Children’s museums are unique places that vary according to each organization’s individual guiding philosophies and missions. The range of focus is wide, spanning from science education to open-ended play exploration and a myriad of topics in between. One thing however, that seems to be consistent and often overlooked, are the ways in which museums support the other crucial areas of growth and development outside of specific content areas.
Today I want to draw attention to language development. Research shows that ...Continue Reading →