Schedule

Spring Session II

Tiny Gardeners

Recommended Ages: 6  months – 18 months
Saturdays: May 30 – June 20
Eventbrite - Spring Infant Workshop: Tiny Gardeners
Filling and dumping, digging in the dirt, stopping to smell a beautiful flower. Infants get to work exploring flowers and gardens.

Goin’ on a Picnic

Recommended Ages: 19 months – 3 years
Saturdays: May 30 – June 20
Eventbrite - Spring Toddler Workshop: Goin' on a Picnic
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.

Summer

Tiny Painters

Recommended Ages: 6 months – 17 months
Saturday: July 11, 2015
Time: 10am—11:30am

SOLD OUT

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BEING ON A WAIT LIST, CONTACT CYNTHIA RASO: RASOC@SI.EDU

Picasso, Monet, and Cassatt have nothing on your little one! Infants will get messy exploring paint, paper and brushes and follow it up with a look at some masterpieces on the Mall.

Where the Wild Things Are

Recommended Ages: 19 months – 3 years
Saturday: July 11, 2015
Eventbrite - Smithsonian Family Workshop: Where the Wild Things Are

The cherished children’s book is the focus of this class as we use our imaginations to recreate the setting, characters and plot of the story.  Let the wild rumpus begin.

Tiny Sculptors

Recommended Ages: 6 months – 18 months
Saturday: August 1, 2015
Time: 10am-11:30am

SOLD OUT

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BEING ON A WAIT LIST, CONTACT CYNTHIA RASO: RASOC@SI.EDU

Ok, so your baby is no Michelangelo, but they are mastering their sense of touch and with it, learning all about the world. We will help them along their way as they explore materials, shapes and forms and maybe even sculpt the next David.

 Let’s Go Camping

Recommended Ages: 19 months – 3 years
Saturday: August 1, 2015
Eventbrite - Smithsonian Family Workshop: Let's Go Camping

Camping is a favorite pastime of summer and a great way for young children to learn about the natural world. Join us as we imagine our own camping trip and explore both animal life and environment.

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