Learn with us during March 2018
At Cincinnati Museum Center, we know that open-ended, activity-based play is crucial to your child’s growth and development. That’s why we bring together the region's best childhood development experts every year for the Learning Through Play Conference. In fact, the American Alliance of Museums has recognized the conference as a national model of community engagement with parents, families and educators alike.
This upcoming year, we will be holding multiple events so that both educators and parents can learn more about the importance of play.
March 10: Learning Through Play for Educators
Learning Through Play for Educators offers sessions for preschool and early elementary educators on how to incorporate play into your classrooms in topics such as art, science, music, literacy and working with children who have disabilities. Learning Through Play for Educators will be held at Northern Kentucky University.
All sessions at the event are KY Approved Early Care and Education Trainings, and four sessions are OH approved.
Click here to register. Registration closes March 2.
For groups of eight or more educators from the same center, please call (513) 287-7021 when you register in order to receive a group discount.
Learning Through Play for Families
It’s also important for parents and guardians to understand the importance of play. Drop-in activities will be available for families to experience the joy and benefit of playing together in Duke Energy Children’s Museum. Check back soon for the announcement of dates. Activities will be free for Museum Members or with admission to Duke Energy Children’s Museum.