A Caregiver and Child Art Collaboration
Join the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum for a four week exploration in art and each other. Each teacher guided class offers caregivers and children opportunities to build relationships outside of the home. Together, we will engage in a creative process investigating different art mediums, and will inspire children’s curiosity and imaginations while developing the fine motor skills needed for Kindergarten readiness. Your final creation will be a lasting memento of the time you spent creating together.
Experience a one-hour program guided by a Museum educator every Friday in June. Programs are designed to be hands-on, child-led and full of discovery. Each class will include introduction to art mediums, exploratory stations, and Museum free play.
Who: This program is designed to support Kindergarten readiness and is ideally suited for caregivers with children entering Kindergarten in the fall.
Where: Jackson Hole Children's Museum Workshop
When: Fridays June 4th, June 11th, June 18th, and June 25th
Time: 10 AM-11 AM
Registration: Only 15 spaces available! We encourage you to attend all 4 workshops as this program is progressive in nature, but it's not required.
Cost: Free! Thanks in part to the generous support of the Gardner Grout Foundation.
Jackson Hole Children's Museum 155 N Jean St.
Jackson, Wyoming 83001