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Educational Workshops for Kids on Long Island

2015 School Winter Recess: Creative Fun for Kids

Next week, February 16-20, is Winter Recess for schools. If you’re looking for a fun activity, you can register your young student for one of the Vanderbilt Museum Education Department’s creative workshops. Programs are scheduled for pre-kindergarten children and those in grades K-4. Advance registration is required for all workshops. Please call (631) 854-5539 for...
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Educational Workshops for Kids on Long Island

Fun, Winter-Recess Workshops: Pre-K and K-4

When schools break for the February 2015 winter recess, the Vanderbilt Museum’s Education Department offers fun, creative workshops for pre-kindergarten children and those in grades K-4. Advance registration is required for all workshops. Please call (631) 854-5539 for more information and to register. Cancellation policy: The Museum reserves the right to cancel any workshop that...
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Halloween Events on Long Island

Spooktacular Halloween Fun for Children

The Vanderbilt Education Department has planned some safe, creative Halloween fun for Pre-K and K-3 children in late October, 2014. Programs include stories, tours of the natural-history and artifact galleries, followed by a creative art project and, for grades 2-5, a Halloween party. Advance registration is required for all workshops.  Please call 631-854-5539 to register. ...
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night sky

New Young-Adult Astronomy Program

The Charles and Helen Reichert Planetarium will offer a new summer astronomy program for young adults, ages 16-22. The program will be led by Vanderbilt science educators Tom Rico and Roger Ledgister, who also work with Discovering the Universe, the Museum’s mobile science and astronomy classroom that visits Long Island schools. The program, Young Adult...
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Educational Workshops for Kids on Long Island

Children’s Workshops Make Learning Fun

Each July and August, the Vanderbilt Museum offers creative summer workshops for pre-school children (ages 3-5, with an adult) and grades K-3. Programs for both grade levels involve visits with museum educators to the various collections galleries and doing creative projects. New in 2014: the Vanderbilt Education Center has added an astronomy component for grades...
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