Thursday, September 27, 2007

Thursday Thirteen

13 Things we did today at the Children's Museum.
They were having a special China exhibit featuring China's superhero - The Monkey King - so we thought we should go and experience the fun!



1. Played in the Sand Area
















2. Played Monkey King against Bull Demon



















3. Played in the Bubbles


























4. Played the Teamwork Ball Maze Game
















5. Sat in the Buddha's Hand
















6. Dressed up partially like the Monkey King
















7. Played the Lighted Peaches Game


















8. Put our Heads through the Table
















9. Made Paper Lanterns and hung them around our Necks
















10. Put things on the Spinner Table
















11. Went through the Triangle Mirror


















12. Played with the Puppet Theater















13. Made things with the magnet shapes.

13 comments:

Sheri said...

LOVE IT! We are going to a museum this weekend...Discovery something I think....we have coupons! YEAH! I am really excited...I hope there are things for Sammy....Maybe we'll have some good pictures too:)

Karolee said...

Looks like a lot of fun. I wish we had a place like that around here for the kids.

Ally´s Antics said...

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Heather's Brain said...

Thank you for the beautiful comment...you are a doll.

This looks like it was so much fun! My ds1 was in a play, THE MONKY KING two years ago. It was a great story.

I agree with Karolee, nothing like that around here!

Karen said...

Wow, this museum looked awesome and perfect and your girl had a wonderful time! Thanks for sharing, made me smile as these are the kinds of things that interest me so much. My son has been learning about China at School - he says "We've been learning about China today", but has yet to fill me in on WHAT he has learned. Funny boy!

Just Another Day In Paradise said...

I'm exhausted just looking at everything you did-hee hee!
Looks like you had a fun time.

I'm Tara. said...

She is gorgeous!! Looks like so much fun. :)

Thanks for stopping by my blog - I will definitely be back when I have more time, but I have to tell you that the dog with the big smile made me laugh out loud! Tooooo funny!!

Bonnie said...

Looks like so much fun ! We love places like that ! We went to one in St. Louis while we were there. I used to go as a kid to the same one (in St. Louis) and it was so much fun to watch the kids enjoy it ! We have a science centre here about an hour away. I've taken the kids a couple of time. SO much fun !

Karen said...

Oh I forgot to answer your question re the temperature - it's getting warmer. Today is 15 Degrees Celcius (not sure what that is in Farenheit though). So wearing a t-shirt and light jacket and jeans weather still. Beautifully sunny!

Mari said...

What a great trip for her - looks like she had fun!

Leigh Ann said...

What a fun trip!! We have a cute children's museum here called Edventure with a miniature Piggly Wiggly grocery store. The kids can take their cart, pull groceries off the shelves, and run it through the scanner at the checkout. Sooo cute! I can't wait to be a mother.

Dena said...

That's SUPER FUN! I think sticking her head through the table and the peach game are my favorites ~ Childrens museums are the best inventions ever - they learn so much!!! We have one here too - we can take the girls when y'all visit!

Laura said...

Wow! That looks like such a cool place! Where were all these things when I was little?