptops at the end of a school day. These are the best and most interesting after-school options the city has to offer.