If you've ever tried to go to a museum with a child, you know it isn't an easy task to keep them entertained. One way to help them focus is to ask them questions about the exhibits. These questions help the kids make connections with what they're seeing and keep them engaged.
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Mara Gorman at The Mother of All Trips explains:
Talk about what is familiar in the art you are exploring. Are there places or things the children have seen before? Are there children in the paintings? What are they reading or playing? How are their clothes different or the same? If it's a family portrait, how are the family members interacting with each other?
For more recommendations on how to make museums interesting for kids, check out the full post via the link below.
How to Take Kids to an Art Museum [The Mother of All Trips]