Wordless Wednesday – Sesame Street Presents the body at the Ontario Science Centre

Yesterday Princess Peach, Little Dude and I headed to the Ontario Science Centre to check out the new exhibit Sesame Street presents the body: an interactive exhibit all about you. We had an amazing morning! Although Little Dude slept the entire time, Princess Peach kept busy the entire morning. So much so that when it was time to leave she didn’t want to! What a better way to learn all about the human body with our friends from Sesame Street! We played Count’s Organ Organ, Dressed Elmo in the proper clothing for his different vacation locations, scanned¬† foods at Mr. Hooper’s Store, picked lots of healthy fruits and vegetables at Baby Bear’s Mini Mart, and Princess Peach’s favourite-¬† learned about Digestion with Oscar!

The exhibit runs until May 5, 2014 so be sure to check it out!



Sesame Street presents the body at the Ontario Science Centre




  1. Kayla Barda says:

    Looks great my husband was just telling me about this exhibit as he was there with the students from his school to see the human body exibit on Monday. Looks like lots of fun for the kids.

  2. multitestingmommy says:

    So much fun! I was bummed that I wasn’t able to attend!

  3. Looks like so much fun!

  4. paula schuck says:

    Fun!! I wish I lived closer to Ontario Science Centre. I would use it for sure. My kids love visiting.

  5. Would I be dating myself if I told you I say show number #10 or 12? Honestly, I saw it 40 years ago… enough said on my age… I’m glad your kids still enjoy Sesame Street to this day!

  6. mapsgirl says:

    Wow! That looks great!!

  7. Olivia says:

    That is so cool! I hope that comes to Vancouver!

  8. This looks like an amazing exhibit, especially for the little ones! I wish we were on the other end of the country – and of course, we’re going there AFTER May 5th. I would have loved to learn about Cookie Monster’s digestive system too!

  9. Brandee H says:

    This looks like so much fun! I need to take my son!

  10. loucheryl says:

    I wish I had seen this at the Ontario Science Centre. My sons would have loved it.

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