Published Research, Evaluation Reports, and Publications

Published Research, Evaluation Reports, and Publications

The Children’s Museum of Manhattan partners with leading academic, research, community-based, and government organizations to translate the latest findings on child development into exhibits, programming and resources that captivate, educate and delight children and adults of all backgrounds. Although our work begins at the museum, it can be seen engaging children, and those who care for them, at schools, libraries, homeless shelters and Head Start centers throughout New York City.
 
To find out more about what we’ve discovered and how it informs our work, check out What We’ve Learned
 

Early Childhood Development

New York University Research
 
 
Barnard Research
 
 
 

Heathy Lifestyles

EatPlayGrow™ Website & Professional Development
 
 
Summary of Pilot & Exhibit Evaluation Reports
 
 
EatSleepPlay™ Exhibit Evaluation 
 
 
Pilots: Programs, Professional Development, & Curriculum
 
 
 

Cultural Awareness and Respect

Hello from Japan! 
 
 
Gods, Myths & Mortals: Discovering Ancient Greece
 
 
Monkey King: A Story from China
 

 

Publications

Authored by Executive Director, Anderew Ackerman

Museums and Health: A Case Study of Research and Practice at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan, Journal of Museum Education »

Huffington Post Blogs

"Tackling Society's To-Do List One Family At A Time." 24 Sept. 2016. »

"Family Pride." 20 June 2016. »

"Offering Teen Moms Tools for Lasting, Meaningful Change." 19 Oct. 2015. »

"Our Children's New Worldview." 10 July 2014. »

                

Authored by Children’s Museum staff

Bushara, Leslie. "Passion to Learn." The White House. 17 June 2013 »

 

 

 

 


 

 

Save the Date!
CMOM 2014 Spring Gala

Thursday, 15 May 2014
The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers

Schedule of Programs

Messy With Art, 10:00am

5 & younger
Explore new textures and techniques as we use art materials in unusual ways!
 

Movement & Circle Time, 11:00am

5 & younger

Dance along, sing fun songs and read some special stories! 

Mural Wall Painting, 12:00pm

5 & younger

Mix paint on the PlayWorks™ Mural Wall

Kamishibai Storytelling, 12:30pm

All ages

Kamishibai is a traditional form of Japanese storytelling. Join CMOM educators for an interactive telling of traditional and modern kawaii-inspired stories.

Lovely Ladybugs, 1:00pm

5 & younger
Celebrate spring by creating a ladybug from recycled materials! How many does your ladybug have?
 

S.T.E.A.M Lab, 3:00pm

5 & younger
Watch things fizz, tinker with some toys and explore other experiments inspired by Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math!
 

Movement & Circle Time, 4:00pm

5 & younger

Dance along, sing fun songs and read some special stories! 

Full Calendar