Archive for May 2014

Mr. Eric and Hope Hill

One of the best parts of any visit to The Children’s Museum of Atlanta is enjoying one of our programs, such as our popular mini-musicals, that are written and performed by the Imaginators, our troupe of professional actors.  Their work within our walls is only a part of what the Imaginators do, however. In 2007,…

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Kids in the Kitchen

In the hustle of everyday life it can be hard for busy parents to take time out to teach their kids basic cooking techniques. Cooking requires time, patience, and some extra clean-up, especially with the little ones. I have been working with children in the kitchen for over a decade and am a true believer…

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Summer Camp Matters

Are you ready for summer camp? Are you ready for a completely awesome summer camp? Over the last ten years, the counselors and staff at The Children’s Museum of Atlanta have watched a legion of kids explore a little independence and have a whole lot of fun at our Adventure Camp. So much of what…

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Welcome!

To introduce our new blog, Growing Into the World, Jane Turner, executive director of The Children’s Museum of Atlanta, writes about what she has learned about the benefits of play. I believe that I have always known that play is a good thing. I enjoy playing; I feel happy and alive when I play; I forge…

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