Foster the development of Houston’s significant child population.
The Children's Musuem of Houston provides experiential learning through 13 exhibits, early educational programming, an on-site Parent Resource Library, and eight community-based and after-school programs. Enhance parents' involvement in their children's learning.
The Children's Museum of Houston provides seven different programs focused on increasing parent engagement in their children's learning through the Institute for Family Learning, which develops programs focused on helping parents as teachers. REINFORCE AND SUPPLEMENT CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION.
The Children's Museum of Houston offers five different community-based and after-school programs that engage students in experiences relevant to their needs. REDUCE THE EFFECTS OF POVERTY ON LEARNING.
The Children's Museum of Houston provides seven different early education programs dedicated to engaging low-income children and families. The Museum delivers and supports educational programming in collaboration with nearly 800 partners at 238 locations, serving an annual attendance of more than 344,000 children and parents.
SERVE A MULTICULTURAL, MULTILINGUAL POPULATION.
The Children's Museum of Houston provides all exhibits and programs, which are facilitated in both English and Spanish. Thirty-nine percent of the Museum's staff is bilingual and 40 percent of its public contact staff speaks Spanish. Promote workforce preparedness through the development of 21st century skills.
The Children's Museum of Houston bases its exhibits and programming on a "Building Blocks" learning objective that ensures strategic connections between the Museum's offerings, 21st century workplace skills and school-based standards.