Pictures the facilities and explains the educational value of children's museums in the United States. Shows Richard and a group of children as they visit the Brooklyn Children's Museum. They watch and operate mechanical displays, handle and pet animals on exhibit, and participate in projects such as movies, doll making, folk dancing, and photography.
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September 24, 2016 Subject:
What's new in the playground?
A bit of a strange little movie that features kits going to a museum where they play with interactive exhibits. They also have a mini zoo in there with rabbits, gerbils and other small animals other people keep for pets but for some odd reason are shown on display here. Then the film goes into how the kids develop a newspaper about the activities in the museum. It goes into rather curious detail about it, and then I realized it's actually a kids newspaper club at the museum! That's really super specific, and why they're making a film about it is anyone's guess. I'm actually thinking this is more at a community centre? I don't know. Again, a bit of an odd movie