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July 6, 2006
From journal A Day in Philly
by Barber E. Lane
Lake Forest, California
February 23, 2003
It doesn't take long before they are moving from one area to the other, touching, feeling, examining, and learning about how things work. It's a great place for imagination building. They can play dress up with outfits for different careers in kid-size and there are scientific experiments for them to handle and conduct. A theater area can be used for group presentations, and there are ramps for sliding on. They can pretend to drive a bus, shop at a supermarket, and be on TV. They learn about animals and science.
Being designed for children, there are no sharp edges or corners to run into or cut their fingers on. You can actually let them loose to enjoy while you become the observer of their activities.
You can spend as little as an hour or two here or as much as a half day. The children will let you know when they're ready to leave. Until then, relax and enjoy the wonder of watching your children have fun.
From journal Philadelphia, A Town for History Buffs