As childhood obesity rates skyrocket, a local children’s museum is trying to do its part to get kids moving. Thursday, a new exhibit opened at Port Discovery that’s designed to put a kick in their step.
Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” WJZ meteorologists Tim Williams and Bernadette Woods. They talked about the 5th annual Weather/Field Trip Day at Camden Yards. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about Port Discovery’s Mr. Potato Head exhibit.
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Looking for Saturday family fun with your children? The best childrens museums in Maryland include places for kids like the B&O Railroad Museum, the College Park Aviation Museum, the Fire Museum Of Maryland, the Maryland Science Center and Port Discovery.
With February’s chilly temperature still keeping us indoors, we found a spot where you and your child can run around all day and stay warm, too! Port Discovery Children’s Museum, located in Baltimore’s downtown area, is a great place where children’s imagination can run wild. There is so much to do, parents will know their kids will sleep well that evening! The museum has three floors full of historical, creative, practical, educational and, most importantly, fun exhibits. All activities are designed to promote learning for the 2 – 10 year-old child.
Baltimore is home to numerous family friendly attractions: a state-of-the-art aquarium, interesting museums, and various other places families can visit to get to know and enjoy Baltimore.
As America’s childhood obesity rate grows, Baltimore is trying to teach its children healthy eating habits.
Baltimore or Charm City’s Inner Harbor sits on what used to be the city’s main port for commerce, shipping and water-fare activity. Now the vibrant and picturesque waterfront is home to many restaurants, national attractions, professional sporting events and arenas, concert halls, historical sites and naturally, some nautical adventure.
Port Discovery is celebrating the Tinker Toy! Also, Dr. Asa House has more on how to stay healthy this holiday weekend.
Playing to learn. Nearly 5,000 pre-k students were on field trips around the city Thursday.