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Kid-Friendly Gateway to New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art

Whimsical intro to the wide world of art
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Title: MetKids
Summary: Whimsical, kid-friendly intro to the wide world of art

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Pros: Great videos and a fun interactive map help kids get oriented to the real-life Met and its artwork.
Cons: Some kids may be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of content; it's hard to keep track of what you've already visited.
Bottom Line: A wonderful, endlessly detailed way to get kids engaged in the world of art.

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