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    Kids Will Enjoy The Interactive Exhibits At The Greensboro Children's Museum

    Are you running out of ideas of things to do with your children. If you want to do something different, something that will leave a lasting impression on your child, we have just the place. That place is the Greensboro Children's Museum.

    Children love to learn. They are sponges ready to suck up as much information as can be presented to them, especially if it is presented to them in a fun way. A place that does that is the Greensboro Children's Museum. The museum is home to a number of different interactive exhibits for your kids to explore and learn from. For example there is the "Our Town Doctor's Office exhibit. In this exhibit kids get the chance to explore a doctors office and learn about their bodies. They can see how their bodies work and learn the importance of taking care of yourself through nutrition and exercise. Another exhibit is the "Creation Station". Here kids get to express their artistic side by creating their own art with provided art supplies. This is perhaps one of the most popular exhibits.

    The last one I will mention is the "News Station" where kids actually get to put on their own news programs. While they do that they get to learn how a news station works and they can also play with sound at a radio booth. These are just a few of the exhibits at the Greensboro Children's Museum. There are over a dozen other exhibits that the kids will love. So as you can see, the museum is a great place to take your kid.

    Have fun watching your kids enjoy the museum!

    By James C.

    Getting There:

    To learn more about current exhibits and activities at the Greensboro Children's Museum, located at 220 North Church Street in Greensboro, call 336-574-2898 or visit http://www.gcmuseum.com/.

    Photo Credits: Greensboro Children's Museum

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