When can you start teaching kids about concepts like gravity and motion? As early as you want! At the Liberty Science Center’s new exhibit, Wobbly World, children as young as ages 0-5 can learn about gravity, balance and movement. The new exhibit aims to provide very young children with the opportunity to explore motion in ways they never have before. I recently visited the exhibit to see just how unique it is. Don’t Miss Wobbly World at Liberty Science Center
Wobbly World, located on the second floor of the museum, is a result of a collaboration with toy designer Cas Holman, who created Rigmajig – the award-winning pop-up playground at the High Line in Manhattan. Here at the Liberty Science Center, she has created a magical, whimsical world where teeny-tiny babies can explore movement in interesting, fun ways.
The brightly-colored exhibit is a playscape with a variety of items that babies and toddlers can touch, climb, roll on, build and more! At the center, there is a giant body mobile, which is a carousel of sorts, where kids can balance and spin on. There are also oversized balance blocks, as well as a scales and stacking station, where kids can sort, stack and balance a variety of blocks.
Here are some of my favorites from the exhibit:
The gorgeous mobiles are not just for playing – they are also on display on the walls!
Click here to learn more about the exhibit and the Liberty Science Center. All visitors ages 12 and up are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
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Senior Reviewer Maytal Wichman is a PR consultant and freelance writer and has written for several blogs, including The Huffington Post. She has been living in the New York City area for over twenty years and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature as well as a Law Degree. Maytal is a mom to three kids, ages 14, 12 and 9.