April 17 - May 22
Join us live at 10:00 am via Zoom
Or watch us on Facebook Live at 1:00 pm
Featuring your favorite Bronx Children's Museum Educators and Teaching Artists
Ideal for children 3 to 9
Activities and Dates
What is Water? - April 17
Water is all around us here in the Bronx! Learn about different types of water and where it can be found.
Items you will need: 2 plastic cups, 2 spoons, water, salt
Cloud Paintings - April 24
Is it a bunny? Is it a plane? No, it's a ..... cloud! Find out how clouds are formed and how to create cloud paintings.
Items you will need: Construction paper (black or blue is best), White paint, 3 found objects (straw, cotton ball, wax paper are good options!)
Camouflage Critters - May 1
Are you good at hide and seek? These Bronx animals are! Discover amazing adaptation of camouflage.
Items you will need: 2 sheets of construction paper, Oil pastels, Scissors, Glue dot (or tape)
Make It Rain - May 8
Drip, drip, drop! Explores the water cycle by making a rainstorm in a jar.
Items you will need: 1 clear jar or container, Shaving or whipped cream, Water, Color tablets or liquid food coloring, Pipette or straw, Tray, Watercolor paper, Spoon
Catch a Rainbow - May 15
Everyone loves a rainbow, but do you know where they come from? Discover how rainbows are formed and how to create them using objects from home.
Items you will need: CD or DVD, Flashlight, Black paper, Clear nail polish, Basin of water
Animal Forms & Functions - May 22
Shells, claws, and flippers, oh my! Join Learn how different body parts help animals survive in a particular environment.
Items you will need: Clay, Sculpting tool (toothpick, fork, straw)
Sign up for one, or sign up for all six.
10:00 am Zoom sessions include live interactions. Registration required.
A link to the Zoom session will be sent out two days prior with a list of materials to gather.
1:00 pm Facebook Live sessions includes live interactions through chat only. No registration required
For more information
For questions and more information, contact Nicole Wallace
Support for this program is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs through the Cultural Development Fund.