Christine Koh

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I'm Christine Koh, a music and brain neuroscientist turned multimedia creative. I'm the founder + editor of Boston Mamas, co-author of Minimalist Parenting, co-host of the Edit Your Life podcast, and creative director at Women Online. Drop me a line; I'd love to chat about how we can work together!

Weekly Blueprint

Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're enjoying a great weekend and staying warm. I am just totally confused with the swings in weather. I'm trying to orient my brain to a new week and am kicking it off with this Weekly Blueprint. Enjoy!

Monday

March 6: The Discovery Museums offer their monthly Especially for Me! Free Morning for Families with Deaf, Hard of Hearing, & KODA Infants and Toddlers (Acton)

March 6: Put on jammies, bring a cuddly friend, and enjoy bedtime stories, seasonal crafts, and songs (Boston)

March 6: The Faneuil Book Club for 4th-6th graders explores Pie by Sarah Weeks (Brighton)

March 6-11: Participate in the Teen Tech Week Scavenger Hunt (Roxbury)

Tuesday

March 7: Dig for fossils and celebrate Women’s History Month by learning about paleontologist Mary Anning (Acton)

March 7: Enjoy the Discovery Museums during this month’s Especially for Me: Sensory-Friendly Afternoon (Acton)

March 7: Attend THE TALK, a workshop with child psychologist Dr. Nora Shine, in which she shares realistic strategies that parents can use to promote their children’s safety, especially in regards to sexual exploitation (Bedford)

March 7: Seussian snacks, games, and stories await at Dr. Seuss’s Birthday Party (Dorchester)

March 7: Donate to local charities and enjoy a free short stack at IHOP National Pancake Day (Various Locations)

Wednesday

March 8: Rock out at this Baby Dance Party (Boston)

March 8: Make a St. Patrick’s Day Charm Bracelet (Dorchester)

March 8: Take a free infant massage class (South Boston)

Thursday

March 9: Explore the Songs and Toys of Japan (Acton)

March 9: Design Wearable Art (Boston)

March 9:  Sing songs, create crafts, and listen to stories that celebrate Purim (Brookline)

March 9: Teens and tweens can get their creative problem-solving skills flowing at Mini-Hacks (Cambridge)

March 9: Meet author Kate DiCamillo (Cambridge)

March 9: Robots on the Run teaches teens to build a simple robot using Arduino (Dorchester)

March 9: Create customizable, programmable robots using Lego Mindstorms (Dorchester)

Friday

March 10: Celebrate World Plumbing Day at with storytime at the Curious George store (Cambridge)

March 10: End the week with a Silly Shabbat-Purim Shabbat Celebration -- dress in costume, create a Mishloach Manot, enjoy a light dinner and hamentaschen, take in a silly puppet show (Natick)

March 10: Have a Pajama Party with singing, dance, drama, movement, and more (North Easton)

March 10-12: Meet Gotham’s Caped Crusader during the LEGO Batman Movie Days (Somerville)


Because #GirlsCount

Because #GirlsCount

Weekend Roundup

Weekend Roundup