Providing opportunities for your child to experiment with blocks, kickstarts their cognitive development, boosts their creativity and helps them hone their critical thinking skills! Check out these creative ways to reap the benefits of block play at any age and join us on Friday, November 23rd for ‘Block Friday’ and enjoy some fun building activities! Be sure to tag us on Insta @playstreetmuseum #blockfriday
At Play Street, we believe that we have a duty to develop in children a sense of independence while simultaneously instilling in them the importance of community, team work, and tolerance. Helping children to explore diversity awareness at a young age is the first step in doing just that. Broaching the subjects of diversity and tolerance can seem like daunting tasks, but they don’t have to be. You can introduce your child to these concepts the way that they learn best…. through play!
The holidays are fast approaching, leaving every mom and dad with the question: “What do I get my little one?” Choosing which toys to invest your money in can be tricky so Play Street has done a little research for you. Here are a few of Play Street’s picks for toys that will promote learning, kindle creativity, are visually appealing and are most of all, FUN!
Unstructured play happens when children are allowed to explore, pretend and create on their own without instruction from adults. Play Street Museum has thoughtfully designed each of our locations to foster imaginations and promote unstructured play!
We made it Facebook official, but we wanted to share more with you about our first Play Street Museum franchisees and the new theme ON THE GO! We could not have asked for a better family to join ours in growing Play Street Museum.
One of the things I love about early childhood education is watching little ones pretend and imagine through dramatic play. In addition to well...just being cute, it is very rewarding to watch them make connections and discoveries.
When I was at play street a few days ago I saw this and had to take a picture. Each house at play street has one high chair…not a problem for most little mommies with one baby…but this mommy had triplets.