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Dates:Thu from 6/22/23 - 6/22/23
Hours:10:00 am - 10:45 am
Ages:Toddlers, Kids
In/Outdoor:Indoor
Cost:see below
Category:Special Events
Calling all toddlers, tots, and preschoolers ages 3-6!

Join waterworks museum education staff this summer for our Preschoolers at the Waterworks Summer Series!

Each highly interactive 45-minute session includes a story, an activity, and a take home craft.

In this session, we will first read What Floats in a Moat.

Then, we will test a wide range of household items to see if they sink or float (or both!).

Finally, we'll use what we learned to create our own boats.

This program is recommended for ages 3-6 and is free of charge, suggested donation $5.

Other Sessions in the Preschool Summer Series include:

June 29 Water and the 3 States of Matter

July 6 A Raindrop's Journey

July 13 Bringing Water Home

July 20 Saving Water

July 27 Working Against Water Pollution

Aug 3 Animals Around the Reservoir

Aug 10 What's an Engineer?

Go to waterworksmuseum.org/events for more information about all of the Preschool Summer Series sessions

COST↑ top

Free

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go.evvnt.com/1760113-1?pid=9962

LOCATION↑ top

Metropolitan Waterworks Museum, 2450 Beacon Street, Boston, MA, 02467 map
Phone: 6172770065

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