March 17, 2006

Schoolhouse Rocks!

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Another month and another exciting playdate with Jillian. This time we met at the Schoolhouse Children's Museum in Boyton Beach. The website for this attraction really doesn't do it justice. We had so much more fun than we thought we would. It's bright and cheery with so many fun things to do.

The first stop was the Pepper Patch Farm, where the girls had to pick, sort and pack fruit (a/k/a different colored balls). Next they went to the Farm House to pick and plant flowers, dress up, cook and clean. And of course you need milk for your farm house, so the girls had to feed, clean and milk the cows.

All aboard! Next stop: another farm house with more cooking and cleaning and ninja fighting.

On the second floor the girls spent a fair amount of time at the Mangrove Manor. It's a fun little mangrove-themed maze, but to the girls it was simply a cool indoor playground with climbing, crawling, sitting and sliding. I don't have pictures but the girls also took turns playing shopkeeper and shopper at the general store. Lastly, we stopped off briefly at Doc Weems to take care of some babies and the post office to create and sort our own letters.

We did so much more than the pictures we took. And there was still so much more for us to do. But, we ran out of time. We didn't even get a chance to run wild on the Kids Kingdom Playground that looked like so much fun. This attraction is definitely on our "must visit again" list.
Posted by Jean-Marie at March 17, 2006 08:26 PM
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