Tag: Play

WINTER STORM UPDATE: Sadly, we are cancelling the Santa’s Workshop event tonight. This winter storm has cause the roads to be too hazardous. We are looking to reschedule. Ticket holders are asked to watch for an email in their inboxes early Monday morning about an update and possible reschedule. Sorry for the inconvenience! If you […]

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Kahaaniya for Kids Puppet Show 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM Join Kahaaniya for Kids’ Diwali puppet show incorporating narrative dance and told from the perspective of the unsung hero. This is a story about perseverance, loyalty, courage and bravery. Special Music & Movement – 2:00 PM Join Kahaaniya for Kids in a traditional Indian dance […]

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Music & Movement – 11:00 AM Learn to dance some traditional Jewish circle dances such as Hava Nagila and Chiri Bim with Michael Levine of The Learning Groove! “Mr. Michael” Levine is the co-founder of The Learning Groove music and movement classes and the music producer of the original NY Times bestselling Pete the Cat […]

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Las Posadas is a nine-day religious celebration celebrated primarily in Mexico and by Mexican-Americans in Southwest United States. Celebrated in the evenings, families participate in nightly Christmas processions that re-create the Holy Pilgrimage of Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus on their way to Bethlehem. Storytime – 1:00 PM Un, Dos, Tres, Posada! By Virginia Kroll […]

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KAHAANIYA FOR KIDS PUPPET SHOW 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM Join Kahaaniya for Kids’ Diwali puppet show incorporating narrative dance and told from the perspective of the unsung hero. This is a story about perseverance, loyalty, courage and bravery. SPECIAL MUSIC & MOVEMENT – 2:00 PM Join Kahaaniya for Kids in a traditional light festival dance learning different […]

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SPECIAL STORYTIME – 12:00 PM Sammy Spider’s First Sukkot by Sylvia Rouss – Join the Imaginators for our Meet the Holiday program that highlights the Jewish Holiday of Sukkot. Sukkot is celebrated to appreciate the shelter of our homes. The Sukkah was a shelter built by the Jewish people as they traveled from Egypt. Sammy Spider learns about […]

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A world of fun and exploration awaits at Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Take a minute to see what you might discover with MUSEUM IN A MINUTE!

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It’s summer, and one of the great things about summer in Atlanta is the Mayor’s Summer Reading Club. We’re happy to once again be a partner, and a host for their kickoff event. The fun starts at 10am this Saturday morning, and we’ll have readings and crafts all day long! Plus, a special reading by […]

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Earlier this week, in The New York Times, David Kohn wrote about children and learning, and although he didn’t use the exact phrase that we do here, “The power of play,” it still resonates throughout his story. Children learn through hands-on exploration. They need to set their own pace, and they need to be given […]

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The cold weather is coming! Actually, this being Georgia, the cold weather already came, went away for a bit, rained some, got hot, got cold, and warmed up, but we’re pretty sure that it’s back. Anyway, we were looking ahead to some chilly evenings curled up on the couch under a big comfy blanket reading […]

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