Wild Kratts: Creature Power!
Minnesota Children’s Museum and creators of the PBS Kids series Wild Kratts® are joining forces on a new exhibit in which kids will use their brains and teamwork to rescue animals and foil villains.
The adventurous exhibit, the first time the popular show has been brought to life as a museum experience, premieres in January 2019. The exhibit is tentatively titled Wild Kratts®: Creature Power®!
Visitors will step into the Wild Kratts world, joining animal experts Chris and Martin Kratt and a cast of heroes and villains as they explore the secret lives of extraordinary creatures. Using Kratt technology and the powers of science and collaboration, children will help the team solve problems and protect animals.
The Wild Kratts exhibit will focus on cultivating STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills in children ages 3 to 9.
“We’re thrilled at the opportunity to help families experience the adventurous world of Wild Kratts,” said Dianne Krizan, president of Minnesota Children’s Museum. “The exhibit will use the power of play to give children opportunities to develop critical thinking, collaboration, confidence and more.”
Minnesota Children’s Museum is a leading producer of interactive exhibits for museums and science centers. When the museum surveyed members and other visitors about which exhibit they’d like to see created next, Wild Kratts rated No. 1. The series is one of the top three rated shows on PBS Kids.
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