The Children’s Museum of Atlanta
By Atlanta Parent Editorial . June 17, 2014
Thinking outside the box has never been so fun!
The feature exhibit, Outside the Box, at The Children’s Museum of Atlanta taps into the imaginative minds of children to encourage “outside of the box” thought, innovation and exploration. Through highly engaging props, activities and lots of interactive fun, children can discover the building blocks of math, engineering and technology.
Feature activities and programming during Outside the Box will change monthly, as each month highlights a new exhibit theme. With families traveling all over the city, state and beyond for summer vacation and adventures, July’s Outside the Box theme is “Go, Go, Go Boxes.” Programming during this month is all about transportation and movement! Children can rev up their imaginative engines and explore various crafts and activities. Visit the Museum in August and learn all about “Box Masters,” and create your own art masterpieces with boxes!
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