Your two-year-old is becoming more independent, communicative, and social. Our classes will foster these skills through fun and interactive workshops that take a unique perspective on familiar themes.
- Typical class
- Meets every 2nd Saturday from 10am – 11:30am at the National Museum of Natural History
- $41.20 | child + single caretaker
- Additional caretakers are welcome during the museum portion of the program.
- Class themes are subject to change due to exhibition schedules.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES ¦ 2016 -2017
Where the Wild Things Are
During this lesson, children will be introduced to the wonderful world of Maurice Sendak by focusing on his book, Where the Wild Things Are. They will travel to the imaginary world of the Wild Things and create their own rumpus.
Saturday, February 4
Clay, paint, and wood are just the beginning. In this class, children will explore the many different media that they can use to create art.
Saturday, March 18 and Sunday, March 19
NO CLASS – HOLIDAY
Squiggly Lines and All
Two-year-olds are beginning to recognize lines and shapes in their environment. In this class, they will explore where these occur in nature, and discover how artists use them as the building blocks for their art.
Let’s Go Camping
It’s that time of year when families head out for camping trips and the perfect time to explore the different tools and items needed for shelter and food, while also discovering the wonders of living outdoors.
Water, Water Everywhere
It is easy to take for granted, but water is so important! Our Twos Travelers will stop to think about all the ways we use water, and take a look back in time to see how water was carried and transported.