March Lego Club Curiologists: Environmental Science Egg Day April Community Read at the Library for Arbor Day
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Thursday, March 1
4:00 - 5:00 PM
Kindergarten and up
Children will create different structures, which will be put on display in the Children's Room.
Thursdays February 22 through March 29
1:30 - 2:30 PM
Presented by the Dobbs Ferry Recreation Department, Curiologists is a program based on the idea that pre-schoolers like to pretend and explore and learn! In this 6-week session, they play the role of scientists and explore themes that encompass a physical connection to the world around them. Each lesson is designed to provide a sensory experience to enhance a child’s natural curiosity. We explore “forces of nature,” (gravity, momentum, etc.) and “actions and reactions” (what happens when two things mix or collide?). Each class starts with a brief discussion about the week’s theme. Then we conduct experiments, asking for predictions and observations. The outcomes always include learning and having fun!!
Fee: $140.00 Residents $155.00 Non-residents
For further information: Please contact Kendra Garrison via email at: Kgarrison@dobbsferry.com
There are a limited number of scholarships available. Please contact the Rec Office.
Friday March 30
1:30 - 3:30 PM
Come Decorate eggs. Please bring your own hard boiled, blown out, or plastic eggs to dye, trim, or make egg creatures. Everyone is welcome, but please note that pre-schoolers must be accompanied by an adult.
Tuesday April 10
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Save the date and reserve your books now for a children's community read discussion of A Tree is Growing by Arthur Dorros.
Are you interested in the natural world around you? Do you have a favorite tree from childhood? Get ready to Celebrate Arbor Day in Dobbs Ferry and come to a Community Read program at the Library.
Order Your Books by March 10 for the Community Read event on April 10.
There will be a presentation and discussion of the book selected for the Community Read, A Tree is Growing by Arthur Dorros for children K - 6. Children will have an opportunity to participate in a hands-on activity to help them learn more about the biology, ecology, and importance of trees around us.
We would like to give you a chance to read this nonfiction book about trees ahead of time so you can come prepared to appreciate a really good program.
Register at the front desk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lego Club Curiologists: Environmental Science Egg Day April Community Read at the Library for Arbor Day
Curiologists: Environmental Science Egg Day April Community Read at the Library for Arbor Day