Thursday, August 4, 2022

The end of BCM

This week of saving harbor was my last week at my first site which was the Boston Children’s Museum. Overall it has been a fun and busy experience to work here. You meet a lot of different kids and people that are excited about the crabs. And the weather was perfect for the week. It wasn't too hot outside to the point where you can’t do anything. Our week usually consisted of being at Atlantic Wharf on Mondays, Tuesdays through Thursdays at BCM, and then on Fridays we had the pleasure of going to the North End and hanging out with little kids from camps in the North End.

My favorite part about working at Boston Children's Museum was getting out of my comfort zone and being able to try new things such as trying to get families to come and see the crabs. It wasn’t always so hard to do because all the kids liked the green crabs and it was always a blast for them to hold them and go fishing. Usually it was something that they never did before or something that they enjoy doing and it brought back a good memory for them. Usually we only catch green crabs but we were able to catch another spider crab and then a cute little flounder this week.

That's a wrap for the month of July! I can't wait to meet my new group in August and see what awaits me. 

See you on the harbor, Keiana 

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