Entries by Cheryl Mang

AAPI HERITAGE MONTH

 

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month and we’re celebrating by amplifying AAPI voices! Check out what we’ve got planned virtually and in person!


MaiStoryBook x SCCM Story & Craft

We’ve partnered with Maya Le Espiritu, a teacher, artist and children’s book reviewer, to bring you a four-part video miniseries highlighting children’s books featuring Asian characters, authors and illustrators! READ MORE

WE’RE OPEN!

 

Los Angeles is in the red tier which means we’re able to re-open and safely welcome you back! Since we can only operate at 25% capacity, we have temporarily moved to a timed, reservation-based system. READ MORE

CONTACTLESS SENSORY PLAY

You can now book a semi-private contactless sensory play story time for your pod! We’re digging deep and going back to our roots as a museum without walls, offering kids experiential learning through play! READ MORE

STORY & CRAFT: TRAILBLAZERS

Our much anticipated mini series, Story & Craft: Trailblazers is here! For ten weeks, starting Tuesday, 1/5, we will be featuring a female trailblazer during our virtual Story & Craft sessions. READ MORE

A IS FOR…

At SCCM, we believe in learning through play. That’s why we created the ABC Series, a virtual exploration of the alphabet through fun crafts and activities! Follow along on IGTV or on our ABC SERIES page! READ MORE

CREATE CHANGE

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WE STAND FOR INCLUSION

We stand for inclusion. We stand for justice. We are conscious of the pain in our community. As an organization, we want to support our children and families to have conversations about race and racism. READ MORE

WILD CALIFORNIA

We have worked hard over the past two years and are incredibly excited to announce the Wild California exhibit IS NOW OPEN! We are grateful to this community for helping us bring our collective vision to life and remain committed to our mission of cultivating a child’s wonder, stimulating curiosity, and motivating learning through interactive exhibits, creative experiences and dramatic play, all while promoting the diversity of Southern California. READ MORE