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Virtual Preschool: Making Paper Snow Pictures

Presented by Flint Children's Museum at Flint Children's Museum, Flint MI

Jan 27 2021
Virtual Preschool: Making Paper Snow Pictures

Join Miss Andrea, Flint Children’s Museum Educator, as she demonstrates fun activities, crafts, and lessons for parents of children 3-5 every Wednesday. Every episode features fun songs and teaches anything from counting to patterns.

As the weather gets even colder and we see more snow, Miss Andrea looks at signs of winter-like what changes when we look outside the window in the winter time. Tearing paper to create snow dunes, snow banks, and even falling snow-this is a great activity for those who like to stay inside and stay warm!

New episodes like this are posted every Wednesday at 2pm!

ADMISSION INFO

These videos are free for the public to access and watch and re-watch at any time at no additional cost. New videos are posted every Wednesday at 2pm.

Contact: 810-767-5437

Email: discovery@flintchildrensmuseum.org

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Flint Children's Museum

1602 University Ave, Flint, MI 48504

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Free parking next to the Flint Children’s Museum building, or in adjacent parking lot.

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