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 having a great weekend (this weather!) and are looking forward to getting back into a rhythm if you were off for April vacation this past week. If you're looking for something to do, enjoy this curated roundup of ideas for Monday through Friday!

Monday

April 24: Get cozy for bedtime stories and a seasonal craft (Boston)

April 24: Kids Book Club Junior discusses Marvin Redpost: Why Pick on Me by Louis Sachar (Boston)

April 24: Teens can learn about getting started with City Year (Boston)

April 24 + 28:  Learn how food went from seed to table before supermarkets and refrigeration during this Storytime at the Museums: In the Kitchen (Newton)

April 24-29: Drop in in for Week of the Young Child programming at the Boston Children’s Museum all week (Boston)

Tuesday

April 25: Make a strawberry DNA necklace to commemorate National DNA Day (Acton)

April 25: Celebrate Week of the Young Child with stories and activities about healthy eating and fitness (Acton)

April 25: Habitat hosts Bubble Time (Belmont)

April 25: MoneySmart Tinker Tots explores money through games, free play, stories, and activities (Boston)

April 25: Create Sharpie Tie-Dye T-Shirts (Dorchester)

April 25: Lend a hand with afternoon chores at Drumlin Farm -- feed and milk the cows, then enjoy a dairy treat (Lincoln)

April 25: It’s Peppa Pig’s Big Splash (Lowell)

Wednesday

April 26: Build forts during Work Together Wednesday (Acton)

April 26: Engineer a bird feeder (Acton)

April 26: Teens can join the Boston Public Library’s Teen Leadership Council (Boston)

April 26: Work with artists from Spontaneous Celebrations to create decorations, signs, and costumes to wear to the Wake Up the Earth parade in May (Roxbury)

April 26: Join a morning Swamp Romp, look for swamp critters, and enjoy stories and crafts (Sharon)
Thursday

April 27: Create art using physics (Acton)

April 27: Attend a free spring performance by Boston Conservatory students (Boston)

April 27: Listen to stories and create a money-themed craft at MoneySmart (Boston)

April 27: Kids are free to stretch, breathe, and be silly during Giggle Wiggle Yoga (Boston)

April 27-30: Join the Harvard Arts First Festival for more than 100 live performing, literary, and visual arts experiences (Cambridge)

April 27: Learn about the habits and habitats of several New England turtles during Turtle Time (Lincoln)

April 27: Join leading scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs for hands-on science and engineering exploration at the Spring Innovator Symposium (Winchester)

Friday

April 28: Catch a performance of Charlotte’s Web (Boston)

April 28: Join the Trail Detectives’ Club to solve clues about the natural world while learning to be a green citizen (Boston)

April 28: Take a peek at the moon, stars, and planets during the Museum of Science’s Astronomy After Hours (Boston)

April 28: Listen to a dance-themed storytime at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

April 28: Act out The Princess and the Pea, create a royal bed in the garden filled with peas and more, then bring home a personal pot of peas (Lincoln)

April 28-29: Visit SOUND SCULPTURE: An Interactive, Physical, Light, and Sound Installation (Boston)


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