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Family: Science Museum of Minnesota Membership. Family Membership $99; One visit with Omnitheatre for adult: $20, 4-12 yr old: $17=$57 for our family ($36 w/o Omni). Also free admission to The Works museum in Bloomington, Bell Museum at UofM, EcoTarium in Worcester, MA, and Boston Children's Museum

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Edinborough Park

Edinborough Park is a one-acre indoor park that offers multiple play options for little ones. There is “The Great Hall,” or as my kids call it, “The Open Gym,” where they can shoot hoops, bounce in the moonwalk, fly by on scooters and run, run, and run some more. “Adventure Peak” is one of the largest and highest play structures in the country where kids can crawl up through tight spaces, walk across nets, climb through tunnels, whiz down slides of all heights, and ascend the 30-foot oak…

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Bell Museum of Natural History

The Bell Museum on the campus of the University of Minnesota is an awesome place for kids to learn about nature and the world around them.

Science Museum of Minnesota - Big Back Yard. In 9 holes of EarthScapes Mini-Golf, learn how landscapes erode. Walk into the Camera Obscura (Latin for "dark room"), and see an image of the outside world projected on the opposite wall. Pan for gemstones and fossils in the giant sluice Walk through a maze of prairie plants native to Minnesota. Admire our Native American gardens and check out the Big Back Yard plant guide. Enjoy lunch at a picnic table.

Low-level employment readiness curriculum. Includes attachments: Student checklist for employment readiness; Mall worksheet; Application form lesson plan grids; Delivery lesson plan; Inventory lesson plan; Reading a job ad; Retail math and money; Work schedule and appointments; and Transportation.