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DuPage Children’s Museum

March 4, 2008


DuPage Children’s Museum, a top Chicagoland cultural attraction, has stepped up to the need to help young children develop better math abilities and is opening a new math-related exhibit neighborhood March 10 on the upper level of the museum.

This new Math Connections exhibit invites children to explore and interact with math in fun ways as they estimate, balance, classify, measure, sort, graph, explore geometry and more. Visitors will experience activities specially created to help children understand math fundamentals in new ways. Children up to 10 years old will enjoy playing with an array of new hands-on exhibits, from a full-body crawl-through kaleidoscope to a big jumping mat and a huge balance.

This exhibit is free to museum members or free with general admission. New math programming is also being introduced, to complement the exhibits and benefit children up to 10 years old. Programs are listed in the monthly calendar releases, located in the What’s New section of the museum.


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The DuPage Children’s Museum is at 301 N. Washington St. in Naperville. Call 630-637-8000.

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