Explore Even More

When:
October 25, 2017 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
2017-10-25T09:30:00-04:00
2017-10-25T10:30:00-04:00

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This one-hour program from 9:30am – 10:30am or 11:30am – 12:30pm on Wednesdays from October through May is designed for preschool-aged children and is limited to 20 children each week. The program begins in the Museum with an exploration of an exhibit followed by a circle time discussion. An activity that connects the play and circle time will round out the hour. Best of all, this program is FREE with your Explore & More membership or Museum admission. Since each week is limited to 20 participants, pre-registration is required: you can register at the front desk, email ablake@exploreandmore.org, or call 655-5131 ext. 21 to register.
THEMES:
October – Animals
4th: Farm Animals (Millie’s Market)
11th: Safari Animals (South Africa)
18th: Fish (Vietnam and Fishing)
25th: Spooky Animals (Geology ROCKS!)
November – Food
1st: Growing Vegetables (Farming)
8th: Where Does Cheese Come From? (Millie’s Market)
15th: Community Garden (Faces of Buffalo)
22nd: Thanksgiving (Farming)
29th: International Food (International Food Tower)
December – Winter Wonderland
6th: Winter (Geology ROCKS!)
13th: Snowflakes (Netherlands)
20th: Graham Cracker Houses (Construction)
January – Art
3rd: Mosaics (Inside Architecture)
10th: Noodle Art (Vietnam)
17th: Color Mixing (South Africa)
24th: Painting (Faces of Buffalo)
31st: Stained Glass (Inside Architecture)
February – Literature
7th: TBD
14th: Stellaluna (Geology ROCKS!)
21st: No EEM – February Break Week Programming
28th: The Three Little Pigs (Construction)
March – Weather
7th: Rain (Geology ROCKS!)
14th: Natural Disasters (Geology ROCKS!)
21th: Seasons (Faces of Buffalo)
28th: No EEM – Spring Break Week Programming
April – Healthy Choices
4th: Visiting the Doctor (Faces of Buffalo)
11th: Healthy Meals (Kitchen)
18th: TBD
25th: TBD
May – STEM
2nd: Science (Geology ROCKS!)
9th: Technology (Construction)
16th: Engineering (Netherlands)
23th: Mathematics (Inside Architecture)
30th: STEM (Full Museum Exploration)