Sunday, June 22, 2014

Take a Museum Road Trip with Passport to Imagination

This is a #sponsored post by Michaels, but all opinions stated are that of my own.

Being the nerdy homeschooling mom that I am, I'm constantly on the lookout for fun programs to get the kids {the older one specifically} involved in learning opportunities. When I found out about Michael’s Craft Stores summer kids’ program-Passport to Imagination, I was intrigued to find out more and excited when I read the details.

This year, Passport To Imagination theme is "Museum Road Trip." The program is offered Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10AM-12 for 7 weeks, and includes a craft that is inspired by seven of America's most well-known museums.   The crafts are fun, interactive, and most importantly educational and if your kid loves it on Mondays, they can sign up to go that same week on Wednesday and Friday as well! Why? Because each day has a different craft! The ages listed for this event is recommended 5-12, however, if you have a toddler that loves crafts and is able to sit through with your assistance--I would definitely recommend a try. The worst thing that can happen is that you get a reason to shop at Michaels. And well that seems like a pretty good scenario to me.

Another great feature of the program is the option of doing more at home---where you are able to continue the learning with the at-home projects that they have listed online for each weekly theme. It's great to not only be able to learn something new, but to apply it, talk about it, and create a fun activity all at the same time. 

So how do you sign up?

You can register either in-store or online and the fee is $2.00 per person.

You can go here for the complete schedule and other details.

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