Art Babies: Color Dance with the Dallas Museum of Art:
Red, yellow, blue, and green—how many colors do you see? We’ll explore colorful abstract art through stories, songs, and movement in this art-filled session just for children ages 6-24 months. Learn easy ideas for making art at home with your little one with the Dallas Museum of Art!
Art Babies: Ice, Ice Baby with the Dallas Museum of Art
Take an imaginary adventure to a frosty, icy landscape as we explore the DMA’s iconic painting The Icebergs in this art-filled session just for children ages 6-24 months. We’ll waddle like penguins and twirl like snowflakes, then try painting with ice!
Creating Puppets with Household Items with First3Years
In this session, you will learn how to create puppets out of common household items (i.e., dishwashing gloves, socks, or cardboard, scissors, and markers for shadow puppets), learn about all the different ways they can be used, explore the various benefits of use, and don’t forget to gran your little one for puppet show demo!
Making Sense of Art with the Dallas Museum of Art
Explore how to use sensory bottles, sensory bins, messy play, and movement to introduce your child to the world of art in this session just for caregivers
Thinking Outside (or Inside!) the Box: Exploring Cardboard with Thinkery
Got a cardboard box? Don’t toss it! Join Thinkery, Austin’s Children’s Museum, as we share a few of our favorite ways to play with cardboard boxes. In this session, we’ll explore three activities for infants and toddlers, including ways parents and caregivers can encourage early science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) learning through play and the benefits of engaging in this way with young children.