About Danielle Huddleston Photography:

I am a wife, homeschool mom, a hiker, and a photographer living in Oklahoma. I love beautiful light and being in the woods. I share what I love on this blog, be they trails, pictures, or homschooling curriculum. Thanks for stopping by!

  • Tag: ‘OMN’

    Tulsa Discovery Center ~Tulsa, OK

    Monday, December 18th, 2017

    Here are some of my favorites from our recent trip to the Tulsa Children’s Museum.

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    We brought a friend with us so she will pop up in some of the pics also.


    They change out exhibits pretty often so it is not the same things over and over.

    I had not been in a while so the only thing not new to me was the tape slide and toddler/baby area.


    My youngest boy spent most of the time building this wagon/sled and the rest of the time giving rides to kids.

    I think if left alone, he would build quietly all day.

    With three little sisters and a brother though that never happens…


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    Dad helped him improve his design a bit so it would be easier to pull.

    Which meant it went faster…


    Have you checked out the Oklahoma Museum Network?

    This is one of the museums on it along with several other really good ones.

    Here are my posts on the others;

    Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum

    Leonardo’s Children Museum

    Museum of the Great Plains

    Science Museum Oklahoma(I don’t have a recent post up yet)

    30 Day Project ~Day 11 “Jasmine Moran”

    Monday, February 17th, 2014

    We finally visited the Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum in Seminole, Ok again!

    It had been over two years since we went last and since they are on the Oklahoma Museum Network I wanted to go before our membership expired!

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    Yes my boys dressed up in superhero costumes to go to the museum.

    My youngest only wore the Robin suit bottoms…


    The mirrors cracked them up.funnymirror town

    This part of the museum is laid out like a little town.courtroom judgej

    The only wanted to be the judge so they could pretend to smash their fingers with the gavel. pounding car spiderman

    The last time we came my oldest would not go in this climbing area.

    He almost did not this time but I urged him to go down the slide and just like that he was okay with it.platform climb waterworks

    I really like their waterworks area.

    We got to try out their Locks and see how they work!waterworksinside room shopping

    My little cashier whistling.whistle cashier

    They took their roles very seriously.customer firetruck bubbles4

    I am glad my boys still enjoy bubbles.

    They are so beautiful.bubbles3 bubbles2 bubbles

    The boys liked playing with air.air jasmine parimedics plane

    This airplane is very cool!insideplane inside


    We did not get to do the maze last time because of the heat so I was determined to go through it this time!maze street mazeinside

    It was a little harder than I thought it would be so I was really relieved that we made it though.me

    This place is huge!

    I feel like it is never ending.

    The boys love it of course and I am exhausted by the time we leave.

    Typical Children’s Museum.

    If you live in the area you really should check it out!

    It is worth it!

    Science Museum Oklahoma ~OKC

    Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

    The Science Museum of Oklahoma is another museum that is on the Oklahoma Museum Network.

    I actually bought the family membership here and then paid the extra to get the OMN membership added.

    It is a great museum!

    There are a lot of fun educational activities for the kids and definitely worth the price!

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    Have you ever been?

    What is your favorite thing at science museums?

    The avalanche you can see and play with was at the top of my list this time.

    The teacher in my would love to have these kinds of hands on learning stations for every lesson we learn!