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Music Mondays: Bean Tambourine | Children's Museum of Atlanta

Music Mondays:
Pitch Exploration

It’s Music Monday! Last week we learned about tempo when we created our bean tambourines; today we’re going to learn about something called PITCH.  What is pitch? Well, that leads us into our vocabulary words for the day. First, we need to know what SOUND is. Sound is vibrations moving through the air that can be heard when…
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Which planet is the hottest?

Ask Professor Labcoat! Professor Labcoat tells us which planet is the hottest in our solar system.🔥(Hint: it’s NOT the planet closest to the sun!) You can #AskProfessorLabcoat YOUR science questions on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram!
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Health & Wellness Fridays: Emotions Wheel | Children's Museum of ATL

Healthy & Wellness Fridays: Berry and Spinach Smoothie

Let’s get cooking! Parents, this is the perfect time to get your little ones involved in the kitchen. There are all kinds of fun things to explore – different textures, smells, tastes, and colors. This is also a great time to introduce your children to simple measurements. Ingredients & Instructions Ingredients:1 banana 1 cup of berries…
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Literacy Thursdays: Rosie Revere, Engineer | Children's Museum of Atlanta

Literacy Thursdays: Storytime with Trevor!

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS: What was the problem with King Bidgood? Why didn’t King Bidgood want to get out of the bathtub? How did the Page solve the problem? Have you ever had to be creative and solve a problem? King Bidgood might have stayed in the tub a little too long, but baths are important. Why do we…
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What is snot?👃

Welcome to Ask Professor Labcoat where Children’s Museum of Atlanta answers YOUR science questions! Our friend Stacey wants to know what is snot? Kate (Professor Labcoat), our brilliant, curious and delightful Science Educator, gave this answer: What we call snot is really a kind of goopy liquid called mucous. This stuff is everywhere inside our bodies. It keeps our…
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