Megan, our writer, received admission to the Long Island Children’s Museum in exchange for review. All opinions are her own.
The Long Island Children’s Museum (LICM) is a favorite destination for my family because of the multitude of fun activities for kids of all ages. We recently visited to check out “Healthyville,” a new national touring exhibit on health and wellness at the LICM.
The Healthyville exhibit is perfect for the lICM because it delivers important health and wellness lessons to children and families in a fun, play-based manner.
The Healthyville exhibit is bilingual (English/Spanish) and designed primarily for children ages 5 – 12 and their parents, teachers, and caregivers.
It’s a relevant exhibit for families today, considering our country’s problem with obesity and a growing public concern about health and wellness.
My 6-year-old thoroughly enjoyed the exhibit and was able to engage in every activity and read a variety of facts about health and the body.
My 3-year old also got in on the action. She may not have appreciated the message of every task, but she was able to engage in many of them with ease and great interest.
Of course, we visited all of our favorite permanent exhibits at the LICM including Bubbles, TotSpot, ToolBox, and Climb It, the two story climbing structure.
The Long Island Children’s Museum is always a great destination for kids of all ages with its many hands-on exhibits. Take a visit with the whole family while Healthyville is there!
Raising 3 Savvy Ladies has a Family 4 Pack of tickets to give away for admission into the Long Island Children’s Museum so that you can view Healthyville and all the exhibits.