Making the right choices

A new exhibit opened last weekend at Betty Brinn Children’s Museum in Milwaukee. Kohl’s Healthy Kids: It’s Your Move! was developed in partnership with Children’s Hospital and Health System and brought to you by Kohl’s Department Stores. Check out photos from the grand opening event!

Kids sit and pedal as they answer questions related to bike safety. Three correct answers in a row, sends their ball all the way up the translucent ball tower.

Kids sit and pedal as they answer questions related to bike safety. Three correct answers in a row, sends their ball all the way up the translucent ball tower.

The food pyramid reminds us to eat a variety of foods. Tossing the orange bean bag into the orange food group (grain group) helps the child start to learn the different food groups.

The food pyramid reminds us to eat a variety of foods. Tossing the orange bean bag into the orange food group (grain group) helps the child start to learn the different food groups.

Kids try miniature golfing by creating their own course and then avoiding any hazards.

Kids try miniature golfing by creating their own course and then avoiding any hazards.

Bedtime routines are important for all ages. Here, children help the characters with their routines before lights out.

Bedtime routines are important for all ages. Here, children help the characters with their routines before lights out.

Pull up to the Not-So-Fast Food and order a healthy four-star meal. Be careful of the less nutritious foods!

Pull up to the Not-So-Fast Food and order a healthy four-star meal. Be careful of the less nutritious foods!

Bridget Clementi, executive director, Children's Health Education Center, helps cut the ribbon to officially open Kohl’s Healthy Kids: It’s Your Move! exhibit.

Bridget Clementi (left), executive director, Children's Health Education Center, helps cut the ribbon to officially open Kohl’s Healthy Kids: It’s Your Move! exhibit.

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