Boca Raton, FL. June 21, 2018 – We took a break from building iconic communities, to present the Children’s Museum of Boca Raton with an interesting gift. It’s called a ‘Rigamajig’, an educational toy that encourages cognitive learning through hands on interaction.
The Rigamajig is a collection of wooden planks, sheels, pulleys, nuts, bolts and rope. The idea is to create hands-on play by engaging the children in imaginative interaction. The solid wood ¾” thick planks range from 12” to 44”, allowing children to build things larger than themselves.
“We recognize the importance of supporting and maintaining a healthy community, and a good place to start is with the education of children,” says Bob Vail, President of Kolter Urban. “Building is part of our DNA as a company, and we are proud to share this passion with the children that visit the museum.”
One of the first museums to be created in Florida, the Children’s Museum of Boca Raton has a deep rooted history in providing an impactful learning environment that encourages creative and scientific exploration. “We are so grateful for the support of the Kolter Group, one of Florida’s most respected builders. The rigamajig will be such a great asset to our growing museum and mission,” said Ellyn Okrent, President and CEO of the Boca Raton’s Children’s Museum.