Baby Brain Building Hub Family Resources


秒速快3Please enjoy these family resources designed for children under four, to inspire you to LOOK, TALK, MOVE, and PLAY together with your children。

These activities help build language and listening skills, practice taking turns, and encourage following directions — all skills needed for success at the playground, at school, and in life!

Created by the Children’s Museum of Manhattan with funding provided by Robin Hood’s Fund for Early Learning. Copyright 2019.

All the Way to K and Beyond!


CMOM’s All the Way to K and Beyond! (ATWTK) website includes hands-on art-making, music, and storytelling activities that model simple and engaging strategies for fostering language skills at home and in the community. It offers resources to help engage parents, caregivers and professionals with language and literacy strategies to help prepare children aged birth – 5 years to thrive in pre-K and beyond.

ATWTK is a new citywide initiative of the Children’s Museum of Manhattan, the New York City Department of Education and the New York City Administration for Children’s Services. Funding for the initiative is provided by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the Meringoff Family Foundation.

ATWTK is grounded in language and literacy research from Johns Hopkins University Science of Learning Institute which demonstrates that families can engage in important literacy and language behaviors to support kindergarten readiness and a love of learning。 This project is an integral part of the Museum’s work to connect home, school, and community learning through partnerships with City agencies and community-based organizations。

EatPlayGrow™ Curriculum


EatPlayGrow™ is an early childhood health curriculum developed by the Children’s Museum of Manhattan in partnership with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) We Can!® obesity prevention program. EatPlayGrow™ combines the latest science and research from the NIH with CMOM’s holistic arts and literacy-based pedagogy to engage families and adults who work with young children. Designed to meet Pre-K and health standards, it offers positive messages about health in fun and engaging ways.

Learn more about our EatSleepPlay™ health outreach。