Are you looking for things to do during February Break? You’ve come to the right place! Boston Moms is thrilled to partner with Boston Children’s Museum to bring you information about the Museum’s February offerings for kids of all ages!
Boston Children’s Museum always has a ton of cool and interactive exhibits for children of all ages to enjoy, but their winter fun Snowmazing! Polar Playground is the perfect escape for seasonal themed fun without having to endure the bitter cold New England winter weather during February break.
We highly recommend taking advantage of this adorable indoor playspace as well as all of the other fun that Boston Children’s Museum has to offer.
Also Happening At The Museum This Month:
- Engineering Week, Feb 20-26 (Feb. Vacation Week) “Engineers work with others to solve problems for people, communities, and animals. Be an engineer as you try various activities and challenges throughout the February vacation week that you can explore, create, test and try again!”
Engineering Week special highlights:
What happens if an animal escapes from the zoo? Practice engineering and create something to capture the animal and bring it back safely.
Build a City
What should a city have to meet the needs of its people? Help the Museum create a miniature city by building your own addition using a variety of materials.
How can you show your solution to a problem? Pick a challenge, imagine a solution, and use LEGO to show it in action!
WGBH/Work It Out Wombats – Special Screening of the New Family-Friendly GBH Boston Program 10:00 -11:00am on Wednesday, February 22 in KidStage
Boston Children’s Museum and Boston public media producer GBH are welcoming families to a special screening of Work it Out Wombats!, a new nationally distributed program for PBS Kids that empowers children ages 3-6 with computational thinking skills.
Other Children’s Museum Fun:
- Painted Paper Plates, offered in the Art Lab daily Feb 1 -26, “Visitors are invited to use watercolor paints on paper plates for the unique challenge of filling a circular space!”
- Sink and Float, offered in the STEAM Lab daily Feb 8 – Mar 5, “What sinks and what floats? Make predictions and explore with different materials. Then try a challenge or two!”