BYOB: Bring Your Own Baby


Bring Your Own Baby is a specially designed program for adult audiences who are looking for a rich learning experience and an opportunity to meet other caretakers.

Join us as we ease into the morning with some light conversation and a walk to a nearby museum where we will explore one of the topics outlined below. While aimed at adults, the rich environment will benefit baby too by exposing them to new stimuli and vocabulary!

Age |Caretakers and babies, 0 – 12 months
Cost |$15
Ticket | 1 Caretaker + 1 Child
Location | Program begins at the National Museum of Natural History, Constitution Avenue Lobby and concludes at a museum listed in course description

PROGRAM SCHEDULE
10:00  Coffee and Play
10:30  Museum Tour

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APRIL

What’s Your Impression? | April 10 at 10am

Monet, Degas, Renoir…some of the most well-known artists, and yet when they first exhibited their work it was met with harsh criticism. Explore the distinct characteristics of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artwork and why it was controversial in its time.

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Inspired by Nature | April 24 at 10am

Explore the ways in which inventors mimic the natural world to come up with products that improve our everyday lives.

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MAY

Parenting Class: Being Your Child’s First Teacher | May 8 at 10am – SOLD OUT

A child’s education begins at birth. Caregivers can help children begin their learning journey by responding to their interests, sparking their curiosity, and allowing them to engage in self-directed activities. Join us as we explore some ways to support your child’s development and encourage their innate love of learning.

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Stories of Gods and Teachers | May 22 at 10am

Listen to stories about figures central to Hinduism and Buddhism and uncover the meaning of the rich visual language associated with these ancient religions.

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JUNE

Silence is Golden | June 5 at 10am

Ancient languages are a tool to explore both the history and artistry of writing systems. We’ll explore several kinds, including cuneiform writing and hieroglyphics to learn about how these systems develop and the ways we use them today.

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What’s Your Impression? | June 19 at 10am

Monet, Degas, Renoir…some of the most well-known artists, and yet when they first exhibited their work it was met with harsh criticism. Explore the distinct characteristics of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artwork and why it was controversial in its time.

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JULY

Stories of Gods and Teachers | July 17 at 10am

Listen to stories about figures central to Hinduism and Buddhism and uncover the meaning of the rich visual language associated with these ancient religions.

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Inspired by Nature | July 31 at 10am

Explore the ways in which inventors mimic the natural world to come up with products that improve our everyday lives.

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AUGUST

Silence is Golden | August 14 at 10am

Ancient languages are a tool to explore both the history and artistry of writing systems. We’ll explore several kinds, including cuneiform writing and hieroglyphics to learn about how these systems develop and the ways we use them today.

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