ASSOCIATION OF CHILDREN’S MUSEUM:
The Stellar Children’s Museum is a member of the Association of Children’s Museum (ACM).
Begun in 1962, the ACM has been serving museum members in the United States and
countries across the globe, the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) is an international
not-for- profit professional service organization representing and advocating for the children’s
museum field. ACM is the only organization representing museums and professionals dedicated
to early childhood play, the starting point in the continuum of lifelong learning.
As one of the fastest growing cultural industries in the world, children’s museums have expanded exponentially in the past two decades. Currently, ACM serves nearly 500 total museums, businesses, educational organizations and individuals.
Sparking Our Community’s Learning through Play
The Stellar Children’s Museum strives be to an integral part of the community by providing
educational and cultural activities that sparks children's discovery of their world through
interactive play and learning experiences.
The Museum partners with schools and community organizations to create educational programs, provide educator-child or parent-child learning opportunities that impact children in their early years . We also encourage children's literacy development through hands-on, multi-sensory activities that include dramatic play, storytelling, and playing with letters and sounds. Infographics and learning resources also inspire adults with ideas and information on how to promote a love of reading and build pre-literacy skills in young children.
Over the next five years, the Stellar Group will develop and install many more Children’s Museums across the country with a diverse set of activities that promote learning across many disciplines – from reading and math skills to architectural ideas and community living.