I can remember reading Curious George books and how much fun they were to read. Curious George books take its readers on a fun adventure very time they open up the book. The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, PA will be hosting the Curious George exhibit for two weeks allowing children and adults into Curious George’s world. The exhibit will have many of the everyday stuff you have read in the books concerning Curious George adventures like an apartment building that will allow kids to climb the fire escape and do other cool stuff inside the apartment building.
There is a construction site, city park, mini golf, space rocket, farm, and a sidewalk produce stand. All of these stands are full of activities that will allow your child to explore, learn, and have fun just like Curious George does in his books. Along with this exhibit the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, PA will be hosting a free professional event on September 30, 2010 for educators called “Get Curious Pittsburgh Party for Early Childhood Educators” at the museum from 4pm – 7pm. For those who would like to see Curious George in person, there will be an opportunity to get a hug from him on Wednesday from 11:30am – 12pm and Saturday 2:00pm – 2:30pm.
This is an indoor event which will be a great way to introduce your little one to math and science. While at the museum you must go and check out the “Please Touch Art” section of the museum. This exhibit is called Tough Art. The creators of this art want people to touch the artwork. I think all children will enjoy finally being able to actually touch something that is usually labeled do not touched. These exhibits are fun and there is something for everyone at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.