On Thursday, March 4, 2010, your Indianapolis kids can experience all the Indianapolis education and fun the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has to offer for free. Thanks to the occasional Target Free Family Nights at the Children’s Museum, you can take the whole family out for a complimentary evening of excitement. The focus of this month’s Target Free Family Nights is Building Imaginations.
You and your children will learn all about the importance of reading and education. From 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m, there will be a variety of activities available to stimulate your child’s imagination, including the Bob the Builder exhibit. Special activities celebrating the importance of literacy in the Circle City will be highlighted during this enriching evening in downtown Indianapolis.
Bob the Builder: Project Build It at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis runs through May 23rd, 2010, and is the perfect opportunity for your kids to learn the importance of the three Rs: reduce, reuse, and recycle. They’ll learn about the importance of positive thinking and the impact teamwork has on the outcome of an activity, as well as play some fun games and work toward a finished product.
Your children will have the opportunity to repair Bob’s sink, plant flowers in an interactive garden, pump water, hammer and scoop away, and meet Bob’s best friends along the way.
To find out more about Bob the Builder: Project Build It at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, visit the Website. On this interactive forum you can play games, take a photo tour of the exhibit, and learn more about the museum’s efforts to go green. And make sure to plan your visit for Thursday night, March 4, 2010 to receive free admission for all!
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
3000 N Meridian St
Indianapolis, IN 46208
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