Children’s museums are filled with hands-on exhibits sponsored by corporations hoping to make an impression on parent and child. In Winston-Salem, N.C., children learn how to make Krispy Kreme doughnuts. In Boston, they climb on a New Balance jungle gym structure.
Themed looking (searching for specific objects, colors, shapes, etc.) helps keep kids engaged in exhibitions that aren't inherently interactive. In a military history exhibition, you might try to find as many different types of uniforms as you can.
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