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Museums are places that are conducive to learning. If your child is off school, but you want them to continue to develop intellectually during their break, follow the tips below so you can take them to the museum.

How to Visit a Museum with Your Child

  1. There are historical museums, museums dedicated to science, art museums, and more. To ensure your child will be interested in the exhibits, let them decide which museum you'll be visiting.
  2. Visiting the museum often entails hours on your feet. To get through the day, wear the right clothing and comfortable shoes. If permitted, you should take water and snacks just in case.
  3. More often than not, your child won't be able to run around and yell in the museum. To keep them behaving well, go over the rules before your arrival (e.g. tell them not to touch the exhibits, wander away, run, or yell).
  4. Of course, you should encourage your child to learn while they're at the museum. To that end, read the information on the exhibits with them and discuss the things you see. If you want, you could even quiz them at the end of your excursion.
  5. Walking through a museum can be tiring. So your feet don't get sore from it, take small breaks with your child from time to time. The rest will help you recharge your battery.
  6. Lastly, if the museum you're in has an exhibit that's just for children, make sure to stop by with your child, so they can play and have fun as they learn.

Call The Tutoring Center, Milpitas CA at 408-263-5377 to keep your child learning over the summer with tutoring in Milpitas CA.


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