Learn about our Liberty Science Center event and enter to win tickets for your family below!
While STEM (or STEAM) is a new structure to school curriculum, I’ve been coming to Liberty Science Center in Jersey City since I was a child – so I’ve been immersed in science equals fun for decades. What is new to me after coming here for years, are the great lengths LSC will go to ensure positive learning experiences for every age and social spectrum, including autism.
This weekend, we hosted another Blogger Family Day at LSC and there’s nothing better than watching 25 families enter an exhibit and lose themselves in a love of learning. After a warm welcome from LSC staff, we lunched and learned with interactive projects in a room full of eager families, and one SPEC-TAC-U-LAR view!
Nope, we’re not too old for photos with our friend Elmo.
We stepped up to the welcoming stoop of Sesame Street, where everything’s A-OK and familiar friends were all around. I don’t know about you, but when I think of learning and fun, I am reminded that Sesame Street was the place to be for me… in all my bell bottoms glory… where I could find The Letter “A” morphing to a “B”, enumeration through groovy sing-song, and colorful “Count” downs from the number 10. My kids had Elmo’s World and his happy feet. How lucky are we?
We toured Sesame Street Presents: The Body Exhibit and got down and dirty in detailed displays like Heart & Lungs, Sneeze Machine, Digestion, Your Insides, and hands-on learning about healthy shopping and eating habits.
What a wonderful way to spend Spring Break, feeding little minds and taking time for the things that matter most: love of learning and making family memories. If you get there quickly, you can catch the tail end of their fabulous Beyond Rubik’s Cube exhibit featuring over 7,000 sq ft of games, puzzles, history, art, and engineering.
P.S. The Infinity Climber is NOT to be missed.
Enter here to win a Family 4-Pack of entrance tickets to Liberty Science Center.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored partnership with Liberty Science Center to share our experience visiting their exhibits with our families. All opinions expressed are my own.