While their teachers met downtown St. Paul for Education MN, our kids and their cousins spent the day across the street at the Science Museum of Minnesota, learning about tornadoes, deer vertebrae, wind speeds, how to create a mummy–and topped it off at the newly remodeled Cosetta’s!
The Science Museum is a great place to bring a group of kids of various ages–and with different interests. Everyone get a bit of what they’re craving, such as:
Throughout the exhibits, it was obvious the kids were using things they’ve learned elsewhere (absolute location, air density, light speed, waves frequencies). Made me secretly smile to see them having so much fun (and learning, but don’t tip ’em off).
Scientists get hungry
We made the short walk to Cosetta’s to see their newly renovated space and check out the results of their imported-from-Italy pastry maker. One word: Mmmmmmm.
Sweetly decadent way to wrap up a sweet day full of fun (and learning).