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Virtual Preschool: Storytime, The Little Lady and the Turkey

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

Nov 13 2020
Virtual Preschool: Storytime, The Little Lady and the Turkey

A dedicated program for resources and educational videos from the Flint Children’s Museum’s Educator. This is an open group for parents of kids ages 3-5 years.

Thanksgiving is almost upon us and Miss Andrea’s got the perfect story of being thankful- and you might even see Drumstick the turkey!

Episode #8 and other virtual preschool episodes go live on Facebook every Wednesday and Friday at 2:00pm. See this episode, past, and future episodes by searching for “FCM Virtual Preschool” and join the group!

ADMISSION INFO

A dedicated program for resources and educational videos from the Flint Children’s Museum’s Educator. This is an open group for parents of kids ages 3-5 years. The group is active Wednesday and Friday and is public for everyone to join, free of charge!

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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