Today was a hectic day at the Museum, so much to see so little time! My first day back at the museum was monumental. So much has changed since the childsplay installation and I love it! After touring with a school group to acquaint myself with the Museum again, it was off to my first engagement activity. Barn Dance, our engagement activity for our youngest age group was amazing. The goal of the activity is to help the little ones with balance and coordination while on a Rody. They learn their left from their right, up and down, forwards and backwards. They are learning and having fun at the same time—its adorable. I had the chance to drop in on a couple of more engagement activities, my favorite being Animal Aktion! Located on the main level, Animal Aktion is a cool space with amazing activities. During the activity guest have the chance to do some non-traditional drawing, no pen and paper needed! The kids are surrounded by a big, bright orange, faux fur-covered wall, which they get to mimic artist Perry Vasquez and draw all over the wall using special tools. Their movements are captured on camera and projected alongside the projected video of the animals. The space has many different ways to engage the visitors such as the animal themed costumes the kids can dress up in and play pretend, that are similar in appearance to the dress of the Pacific Northwest Coast Indigenous people. Despite all the awesome spaces I had the chance to be apart of today, Animal Aktion was my personal favorite, Come check it out!