AlegreMENTE | Happy Brain: Celebrating early connections is a traveling exhibition designed to engage young children and their caregivers. Kids play and adults learn about how simple, everyday interactions build social-emotional, language, cognitive, and motor skills for a lifetime.
$40K / 3 months + inbound shipping
> Bicultural & bilingual Spanish/English
> Hands-on, interactive, full-body experiences
> Healthy neurodevelopment in early childhood
> Informs and empowers adult caregivers
In AlegreMENTE | Happy Brain: Celebrating early connections visitors celebrate early connections together in a whimsical forest full of families of all kinds, both human and animal!
Each interactive in AlegreMENTE | Happy Brain: Celebrating early connections is designed to engage young children and their caregivers. Kids play and adults learn about how simple, everyday interactions build social-emotional, language, cognitive, and motor skills. Caregivers explore alongside their children, discovering they’re equipped with everything they need to support early brain development and build healthy connections with 0-6 year-olds.
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COMING 2021 - A collection of PDFs and guides for museum staff and teachers to expand on the educational content of the exhibit, including in-classroom experiments and activities for your museum floor.
COMING 2021 - This sample floor plan gives you an idea of how Alegremente | Happy Brain will look in your gallery space.
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The goal of the Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) program is to invest in educational activities, including interactive digital media resources, that complement or enhance the training of a workforce to meet the nation’s biomedical, behavioral and clinical research needs.
The exhibit is being produced by OMSI through award ID R25OD023738-01.
A global program of the Bezos Family Foundation, Vroom helps parents boost their child's learning during the time they already spend together. Vroom meets parents where they are, through the people they already trust and the places they already go. Our goal is to share the science of early brain development in creative ways so all children have the chance to become thriving adults.