Children’s Museum of Green Bay providing at-home summer time fun for families ahead of reopening

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Online activities are being posted daily on the museum's Facebook page

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – The Children’s Museum of Green Bay may be temporarily closed but they’re providing some at-home activities this summer.

Although their doors may be temporarily closed at the moment, there is still a lot of fun that the museum is cooking this summer. They’re offering some online activities that kids can enjoy from home.

“It’s more important than ever,” says Heather Heil, Event Specialist at the Children’s Museum of Green Bay. “With school not being in session and the kids being able to be together, play-based learning is more crucial in the learning development than ever and we are able to provide that.”

Families can sign up for the activities by heading over to the museum’s Facebook page. From there, they can arrange a day to stop in at the museum and pick up their creative kits, complete with all kinds of crafts and how-to instructions. In the meantime, they’ve been busy behind-the-scenes upgrading their outdoor space with a brand new jungle gym and interactive fence.

The Children’s Museum of Green Bay plan on having a member-only reopening on July 15. You can always find more information on their website right here.

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