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Educators carefully craft an engaging and developmentally appropriate workshop that introduces young children to museums and encourages 21st century skills.
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Questions & Registration: Contact Cynthia Raso firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-633-0121
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Join us for a sailing adventure through several museums. Row, float and create as we explore all there is for a baby to know about transportation on the water.
Baby It’s Cold Outside!
Come in from the cold and join us for a “snowy” experience. In this class infants explore some of our favorite winter wonders.
Filling and dumping, digging in the dirt, stopping to smell a beautiful flower. Infants get to work exploring flowers and gardens.
Captivating stories coupled with museum visits that will teach your toddler about some of their favorite animals.
Where Does It Come From?
Your toddler can easily recognize their favorite foods, but do they really know where they come from? Join us as we explore foods on their journey from nature to table.
ABC’s of Art
Learn about the building blocks of art making by exploring form, line, materials and technique.Â Then apply these experiences to your very own masterful creations!
Animals in Art
Children discover the significance animals play in art from all over the world.
Introduce your child to the museum and its treasures. We explore why museums are important and how we can learn and have fun in them.
The Science of Art
Explore the masterpieces of the Smithsonian and the “what and how” behind their creation.
What Does It Mean?
From portrait to landscape, children discover art through its many forms and meanings.
World of Wonder
From Africa to Ancient China, participants will examine objects from all over the world and participate in activities that enhance their understanding of that culture.