Mornings at Reynolda: Series 1
Cost: $15 per child per class; $12 Members or Friends of Reynolda at the Dual/Family level. | Package Pricing: $40, $36 Member Package
Join us for Mornings at Reynolda! To promote reading readiness and visual literacy, preschoolers (ages 3 – 5) and their caregivers will explore Reynolda through activities that encourage dramatic play, music, movement, nature exploration, and art-making. Students will interact with a natural theme, work of art, location on the estate, or item from Reynolda’s collection for inspiration.
The program takes place in the formal gardens and grounds (we encourage you to bring a blanket) and indoors at the Museum. We provide all materials; however, participants may collect their own natural items.
In the event of inclement weather, programs held outdoors may be moved indoors, canceled, or rescheduled. In each series, the lessons will build upon one another, though families may choose to attend single sessions.
We will explore the plants and animals of Reynolda in three themes:
Friday, August 25: Where does our food come from?
Friday, September 8: Pond Life
Friday, September 15: Over in the Meadow
When registering, be sure you are signing up for the workshop date that you wish to attend, or for the full series. You may need to select “Show individual events” on the registration page to view single class dates. If you have questions, please contact Janie Bass at email@example.com.
Past Date and Time(s):
Aug 25, 2023, 10:00am — 11:30am,
Sep 8, 2023, 10:00am — 11:30am,
Sep 15, 2023, 10:00am — 11:30am
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