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Laundry Basket Bonanza!


The snow was great for the first few storms. My kids were playing outside almost all day. In fact, they played outside so much that their ski pants and gloves are wearing out. Unfortunately the stores are no longer stocking winter items…but I guess that’s a good thing…it’s a sure sign that spring is on […]

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Snow Clay – A Fun, Warm Alternative to Real Snow!


With all the snow we’ve been getting, it helps to have some fun indoor activities on hand that incorporate creativity and fun. The following is an excellent project to inspire kids to imagine and innovate, while also keeping them warm and busy. Easy to make and long-lasting, this snow clay is the perfect alternative to […]

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Scarecrow Stomp


Summer is finally over, and this past weekend we celebrated the transition into Fall in a big way! On Sunday September 19th, we had a lot of Fall-themed activities and projects to kick off the season. The biggest attraction was the Scarecrow Stomp, where families brought in their old and used clothing and turned them […]

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Dog Days II & BEE a POOP Detective!


It was a zoo at The Museum last week! We had a lot of animal visitors come and teach us a little something about themselves. Of course their owners helped them with their presentations, and we had a great time learning about everything from dog training to poop! Don’t miss our last week of Drop-in […]

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Summer Drop-In-Days


Looking for something educational yet fun and totally awesome to do this summer? Drop in to the Children’s Museum in Easton for some summer fun every Thursday and Friday July 8- August 27! Each day features a different theme with a combination of special guest performances and hands-on, interactive activities. Some of our favorite themes […]

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Gardening for Beginners, By a Beginner – Part 3


I hope you stopped by the Museum yesterday for the Spring Fling, and celebrated the opening of our outdoor learning center…The Wild Place! It was a beautiful day of nature and green fun! So here it is, the final part of “Gardening for Beginners, By a Beginner.” It has been four weeks and all of […]

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Blue is The New “Green”


75% of our planet is made up of water, and we all need water to survive. During the Museum’s Spring Fling we will be talking about what we can do to at home to “Go Green in Your Backyard.” But did you know that conserving water is also a very important step in working towards […]

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Gardening for Beginners, By a Beginner – Part 2


It’s been about 2 weeks since I planted my herbs and pea plants. If you look closely you can actually see some green! But in the meantime, I have found some simple yummy recipes to make with your homegrown herbs when they are ready. I planted basil (bottom right), parsley (no growth yet), and pea […]

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An American Educator in South Korea


We welcome you to our new series! If you are reading this you have stumbled upon something truly special! Today we proudly introduce to you Maria Mataragas, one of our volunteers (you may remember her as the Fortune Teller at last years Halloween Romp amongst other roles.) We are pleased that Ms. Mataragas has agreed […]

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25 things about the Museum


The Museum is a magical place with a long history of FUN stuff! We’ve been open almost 20 years! So we’ve read everyone else’s 25 facts, we thought we would share our fun facts with YOU! 1. Our wood working room is 100% green, all the wood we use is recycled! 2. The C.M.E. is […]

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