MILWAUKEE -- Brian Kramp spent the morning at Betty Brinn Children's Museum to check out their special trivial pursuit exhibit -- and to learn about the themed days.
About Betty Brinn Children's Museum (website)
The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is dedicated to providing hands-on educational experiences that help children build fundamental cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills during their formative years, and to educating adults about the profound influence of early learning on a child’s academic and lifelong success. Museum exhibits and programs reflect developmental milestones recognized by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, as well as state and national academic standards, and promote school readiness by focusing on early literacy; beginning science, technology, engineering, arts, and math concepts; the development of planning and problem-solving skills; cooperation, self-esteem and self-discipline; and physical coordination. The Museum enables adults to share educational experiences with children and provides information about child development, learning styles and effective parenting. The Museum is committed to ensuring access by all children and families in the community.