We're heading out on the road again this summer with our Summer Library 2018 Outreach program! Think the program sounds good? Ask your library if they're planning to book a visit from the Children's Museum of New Hampshire!
2018 Program Title:
Mind-Blowing Matter Rocks
Designed for Ages: 5-11, children outside this age range are welcome to attend
Fee: $210 per program, maximum enrollment of 50 children, includes all materials and travel within 20 miles round trip of or our Dover location. Multiple sessions held consecutively in the same location will receive a $50 discount on each additional session. A travel fee of 50 cents per mile will be required for libraries located beyond 20 miles round trip of the Museum’s Dover location.
Description: Join us for an exploration of matter from tiny molecules to exploding volcanoes. Learn how rocks can change their state of matter and watch other items change right before your eyes! Observe startlingly science-filled experiments and demonstrations and make an incredible shrink paper craft - that will look like real glass - to take home!
A museum educator will lead children in a hands-on, exciting, and informative presentation—with a focus on geology and other subjects that ROCK!
This hour-long program will wrap-up with every participant creating their own shrink-paper design - watching it transform its shape - seemingly by magic. Turn a STEM project into STEAM, by adding some ART!
Any library who is a member of the museum will get $20 off this summer's library outreach program!
Questions about the program or to book
Meredith Lamothe, Early Childhood and Literacy Coordinator
603.742.2002 Ext 111
Praise from last year’s "River Builders" Summer Library Program:
"Your whole program kept the children's attention! It was just the right mix of hands-on and learning.
"Your presenter had excellent rapport with kids - it was great, both affordable and interesting."
"Your programs and presenters are upbeat, engaging and interesting as well as being very hands-on! I wouldn't change anything!"
"Your program held the kid's interest - there was no lag time - it was active and entertaining!"
"Great balance between interaction and information. Our audience ranged from age five to grandparents and everyone was engaged and learned something."