Bring the Museum to your classroom or community space
BCM’s traveling ‘Museum on the Go’ collections cases and ‘Mobile Block Lab’ can be brought to your classroom or community space. Research shows that block play supports critical social and cognitive skills in early childhood – everything from team-building, creative thinking and problem solving, to math, spatial reasoning and pre-engineering concepts. Even more exciting, children, their parents, and caregivers enjoy and are excited by bricks, blocks and building materials of all kinds.
Museum on the Go
Museum on the Go brings Brooklyn Children’s Museum collections objections to your classroom. Choose from 30 cases and curriculum kits; topics ranging from science to world culture. For full descriptions of the cases and curriculum kits, please click the links below.
- Use a Museum on the Go case in your classroom or share it with other classes at your school.
- $200 for 2 week rental
- $50 for each additional week
Museum on the Go Plus!
- Includes rental of a Museum on the Go case, plus 2 in class (one hour hands on program) taught by a museum educator in your classroom (30 students maximum).
- $425 for 2 weeks rental + 1 field trip to the Museum
Museum on the Go Outreach!
- Includes rental of a Museum on the Go case, and a field trip to the Museum (30 students maximum).
- Please complete the Reservation Request Form to schedule a field trip.
- $750 for 2 weeks rental + 2 classroom sessions (one hour each)
Mobile Block Lab
Mobile Block Lab brings Brooklyn Children’s Museum’s signature early childhood STEAM play space (science, technology, engineering, art and math) to you. As part of its BCM in the Borough initiative, Mobile Block Lab offers a semi-structured program using design challenge prompts and tons of blocks, including David Rockwell’s giant blue Imagination Playground blocks, Magna-Tiles, Tegu Blocks, and Kapla Planks.
Mobile Block Lab allows learners to:
- Develop language and cognition skills and social-emotional development by sharing space and blocks with peers during semi-structured design challenges
- Develop language and cognition skills by working with their peers to build structures
- Strengthen bonds between children and their caretakers as they communicate and collaborate with each other in the space
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