Monday, March 1, 2010
We went on a preschool field trip to a museum last week. Our main reason was to see the frogs, but there was a lot more to see than that. I've officially reached the point where I don't have a helpless infant to carry around on fun outings, and I've got to say...it is AWESOME. We saw a lot of cool rocks and crystals, frogs and tadpoles, touched a neat ice wall thingy, saw a 360 degree Sesame Street Astronomy movie inside of a dome, and got to see a really neat Narnia exhibit. Not shabby for a local museum branch. We didn't even have to go downtown.
I was busy messing with my camera, trying to get a few decent pictures, chasing Xander who kept trying to run off, and trying not to lose the extra preschooler that I had with me. Thank goodness there were other mom's to help keep Leia interested. (Thanks Suzy)
Checking out one of the frog and toad cases. It's so exciting to see him being interested in things like a big kid.
They had lots of cut open geodes and stuff with plexiglass on top. Perfect for the kids to really get up close and examine.
Some kind of wireless communication dishes. There were 2 across the room from each other. You could whisper in and the other dish would pick up your voice.The Narnia exhibit was pretty awesome, but there were no photos or video allowed inside.