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Autism Awareness

  In the autism community, we have a saying: “If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism.” It’s called Autism Spectrum Disorder because it is just that, a spectrum of a wide variety of characteristics and differences. With the...

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Math as easy as Pi

March 14 is Pi Day (3.14... get it?) and it is also Albert Einstein’s birthday! At Glazer Children’s Museum, we’re in the business of teaching through play. So how do we share our love of the iconic number Pi and make math cool for kids? Throw a giant pie fight in...

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Fine tune learning through music

Sports, scouts, school activities. Where can you fit in music classes and why? Music education is a wonderful way to develop not only a little one’s appreciation of music, but their skills and abilities in other areas. Whether you’re on the fence about adding to...

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Celebrate Black History Month

  Use art and literature to unpack cross-cultural topics with kids.  February is Black History Month and there is so much to celebrate, from honoring civil rights heroes to learning about African American culture. But it can be difficult to find the right way...

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Bringing Literature to Life

  We are thrilled to bring The Pigeon Comes to Tampa!: A Mo Willems Exhibit to GCM January 19-May 12. Visit the whimsical world of Mo Willems and his cast of lovable characters, including best friend duo Elephant and Piggie, faithful companion Knuffle Bunny,...

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Setting Resolutions

I love the promise of a fresh beginning. At the start of each school year, I anticipate that odd mixture of excitement and anxiety which starts with butterflies in my stomach and grows to a warmth in my heart. I view the new year as a blank page waiting to be...

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