Family Fun in March 2015 in Southeast Michigan {Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint and Lansing}

Family Fun in March 2015 in Southeast Michigan

Who is excited that March brings the first day of SPRING and Daylight Saving Time? We have never felt so ready in our lives. I love snow, but at this point, I’m just starting to feel over winter.

With that said, it means things are starting to heat up with family fun in March 2015 in Southeast Michigan. Check out the events I found around Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint and Lansing and be sure to chime in if I’ve missed any great ones. I’ll also keep adding them as I find them, so check back often :D

Throughout March — Flick’s Family Festival at Celebration Cinemas {Lansing and other various Michigan cities} – Features FREE movies for kids 12 and under and just $4 for adults. Showtimes are available on the Tuesday evenings the week the movie starts. Upcoming movies include: Dolphin Tale 2, Annie, The Box Trolls, The Book of Life and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.

Throughout March — Goodrich Quality Theaters Free Spring Movies — {Ann Arbor, Canton, Oxford and other Michigan cities} — See nine weeks of previously released, kid-friendly films for FREE every Saturday and Sunday at 9 and 10 a.m. March films include: The Box Trolls, Dolphin Tale 2, Earth to Echo, The Book of Life and RIO 2.

Throughout March — Children’s Spring Festival at MJR Digital Cinemas {Various locations throughout SE Michigan} — FREE movies for children, ages 12 and under, and just $1 for adults! Keep an eye on Facebook for the exact showtimes, to be announced throughout the month.

MJR Children's Spring Festival

March 1 — Belle’s Enchanted Tea Party {Flint} — The Young People’s Ballet Theatre are presenting the timeless story of Beauty and the Beast at the University of Michigan-Flint Theatre. For a special day at the ballet, join the characters from Beauty and the Beast at Blackstone’s Grill for Belle’s Enchanted Tea Party. This event includes tea sandwiches and refreshments, photo opportunities with characters from the ballet, premium seating for the Sunday 2 p.m. show, and a special gift from Belle. Seating is limited, $40 per person.

March 2 — READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY {Nationwide} — Check your local library for great events!

March 3 — IHOP National Pancake Day {Nationwide} — Stop into IHOP for FREE pancakes! Guests are encouraged to make a contribution to their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital and if you make a $5 donation, you will receive a coupon good for $5 off your next visit. {This is an annual tradition for us! I think it’s like 40 cents to add chocolate chips, too — so worth it!}

Home Depot Kids Workshop - Book EndsMarch 7 — Home Depot Kids Workshop {Nationwide} — Visit Home Depot to build bookends! Workshops teach children do-it-yourself skills, tool safety and instill a sense of pride and accomplishment. Kids get to keep their craft, receive a certificate of achievement, a workshop apron, and a pin. 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. FREE. Register here.

March 7-8 — Wild Winter Safari Social at the Detroit Zoo {Royal Oak} — Escape the winter “blahs” with hot drinks and cool treats at Wild Winter Safari Social. Animal arts and crafts, face painting, animal enrichment activities, talks by the Zoo’s expert keepers and a winter safari scavenger hunt add to the fun. All activities are free with Zoo admission and take place 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Ford Education Center. Admission range: Free for 2 and under; $10-$14 for others.

March 7 & 9 — Family-Friendly Film at the Michigan Theater – The LEGO Movie in 3D {Ann Arbor} — Part of the Toyota Family-Friendly Film Series. 1:30 p.m. Adults – $10, seniors/children 13+ – $8. Free for kids 12 and under. [Read more…]

Save Money At Metro Detroit Attractions With The D Discount Pass

One of the questions I get often from readers is how to save money on admission to local attractions. We are so lucky to have many wonderful programs for families to save money including the Michigan Activity Pass, Healthy Blue Xtras, and more. Another program I have recently learned about is The D Discount Pass.

RackCard_2014_F-1 (2)Created by the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau {Visit Detroit}, The D Discount Pass is a downloadable pass designed to help save money at metro detroit attractions and gift shop purchases. Participants include:

Arab American National Museum, 20 percent off admission

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, 20 percent off gift shop purchases

Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, buy one admission, get one free

Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, 20 percent off admission

The Henry Ford, 20 percent off admission

Michigan Science Center, 20 percent off admission

Motown Museum, 20 percent off admission

SEA LIFE Michigan Aquarium, 20 percent off admission

This pass, valid for one person per visit, can be used multiple times for the duration of 2015. To take advantage, go to visitdetroit.com/discount and complete a brief online form to download The D Discount Pass barcode via a mobile device, email or printed voucher.

To apply the discount, simply show The D Discount Pass barcode to staff at the time of purchase.

To view program details, go to visitdetroit.com/discount.

The D Discount Pass

Where are your favorite spots to nab discounts to local attractions? Let me know!

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Letters To My Children: Miles at 6 Months

Letters To My Children

I confess: Miles turned 6 months old on February 7th, so I’m a little behind. Cut me some slack…I’m a little busy raising 3 little humans ;)

Dear Miles,

You are six months old — YAY! I am very torn about this milestone since you are my last baby. I am cherishing every single day because I know you will grow-up overnight soon. I absolutely LOVE this age. Shoot, I think I just love babies because every new stage makes me happy. But you make it especially enjoyable with your infectious smile and very obvious love for me.

Miles - 6 Months

So about you…sMiles is proving to be the perfect nickname because you seriously smile constantly, unless your diaper is wet {you hate that}, you need to eat for the umpteenth time in a day, or you can’t see me. You are a mama’s boy, but really, you love attention from just about anyone. Doesn’t matter if it’s me or a crazy old person at the grocery store — you are usually willing to perform with smiles on the spot.

We’ve started introducing solids, but are taking it slow. You are curious about my food, but still are nursing quite frequently, so we’re just sort of following a baby led approach. Speaking of nursing, you are my second child to refuse taking a bottle. Makes going out a tad complicated, but instead of stressing this time around, I’m just reminding myself this isn’t going to last forever.

Kar Feeding Miles

As far as other milestones go, you roll from belly to back and are sitting up for short periods of time. No teeth in sight, despite constant drooling and mouthing everything. I love to call you “grabby mcgee” because you grab everything you can get your little hands on. Your favorite is my straw when I drink water. You are starting to hold a sippy cup and have loved having your own water, even if most of it ends up on you. [Read more…]

Michigan Dancers Calling For Votes in #MIKidsCanDance Contest from Blue Cross Blue Shield

Want to hear a secret? I LOVE to dance, and grew doing ballet, tap, jazz and lyrical. I enjoyed that it provided me with a great form of exercise on a weekly basis and helped to give me self-confidence. So of course I am excited to share a fun contest from Blue Cross Blue Shield highlighting some young and amazing dancers from across Michigan!

#MIKidsCanDance

Through a unique Instagram contest, youth dance teams and individuals across Michigan shared their best moves for a chance to perform with the Mob Squad, the Detroit Pistons youth hip-hop dance squad sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. The videos are loaded and ready for your votes through Feb. 27, and they are so fun to watch!

The five videos with the most votes will be named semifinalists, advance to the final round and enter a new, one-minute dance video to compete for the top prize. Blue Cross and the Mob Squad will review the entries and select the winner based on creativity, energy and technical skill.  The winner will be announced on AHealthierMichigan.org on March 4.

#MIKidsCanDance supports Blue Cross’ ongoing commitment to children’s health and its#MIKidsCan campaign – an initiative focused on encouraging kids to adopt healthy habits early in life that are more likely to be carried into adulthood. Pretty cool stuff, right?!

Visit here to vote and support the young movers and shakers across Michigan. I’ll bet you’ll want your own dance party after watching these!

P.S. You should definitely follow A Healthier Michigan on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. They share some great info :D

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KIND Snacks in Metro Detroit for Random Acts of Kindness Day 2/17 {+Giveaway}

The post below is sponsored by KIND Snacks. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Mrs. Weber’s Neighborhood possible. All opinions expressed are my own.

Random Acts of Kindness Day - KIND Snacks

As a blogger, I have a list of brands I would love to work with one day. Lucky for me, sometimes they reach out to me with information I know you all will love and it’s a big win all-around.

One of those dream brands on my list is KIND Snacks. I adore them and here’s why: They make delicious products with ingredients I can pronounce and they care about social causes. Their KIND name has a deeper meaning — they are actually a kind company!

I was ecstatic to hear that their team will be visiting metro Detroit on Tuesday, Feb. 17 to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day, and will be doing good deeds and passing out bars at some of my favorite organizations.

To celebrate, they will be doing kind acts for 24 hours around the area. Here’s the listing of where they will be. Be on the lookout for some goodies near you!

24 KIND Acts:

  • 8-10 a.m. Give away winter hats and gloves to people waiting in line for the bus, as well as pay for bus fares for commuters at Rosa Parks Transit Station in Detroit
  • 10-11:30 a.m. Buy coffee for everyone in line at Starbucks in Royal Oak and Birmingham and Biggby Coffee in Berkley and Ferndale
  • 11:30 a.m. Drop off KIND bars to the Department of Public Works for the snow plow drivers in Royal Oak
  • 11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Brush snow off of cars in parking lots in Royal Oak. Put a KIND bar or note under the wiper.
  • 12-1:30 p.m. Hand out hand warmers to people in Campus Martius during lunch
  • 1:45 p.m. Bring Flowers and balloons to the Detroit Children’s Hospital
  • 2:15 p.m. Drop off KIND bars to the Soup Kitchen at the Muslim Center of Detroit
  • 2:30 p.m. Drop off KIND bars to Detroit Fire Department
  • 2:45 p.m. Make a donation of gently used clothing from the KIND team to Goodwill
  • 3 p.m. Drop off dog and cat toys to the Michigan Humane Society
  • 3:30 p.m. Drop off dodge balls and nerf balls to the Boys and Girls Club in Royal Oak
  • 4 p.m. Drop off personal toiletries to the South Oakland Woman’s Shelter in Lathrup Village
  • 5 p.m. Drop off flowers to the American House Senior Center in Hazel Park               ~~~~~~~~ {other ideas}
  • Leave a huge tip at lunch with a kind note
  • Put away grocery carts at random retail location
  • Give a KIND bar/flower to a bus driver
  • Leave KIND sticky note on the dressing room mirror at a clothing store
  • Tell the manager of the waiter or barista that served you what an awesome job they did
  • Pick up the tab for a random table at lunch
  • Put inspiring notes on car windows
  • Hold open the door for people coming into coffee shop/grocery store
  • Tweet an inspiring message to everyone you know {make sure to add the hashtag #KINDawesome too!}
  • Thank the cross walk attendants for helping keep our kids safe
  • Leave some change in the laundry mat coin wash machine

Looking for more ideas? Check out this post of 26 ideas from my archives. I’m looking forward to performing some acts myself and encourage you all to chip in, too!

GIVEAWAY

The folks at KIND snacks have been kind enough to offer up a KIND cube {shown below}, which contains 20 of the Nuts & Spices flavor varieties. Must be a U.S. resident to win. Contest ends on 2/28/15 at midnight. Best of luck!

KIND Snacks

KIND Cube {Nuts & Spices Variety Pack}

What good deeds will you perform on Random Acts of Kindness Day?

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50+ Places To Go Outdoors in Winter in Southeast Michigan

Disclosure: The post below is sponsored by Absopure. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Mrs. Weber’s Neighborhood possible. All opinions expressed are my own.

Recent studies show kids ages 8-18 spend an average of 53 hours a week using entertainment media. Even though I adore technology, I have big limits when it comes to my kids. I find that fact pretty freaky. What happened to going outside to play and explore?

To me, there’s nothing quite like the great outdoors in Pure Michigan, no matter the season. I get it…It’s cold in winter. But that is no excuse. As a parent, getting out in the cold takes a lot of work, but its rewards far outweigh the negatives in my book; for starters, it enhances mood and wears kids out. Win-win.

To kick-off my new partnership with Absopure, today I am sharing a great contest they are hosting to celebrate their new Pure Michigan packaging — a Northern Michigan winter getaway to Boyne Mountain, complete with a Ski, Stay and Splash Package for a family of four. You can enter through Feb. 20, 2015 by visiting this link. {If you haven’t been to Boyne as a family, go! It’s beautiful and so much fun!}

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Entering that contest got me thinking…What other great things can families do during winter to stay active and entertained?

With that notion in mind, I decided to create another BIG LIST of fun highlighting places to go outdoors in winter in southeast Michigan. The list below features spots for cross-country skiing, sledding, ice skating, snow tubing and more, and specific to the Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint and Lansing areas.

50+ Places To Go Outdoors in Winter in Southeast Michigan

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Until I started digging around, I had no idea there was so much to do. Bundle up and get planning an adventure today! {Please check the websites linked for more information, including pricing.}

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Davison Roadside County Park {Burton} Beginner’s sledding hill

Flushing County Park {Flushing} Cross-country skiing

Linden County Park {Linden}  Intermediate sledding and a toboggan hill, cross-country ski trails, and a snowmobile area

Richfield County Park {Davison} Cross-country ski trail and snowmobile area

Toboggan Hill {Davison} — Expert snow sledding hill

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Burchfield Park {Lansing}  Snow tubing, cross-country skiing {rentals available}

Granger Meadows Park {Lansing} — Cross-country skiing and sledding

Harris Nature Center {Okemos} — Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing {rentals available}

Hawk Island Park {Lansing}  Snow tubing {rentals available}

Valhalla Park {Holt} Ice skating, ice fishing and cross-country skiing

Woldumar Nature Center {Lansing} Cross-country skiing trails

Livingston

Brighton Recreation Area {Brighton}  Cross-country skiing

Genoa Park {Howell}  Sledding

Island Lake Recreation Area {Brighton}  Cross-country skiing and snowmobiling

Lakelands Trail State Park {Pinckney} Cross-country skiing

Mt. Brighton {Brighton} — Downhill skiing and snowboarding

Pinckney Recreation Area {Pinckney} Cross-country skiing

Thai Summit America Outdoor Ice Rink {Howell} — Free; bring your own ice skates [Read more…]

Comerica Bank and The Detroit Zoo Seeking Artists for Penguin Contest {Through 2/28}

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Thought this was a great contest for local students and wanted to share the information I received. I am SO excited for the new Penguin Conservation Center to open — it’s my favorite part of the Detroit Zoo.

Comerica Bank is launching an art contest to help welcome the gentoo penguins to the Detroit Zoo following their debut this month. The contest is open to metro Detroit K-5th graders and runs through Feb. 28.

The contest coincides with Comerica Bank’s $50,000 contribution to the Detroit Zoological Society (DZS) for the new Polk Penguin Conservation Center, slated to open early next year.

A Gentoo Penguin at The Detroit Zoo. Get inspired and create a penguin work of art for a chance to win a great prizes!

A gentoo penguin at The Detroit Zoo. Get inspired and create a penguin work of art for a chance to win a great prizes!

The winner will receive entry to the Detroit Zoo for his/her entire elementary school class to see the new gentoo penguins and participate in a special presentation from a penguin keeper, as well as explore the rest of the Zoo. Comerica will also provide a $1,000 grant to the winner’s elementary school.

Art submissions may be done using pencil or colored pencils, pen, water color, paint, marker, crayon, etc., but must be drawn on an 8.5” x 11” piece of paper.  The use of glitter or 3D paint is not permitted. Students interested in entering can have their parents upload their penguin art through the Penguin Art Contest tab on the Comerica Cares Facebook page.

Entrants must be enrolled in kindergarten through fifth grade at an elementary school in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw or Livingston counties.

A panel of judges from the Detroit Zoo and Comerica Bank will review all submissions and upload the finalists to Facebook. The public can vote for their favorite entry Tuesday, March 10 through Friday, March 27. The contest winner will be announced Monday, March 30.

For more information and to enter, visit www.facebook.com/ComericaCares.

Best of luck! I only wish my 4-year-old could enter. She’s super into art right now!

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Family Fun at Castaway Bay in Sandusky, Ohio {+ Tips, Discount Code and Giveaway!}

Castaway Bay

I received a complimentary stay at Castaway Bay in exchange for promoting the property. All opinions expressed are my own.

Last week, as I made a mental note of packing plenty of snacks and swim diapers, I read something that struck a chord. It was from The Huffington Post and was an article highlighting things empty nesters want parents of little kids to know. One of the nuggets of wisdom said: “When they are little you feel they will be that way forever! Therefore, take as many family vacations together as possible. They make lasting memories of real quality time spent together. Once they go to college and have their own responsibilities, it just gets more complicated.”

I love traveling. But with kids? It’s tough and not always affordable. So instead of boarding a plane and spending a ton of money, we headed south 2½ hours to Castaway Bay in Sandusky, Ohio, for a little night away. And that empty nester was right — we made amazing memories.

Our adventure started out in our van packed with plenty of snacks, DVDs and blankies. We had a smooth ride down with clear roads and sun shining.

Once we arrived, we checked in and wasted very little time in our room before heading to the water park.

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The beautiful entry at Castaway Bay sets the tropical getaway vibe

Since it had been months since we had gone swimming, it was perfect to just hang out in the toddler pool area so the girls could adjust to the water and I could dip baby boy’s toes in.

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In no time though, the girls were ready to check out the wave pool and the Lookout Lagoon Family Funhouse. They absolutely loved playing in the wave pool!

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Karina’s Day at 2.5 Years Old

Letters To My Children

My dearest Karina,

It’s insane to me to think of the differences we’ve experienced between you turning two and turning 2.5. Six months can make a world of difference for a toddler!

Quite honestly, this age has been a huge challenge to me as a parent. I want you to be independent, but you’re caught in the middle with doing things yourself and needing help. “I DO IT!” is one of your favorite phrases, and it goes along with just about everything from putting on shoes to picking out clothing to climbing in the van.

Language was a huge concern for us when you turned two, but you’ve grown, and I’m confident you’re going to be just fine. In fact, you will be phasing out of Early On soon. With their help, you are now where you should be, and even ahead in many areas.

The words are starting to flow, and more importantly, your behavior is giving me hope, though we do still have plenty of tantrums. You are VERY sensory-driven, and now can adhere to your desire for “hard work.” You can often be found pushing very heavy things, helping to shovel snow, and even wearing a backpack that weighs just about as much as you.

We joke you are the hardest working toddler anyone has ever seen…and it’s true! Your body’s desire to push itself to its physical limits has been eye-opening. Being a busybody myself, I finally get it, and can see this isn’t just a toddler phase; this is just who you are. Thanks for helping to keep me in shape ;)

From day one, everything you do is done with FIERCE passion. You play hard — jumping, climbing and almost always running full-speed. When you have a tantrum, EVERYONE knows about it, sometimes making my cheeks flush when in public. But you LOVE hard as well. I am constantly getting bombarded with kisses, hugs and begs for “cuddles on couch.”

Here’s a bit more of what a typical day is like for you at this age:

9 a.m. Wake-up, get dressed and eat breakfast! Somehow you’ve managed to unbutton your footie pajamas and get one of your legs out. Books surround your crib and blankets and stuffed animals are strewn about. You are a wild sleeper, so will be staying in your crib until you start to climb out.

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9:30-10:30 a.m. Free play while mama is on a conference call. You are great at entertaining yourself and play independently and with your sister. You two have your fights often, but usually you play wonderfully in the morning. Today, you two were playing house with LEGO people, but you can often be found coloring or playing Anna and Elsa from Frozen, too.

Karina2

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Fun in February 2015 in Southeast Michigan {Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint and Lansing Areas}

Things To Do in Southeast Michigan in February 2015

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It’s the month of LOVE. But mostly, it’s a month of some kick butt things for families around Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint and Lansing. I’m pretty stoked to check out some of this fun. Plan an adventure today :D

{Or, if you are in need of a date night instead, be sure to check out my BIG list of ideas here, too!}

Through February 16 — Sesame Street Live presents “Make A New Friend” {Detroit} — Visit the Fox Theatre for this can’t miss show. Check out my recent post for tips, information and a discount code.

February 1 — “Kerry Tales:  Buckle Your Shoe with Mother Goose” {Ann Arbor} — Storyteller Trudy Bulkley entertains as Mother Goose with rhymes and stories. 1/2 hour program for young and old alike.  2 p.m., Kerrytown Market and Shops in Hollander’s. FREE.

February 2 — Groundhog Day with Michigan’s Official Groundhog, Woody, at the Howell Nature Center {Howell} — Get your spring forecast straight from Woody, Michigan’s Official Groundhog! The Howell Conference & Nature Center will host a special celebration starting at 7:45 a.m., with the long-awaited prediction coming at 8:15 a.m. sharp.

February 3 — Winnie The Pooh Character Lunch at Castaway Play {Howell} — Visit Castaway for lunch at 11:45 a.m. and our special pal will be visiting from 12 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Lunch includes one slice of pizza and a 12 oz. drink. $8.50/person.

February 4 — Young Explorer Days at the Michigan Science Center {Detroit} — Kids ages 2-5 hear the story It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw and play with a milk-like substance (dairy-free) they can shape to look like clouds in this science-themed activity. $10/adult {+1 child}, $5 for additional children.

February 4-5 — Macomb Center for the Performing Arts presents Schoolhouse Rock {Clinton Township} — The animated musical TV educational series that generations of kids grew up watching hits the stage. $6 for the 10 a.m. show, otherwise $10 in advance or $12 at the door.

Wizard of OzFebruary 5-7 — AAUW of Michigan presents Wizard of Oz {Garden City} — Join Dorothy and munchkins for one of the most popular plays of all time, showing at Garden City High School. Tickets are $6 each.

February 6 — FREE admission to Cranbrook Institute of Science After 5 p.m. {Bloomfield Hills} — Free admission courtesy of the MASCO Corporation Foundation, The Café and Observatory are open, and planetarium and bat shows are offered at an additional charge. [Read more…]

13 Reasons To Visit Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing, Michigan

13 Reasons To Visit Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing

I could shout it from the rooftops: If you have kids and live within a few hours to Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing, Michigan, you need to plan a visit stat.

This gem of a museum has been open since ’72 and is named after our five senses. Personally, it’s one of my favorites because I can tell it was either designed by a parent, or with a parent’s perspective considered — everything about it caters to families.

Here are 13 reasons you should plan a visit and let your child explore:

1. Easy, FREE parking. Impression 5 has its own dedicated lot, so no parking blocks away and schlepping in kids, lunches, and all the stuff they “need.”

2. Price. Impression 5 is one of the area’s most affordable places to go with kids. Tickets are $7 for kids and adults, $6.50 for seniors and FREE to kids under one. Less than a movie ticket ;) {Note: I have a membership to the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum and I get in here for free. Best $ I spend each year! I highly recommend a membership.}

3. Giant body parts. Where else can a kid climb into a mouth and go inside an eye?  Such a great opportunity to talk about how the body works and blow your kid’s mind.

Impression 5 EyeMy 4-year-old LOVES the big mouth. My 2-year-old thought it was quite scary ;)

Impression 5 Mouth

{We are SO excited for the Chew on This exhibit to open soon so we can continue mouth exploration!} [Read more…]

Sesame Street Live’s “Make A New Friend” Now LIVE in Detroit Through 2/16/15 {Review + Tips!}

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I received complimentary tickets to Sesame Street Live in exchange for promoting the show. All opinions expressed are my own.

The team behind Sesame Street Live has done it again — they have created a show that not only brings out the beautiful joy of childhood wonder, but they’ve added some stuff for us adults, too.

Each year I patiently await the arrival of Sesame Street Live at The Fox Theatre in Detroit. It has been a tradition of ours since my oldest was born and it has yet to disappoint. I was extra excited to take my 2-year-old this year since I figured she may get into it quite a bit. I was right — she went nuts when Elmo made an appearance and danced and clapped like crazy during many of the scenes.

Sesame Street Live - ABCs

The show incorporates letters and numbers, in true Sesame Street fashion

SHOW DESCRIPTION

No matter where you’re from or where you’ve been, everyone is special – so join in! Elmo, Grover, Abby Cadabby, and their Sesame Street friends welcome Chamki, Grover’s friend from India, to Sesame Street. Together, they explore the universal fun of friendship and celebrate cultural similarities, from singing and dancing, to sharing cookies. Join the fun and make a memory with your friends and family!

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Chamki sharing Biskuts from India with Cookie Monster

Each performance is 90 minutes of singing, dancing and audience participation, including a 15-minute intermission. The perfect length for very young children! [Read more…]

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