Saturday, October 20, 2012

Celebration of Mind Nebraska

We went to the Strategic Air and Space Museum all day Saturday.
It was for an event called Celebration of Mind. It was sponsored by Fat Brain Toys. I have 2 of my past students working there. They work on the website, facebook page, create ads for the local store and some toy packaging.

It was good seeing my students there.

They had toys all over for kids to play with, it was at the Strategic Air and Space Museum, so we saw a lot of cool thing, there was a robot exhibit and a ton of guest speakers focused on creativity. Pretty cool!

The boys liked playing with all the toys. Daddy and I liked the speakers, which the boys got tired of.

 A Daddy Shot
 I couldn't tear Mica away from these building thing. I have no clue what they are called.
 The boys liked their Citiblocs to! We have some at home, but we don't have a room of them.

Here is what the workshops were that we went to. We didn't go to all of them.



Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That looks so neat! My boys would've loved all the building supplies too.

Liz Mays said...

They had a TON of things to see, do, and listen to there. Wow! I can see why the kids were drawn to the construction stuff too. :)

mail4rosey said...

Everything looks great. We took a trip to Nebraska not too awful long ago. TONS of fun things to do (and good food, nice people!).

Eat To Live said...

My Grandson is getting to the age where he would love this. I need to go check out your other links

Masshole Mommy said...

Holy crap - I wish something like that would come to Boston!! My boys would go GA GA over an event like this. I have been dying to take them to the Air & SPace museum in DC....maybe in a few years.

~ Noelle said...

that is neat that they had SO MUCH TO DO .... and yes, broxton is slowly getting into construction a bit now as well


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