Summer fun at the Providence Children’s Museum

Alec Surgeon, age 6, of North Kingstown blows and stretches a bubble at Providence Children's Museum.

After school gets out for the summer, it can be challenging to keep the little ones entertained. Megan Fischer joined The Rhode Show to share the fun happening at the Providence Children’s Museum, and a fun activity to try at home.

On Saturday, July 18, kids and their families can enjoy the Bubble Blowout, with giant bubbles and amazing shapes in the garden from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Children’s Museum also has a new traveling exhibit called My Sky, which is in Providence through Labor Day. Kids can learn about planets and constellations, meet scientists, and learn to use a telescope.

There are weekly activities as well, including Get Out!, a series of crafts and activities in the garden every Tuesday afternoon, and Wheels at Work, where kids can explore a different vehicle every Wednesday morning.

For more information and a full calendar of activities, check out the Providence Children’s Museum website.

Watch the video above to learn how to make the bubbles at home.

 

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