Betty Brinn Children’s Museum Launches “Play in the Cloud” | Online Education Platform

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Discover playful learning that encourages your child to wonder through creative, hands-on workshops led in real-time by Instructors from across the globe.

The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum just launched its brand-new platform for online education — Play in the Cloud powered by GLOMADO. Families, students and educators seeking creative and cultural enrichment opportunities can visit the platform and register for a hands-on workshop led in real-time by a Museum educator or a GLOMADO instructor from across the globe.

“We are proud to introduce our cloud-based platform that extends the Museum’s educational resources to children in the Greater Milwaukee area and beyond like never before,” said Museum Executive Director Brian King. “Play in the Cloud enables us to bring impactful Museum programming and authentic cultural learning experiences right to families’ homes, as well as to students who are doing in-class instruction or remote learning.”

Learn More about Play in the Cloud with Betty Brinn

Play in the Cloud workshops consist of hands-on arts, crafts and maker activities, including designing a robot, jewelry making, creating a journal, cooking and folklore crafts. Workshops are taught live by Museum educators and GLOMADO global instructors who represent more than 50 countries. All workshops are limited to six participants or less and many come with GLOkits, which contain the main workshop supplies, delivered right to the learner’s door.

How the Play in the Cloud Workshops Work

1. Find a Workshop

You can browse by activity type, age, country, or keyword. There are workshops available for the whole family. You get to decide if your Learner(s) will work independently, or if you would like to join in the fun.

2. Claim a Seat

Select a day and time which fits your schedule and enter the number of Learners attending the Workshop. Many Workshops will come with small kits that contain the main Workshop supplies.

3. Join the Workshop

On the day of your Workshop, you’ll receive an email with a custom link to join your Workshop. Then, the fun begins — enjoy learning, making and doing with people from all over the world!

What Kind of Workshops are Available?

A quick perusal of the website shows there are a wide variety of workshops available, from Journal Making, Metal Etching, Origami and Latvian Paper Dolls to Mexican Sugar Skulls, Beeswax Candles, West African Kashaka and more! We are very impressed by how many countries and cultures are represented in these workshops. 

Users can browse for workshops by activity type, age, country or keyword, and then schedule a day and time to livestream their secure session on Zoom. A portion of all Play in the Cloud workshop purchases support its mission. Workshops are in the range of $30 to $40. You can also purchase gift workshops to give to someone else! 

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“We’re partnering with the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum because they are at the forefront of innovation in the museum space. As an organization, they think outside the walls of their museum — they are tech trailblazers and creative visionaries,” said GLOMADO CEO. “Together, we’re working to reshape what a children’s museum can be in the digital age, and we could not have asked for a better partner than the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum.”

To access Play in the Cloud powered by GLOMADO, visit


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