Insides Out

  • Next patient, please!

    Insides Out offers children an opportunity to investigate and explore all the interconnected systems and parts of their body. As they examine and touch organs and bones in the operating room, weigh babies, repair teeth, listen to the heart, and test their eyes, kiddos are discovering answers – and questions! – about the very complex human body.

    Make sure to visit each themed “office” – ophthalmology, cardiology, orthopedics, pediatrics, and dental – as you discover what makes up our bodies.

    Let’s play and learn!

    • Check out an x-ray. Can you identify the bone or tooth structures? Is the x-ray of a person or an animal?
    • Test your vision by reading the eye charts. Do you need glasses? Try on some of the frames on the wall and see which you like best.
    • Put on a lab coat and have an adult be your patient. Can you figure out what’s wrong? How can you make them feel better?
    • Find a scale and weigh one of the babies. How much do you think you weighed when you were a baby?

    Let’s keep exploring! Take me to Mind Unwind!
  • Sensory Experience

    Gross motor

    Fine motor

    Loud noise