Since one of the fundamental ideas in the Brooklyn Children’s Museum’s mission is to educate children, it shouldn’t be surprising that the museum has many educational opportunities. The Brooklyn Children’s Museum ensures that every school aged child can visit the museum with their free admission programs: Target Free School and Con Edison STEM Day Out.
Aside from educational visiting options, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum provides people with the option to participate in daily educational activities, after school programs, or summer camp. Daily educational activities change every month. So, it’s important that you check which activities will be going on all month long at the beginning of every month. As for after school programs, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum offers free admission to all children. The after-school program for elementary children runs from 3pm to 6pm every weekday, and takes participants on an adventure around the museum. The program focuses on a new section of the museum, as well as new learning objectives, each week, so participants will never get bored.
The high school after school programs work a little bit differently than the elementary school programs. High school students have the option of choosing from one of the following after school programs; art workshops, college readiness seminars, or internships. Art workshops are only available on Wednesdays from 4pm to 6pm. The college readiness seminars are available on Thursdays from 4pm to 5:30pm. Finally, the internship program is held on Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 5pm. Students who participate in the internship program will receive a $150 payment at the end of the month. Since each after school program is available on different days, students could manage to participate in every after-school program.
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