When my son was younger, he loved Sid The Science Kid! And you know what? I did too! He is way more tolerable than my self-proclaimed arch nemesis… Caillou. But that’s totally other a different story for another time, that involves me ripping into Caillou like a celebrity roast. Moving on, back to Sid. I loved the show; his songs, the educational aspects, the way he’d ask questions and enables
you your kid to shout the answers out loud. Entertaining and educational. Just what I like! Know what else is educational and entertaining for the kiddos? Children’s Museum of Atlanta. We’ve been a trillion times, and allows kids to let their imagination to soar!
Luckily of us Atlanta folks (or those of you traveling to Atlanta within the next few months), you can explore Children’s Museum of Atlanta’s newest exhibit; Sid The Science Kid: The Super Duper Exhibit! I think it’s quite obvious that you’ll have a super duper good time, but here is the details on Children’s Museum of Atlanta’s newest exhibit.
Via Brave PR
Sid the Science Kid: The Super-Duper Exhibit! will be at Children’s Museum of Atlanta, September 16, 2017 through January 15, 2018 and is free with Museum admission. Created by The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum® in collaboration with The Jim Henson Company, the exhibit is generously made possible by The Boeing Company, the Employees Community Fund of Boeing St. Louis, Sally and Bill Canfield, the Crawford Taylor Foundation, Judy and Jerry Kent, Monsanto Company and Sigma-Aldrich. Local sponsorship is provided by Ford Motor Company, Fulton County Board of Commissioners and the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs.
“Knowing that Sid the Science Kid is a popular television program among our visitors was one of the main reasons we wanted to bring this exhibit to Atlanta,” said Jane Turner, executive director of the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. “This interactive exhibit will allow children to engage in the power of play through entering Sid’s world like never before and immersing themselves into various elements of science.”
Sounds fun, right? And guess what? One lucky winner will win a family 4-pack to view the exhibit! Enter below, and good luck!