Wildflowers of many colors brighten up the forest floor in the springtime! In this special Earth Day program, Jill Vance, Monroe Lake Interpretive Naturalist, will teach some skills for wildflower identification and help participants make a simple wildflower craft. You can also pick up a list of upcoming local wildflower hikes, and enjoy these blooms for real! Drop-in, for ages 6 to 12.
Educational Food Nutrition program geared toward pre-school and early elementary aged children and their caregivers. Get tips for promoting healthy eating habits while enjoying fun stories about food. Children will have a chance to try yummy, healthy snacks presented by student members of I.U. Campus Kitchens Project. For children ages 3 to 8 with their caregivers. Drop-in.
Explore the world of science and math with your preschooler. Activities and handouts help caregivers explore important math and science concepts with their preschoolers. Dress to mess. No need to register, just drop in.
Use your hands! Use your eyes! Join us in the Children's Program Room after Tuesday Tales for a special Crafting experience. These activities need the active participation of caregivers with children, so come prepared to learn to create with your child. Dress to mess! No registration needed, just drop in anytime between 10:45 and 11:30.