Twos Travelers

 


Our workshops offer a variety of hands-on experiences that introduce young children to concepts in engaging ways. Each class includes playful activities that are intentionally chosen to support your child’s development. Our learning extends beyond the classroom and into the museum and community where children and parents are encouraged to wonder and explore together as a family.

Ages: 24 – 36 months
Time: 
10:15- 11:30 am 
Cost: 
$35
Ticket: 
One Caretaker + One Child
(one additional caretaker is welcome to join for the museum portion of the class)
Location: All classes begin at the National Museum of Natural History, Constitution Avenue Lobby and conclude at the museum listed in the course description

More Details


SEPTEMBER

Fire and Water

September 8 and 21 at 10:15am
Museum Visit: National Museum of American History
Did you know there is a fire truck at the National Museum of American History from the 19th century? We will compare and contrast this antique truck to its contemporary counterpart and pretend to be firefighters while learning about fire safety!

REGISTER HERE

OCTOBER

Yellow Submarine

October 6 and 19 at 10:15am
Museum Visit: National Museum of Natural History
Dive deep into the Ocean Hall and learn about the type of transportation needed to travel below the surface of the water. Along the way, we will explore the different ocean zones and the creatures that inhabit them.

REGISTER HERE

NOVEMBER

Itsy Bitsy Spider

November 2 and 16 at 10:15am
Museum Visit: National Gallery of Art
Did you know there are about 40,000 types of spiders in the world?! We’ll take a look at the vast variety among the species, and what traits they all have in common. Then we’ll try out being a spider and spin our own web.

REGISTER HERE

DECEMBER

Dinosaurs

December 7 and 14 at 10:15am
Museum Visit: National Museum of Natural History
We love to see the dinosaur bones at the museum, but have you ever wondered how they got there? Let’s find out together by becoming a paleontologist and looking for fossils. We’ll end our class in the new Dinosaur Hall with a new appreciation of the work it took to get these fossils to the museum!

REGISTER HERE