All About Me

What makes you you? In this exhibit, find out more about your likes and dislikes, your abilities and qualities, and find out what makes every visitor special and unique.

Underwritten by ITW Foundation

Activities

  • Hear greetings in eight different languages in the Hello Hall.
  • See your profile, the top of your head, or your backside with cameras and video monitors.
  • Paint your face with washable crayon to express how you feel.
  • Create an outline of your face, hands, or body in Pinpressions.
  • Record your voice and then play it back fast or slow.
  • Find out how much you weigh in milk jugs.
  • Stretch on the measuring wall to see how high you can reach.
  • Test your muscles by squeezing our strength measuring device.
  • Act out different roles on a video monitor with costumes.
  • Balance on our balancing beams.
  • Build a body by adding skin and clothing to a skeleton.
Good to Know: 

Exhibit Type

Ongoing

Focused Field Trips Aligned with this Exhibit

Sensational Senses

This exhibit is aligned with Illinois State Learning Standards

Educational Benefits

  • Recognize unique characteristics of self.
  • Compare self to others in a positive, non-competitive way.
  • Make predictions.

Take It with You

Use the following activities to bring the education concepts from this exhibit into your home or classroom:

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Field Trip & Group Information

With 17 hands-on exhibits to explore, the Museum has everything you need for a successful field trip for children up to age 8.

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Support

Kohl Children's Museum is a community-funded, visitor-supported organization. Please allow us to continue to make a difference in the lives of thousands of young children each year with a gift to the Annual Fund.

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Accessibility

Kohl Children’s Museum of Greater Chicago strives to be equally available to guests with any level of physical, visual, auditory, or cognitive challenge. Our facility and exhibits were designed using the principles of universal design.
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