SAUSALITO — A new super-hero themed exhibit at the Bay Area Discovery Museum will help children learn about how they can play an active role in being green.
PG&E is one of the sponsors of “Super Kids Save the World,” which opened Jan. 18 and runs through May 4 at the museum. The exhibit provides information to children and their parents on how they can make a difference — from recycling to turning off lights that aren’t in use. The exhibit focuses on the four Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Repair and Recycle.
“It’s ordinary kids making a difference. It’s Super Kids Save the World,” states the description on the museum website. A boy hero and his dog – both with super-hero capes – are featured as part of the promotion. The program also provides a list of reading books with stories that teach children about being green.
The Bay Area Discovery Museum is designed to ignite creative thinking in children. At the museum, children are able to navigate winding tunnels and feel the rush of cold-water tide pools as just part of the learning experience. The museum is located at Fort Baker, within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, at 557 McReynolds Road in Sausalito.