School holidays are the best time for students – but not necessarily so for the parents. This is because unless the kids know how to spend their time wisely, parents would have a difficult time trying to fit their days with activities that would benefit them instead of the children just lying in beds all day or playing all day long. In Chicago, if you are looking for a day’s of good fun learning for the children, you can always charter a Chicago school bus to take them and their friends too, to the Museum of Science and Industry to learn a thing or two while having fun at the same time.
Children arriving in a Chicago school bus charter will find that there are always new and exciting things to do at the Museum of Science and Industry and for those who are visiting for the first time, we can bet that it will not be their first and last time because the museum offers many types of permanent and seasonal displays and exhibits all year round. Some of their permanent displays are “YOU! The Experience” (find out more about your body and yourself through the various interactive and hands-on exhibits), “Science Storms” (learn about the different types of natural storms and how it happens) and the “U-505 Submarine” (step into a real submarine to see what’s inside!).
When kids get together on a trip, fun is always the thing on their minds and with a school bus charter trip to the Museum of Science and Industry, they will thrilled to their bones as they enter into the museum. Being able to touch some of the displays and experiencing science in ways like never before will surely stir up their love for science, even if it was their most hated subject in school. It is places like this that always get the children excited and learning at the same time. Learning does not always mean it has to be in a classroom setting all the time.
In fact, after this first trip, parents may want to start planning for another trip in the near future for their children to gain more science knowledge through the interactive and interesting exhibits at the Museum of Science and Industry. Perhaps you may even want to sign up their membership to enjoy the benefits of being a member of the museum.