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Wonder Years exhibit opens at the Science Museum of Minnesota

The permanent exhibit Wonder Years, the result of a grant from the National Science Foundation to the Center for Early Education and Development (CEED), the Science Museum of Minnesota, and Public Agenda (a nonprofit group), invites you to see the world through the eyes of a child.

Why are experiences an important part of development? What do children learn before kindergarten? Explore how young children learn from the world around them and how scientists learn about children's development. Bring your family and friends--Wonder Years is included with museum admission.

Check out the Science Museum's Wonder Years website for more information and to learn about community events you can attend.

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