This week is all about reading when you make your way to the Children’s Museum in Indianapolis. Being able to provide your children with the fundamentals for reading can go a long way and parents know that. This entire week is filled with a lot of different events in which children can enjoy while also visiting the many different things to do at the Children’s Museum in Indianapolis.
Throughout the week there will be a variety of different events that take place throughout the week of March 1st-8th.
Celebrate Seuss and National Read Across America Day. March 1 – 10:30am – noon
Celebrate Dr. Seuss birthday with a book reading and special guest Cat in the Hat. Children receive a Dr. Seuss bookmark.
Target Free Family Night: Read All About It! March 7 – 4pm – 8pm
Free museum admission. Children receive a free copy of a Percy Jackson book.
Scholastic Book Fair March 7 noon – 7:30pm, March 8 10am – 4:30pm, March 9, 10am – 4:30pm. Purchase books for your home library. Variety of books for all ages.
Book & Bytes Fridays From March 8-22, 10:30am.
Preschoolers are invited for stories songs and rhymes.
“Literacy is fundamental to our lives,” said Dr. Jeffrey H. Patchen, president and CEO, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. “We encourage families to read together to help develop those skills in young ones and to bond over books while creating new family memories.”