Treehouse Children’s Museum’s exhibits are carefully designed and built for imaginative play and for retelling favorite stories. Lots of costumes and props add to the fun of role playing together. Imaginative play is good for children. Research shows that children who pretend play are more likely to have richer language use and are able to take different perspectives, persist with challenging activities, exercise divergent and flexible thinking, focus for longer periods of time and regulate their own behaviors better. With nearly nearly 30,000 square feet of exhibits to explore, children can find lots of exhibits that intrigue, inspire, and engage them.
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