Marbles Kid’s Museum in Raleigh is offering several new enrichment programs for young children.
I’m very excited because we just signed Jude up for one of the upcoming Little Kids Classes.
Little Kids Learn is a new series of classes where preschoolers can explore art, science, music and more—the Marbles way, through PLAY! Make scientific discoveries, sing, create a messy art project or even explore a new language, all in a playful way where natural curiosities lead to learning opportunities, new friends and fun.
All campers must be 3 years old and fully potty-trained (no pull-ups).
Members – $30/class | Non-Members – $35/class
9am-12pm | All classes are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
November 21 – Little Kids Learn…Music! (Sing Me a Story)
December 19 – Little Kids Learn…Something New! (The Feelings We Feel)
January 16 – Little Kids Learn…Nature! (Animals, Animals)
February 20 – Little Kids Learn…Science! (My Amazing Body)
March 20 – Little Kids Learn…Art! (Little Big Art)
April 24 – Little Kids Learn…Nature! (Backyard Explorers)
May 15 – Little Kids Learn…Something New! (Hola, Friends!)
November 29 – Little Kids Learn…Music! (Sing Me a Story)
December 27 – Little Kids Learn…Something New! (The Feelings We Feel)
January 24 – Little Kids Learn…Nature! (Animals, Animals)
February 28 – Little Kids Learn…Science! (My Amazing Body)
March 28 – Little Kids Learn…Art! (Little Big Art)
May 9 – Little Kids Learn…Nature! (Backyard Explorers)
Marbles also offers additional Enrichment Programs:
Little Kids Learn Open House
Marbles is offering a special Little Kids Class Open House on November 8th from 9am-12pm that will be free with museum admission. This open house is for anyone who is interested in the classes and those who want to get a closer look before signing up their children.
About Marbles Kids Museum
Marbles Kids Museum is a non-profit organization inspiring children to be imaginative and inventive 21st century problem solvers. Located in downtown Raleigh, Marbles offers playful learning adventures for children and families, larger-than-life IMAX films on North Carolina’s only giant screen, museum and IMAX field trips, summer camps, family events, targeted outreach programs and exceptional spaces for meetings and parties. Museum exhibits are designed for children under 10 and their families; documentary films are for all ages. For more information, visit www.marbleskidsmuseum.org or www.imaxraleigh.org.
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