Join us for story time at Reynolda House! Held on the front lawn, every Reynolda Read-Aloud is a new adventure filled with stories, songs, and suggested at-home activities.
Plus, this program is a wonderful way to nurture your child’s imagination and prepare them for reading.
Fall/Winter Read-Alouds: October 15, 16; November 19, 20; December 10, 11
Virtual Read-Aloud Lost and Found
Early Childhood Specialist Janie Bass needs your help to find her dog, Buddy! Along the way, you will reunite others with their furry friends and help a lost penguin find their way home.
Virtual Read-Aloud: Counting
Early Childhood Specialist Janie Bass leads the way to the world of numbers—and counting!
Virtual Read-Aloud: Birds
One of the sweetest sounds of spring? Birds chirping, of course! Early Childhood Specialist Janie Bass shares stories, songs, and suggested at-home activities that are bird themed.
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Educator Julia Hood will offer a crash-course on how to talk about art using works from Reynolda’s collection.
Explore the historic estate with activities that encourage dramatic play, music, movement, and art-making.
Museum members can bring their families for a dip in the indoor pool.