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 – 11:30 am
Cost | $43
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
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES | 2017 – 2018
Fire and Water
Saturday, December 2 at 10AM SOLD OUT
Sunday, December 3 at 10AM
Saturday, December 16 at 10AM
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!
Museum Visit | National Museum of American History
Saturday, January 6 at 10am
Sunday, January 7 at 10am
Saturday, January 20 at 10am
Dive deep into the Ocean Hall at the National Museum of Natural History and learn about the type of transportation we would need to travel below the surface of the water. Along the way we will explore the different ocean zones and the creatures that inhabit them.
Saturday, February 3 at 10am
Sunday, February 4 at 10am
Sunday, February 11 at 10am
Calling all astronauts, it’s time to blast off into space! Let’s use our imaginations to climb aboard a spaceship and go on a space adventure. Through our play we will learn about how life in space is different form life on Earth.
Riding In My Car
Saturday, March 3 at 10am
Sunday, March 4 at 10am
Saturday, March 17 at 10am
Buckle your seatbelts, it’s time to go for a ride! Through experimentation, our engineers will discover why wheels are circle shapes, and how they makes cars go. We’ll end the class looking at some classic cars at the National Museum of American History.