Amazing Places to See Dinosaurs in New Jersey

Amazing Dinosaurs Places to See Dinosaurs in New Jersey

It could be that the first nearly complete dinosaur skeleton, Hadrosaurus foulkii, was found in Haddonfield in 1858 that inspires those in the New Jersey to dream big. Dinosaurs capture a child’s imagination and make us think of a world that no longer exists.  At Mommy University, we love dinosaurs and are always on the … [Read more…]

Explore New Jersey: 50+ Places to Discover Science in New Jersey

50+ Places to Discover Science in New Jersey

As stated in my first Kids and Science article, science is all around us. It is in our bodies, in our kitchens, outside our window and, or course, in our schools. Scientific discoveries can also be done all throughout NJ! There are so many amazing places to visit and explore all over NJ to help … [Read more…]

Brain Boosting Winter Experiences in NJ

Brain Boosting Winter Experiences in New Jersey

Are you looking for something fun and exciting to do this winter that will also boost your child’s academic and cognitive development? Well, of course your answer is YES! There are so many wonderful activities, events and places to see during the winter in New Jersey that it is hard to narrow down the choices. … [Read more…]

Brain Boosting Winter Break Activities in NJ

Winter Break Brain Boosting Events in NJ

Updated for 2019! Are you looking for fun and exciting brain boosting activities for your kids to enjoy this winter break? Of course your answer is YES! After reviewing what NJ has to offer families this winter break, we have put together a list of some wonderful educational programs your kids will LOVE! It is … [Read more…]

10 Brain Boosting Fall Experiences in NJ

Fall Experiences

Updated for 2019! Are you looking for something fun and exciting to do this fall that will also boost your child’s academic and cognitive development? Well, of course your answer is YES! There are so many wonderful activities, events and places to see during the fall in New Jersey that it is hard to narrow … [Read more…]