We finally got around to going to the children's museum here in Denver. It is an amazing place! E had such a great time, and cried when we had to leave. Here are some of the fun things we did during our trip - and we didn't even see a good half of the museum!
First we went to the museum section for kids 4 and under. We spent the majority of our day here. There was so much to do! A forest and meadow to play in (and a log to crawl through) . . .
Fairy dust to stir in a tree house . . .
A garden to plant and harvest vegetables in . . .
A little house to play in . . .
And costumes to wear!
Then we did some polar painting (with frozen tempera paint on craft sticks) and some regular painting. E can't get enough of painting!
We visited the habitat exhibit, where the kids got to dress up like different animals and play in their habitats. E tried out being a bird in a nest . . .
And a frog in the marsh.
We ended our morning with the train room. E put on a conductor cap and refused to leave the room until it was time to go. Our friends went off exploring in other rooms, but E stayed put. I guess someone will be getting some trains for her birthday this year!
I hope to have another Tot School post up next week, things are getting really busy around here with Christmas and all. I'll have another post later in the week to show off what I've been working so hard on. :)