New York City Children’s Theater and Improbable Stage present WEDNESDAY WORDS: a fun opportunity for parents and educators to collaborate with their kids, exploring where imagination meets the physical world, and even accumulating into a mini theatrical piece!
This December we read and explored four winter stories! Let’s explore them even more! See if you can find all of the items listed below each book.
Do like…you! Join us for part of a story and an activity with teaching artist Eric!
Getting ready to ring in the new year? Make this New Year’s Eve clock with your little one and you’ll be set to countdown until midnight on Friday!
What happens after the snow falls? Join us for part of a story and an activity with teaching artist Zeynep!
Charles and Boggan travel through the snow to find a wish tree – and today we invite you to design your own sled inspired by the book The Wish Tree! Then read part of the story and sing a winter song with Adam!
Close your eyes and make a wish! Join us for a story and an activity with teaching artist Sindy!
Every artist paints a snowman in their own special way, and today we’re inviting you to color in your own snowman! Plus, make a plastic spoon snowman with us!
What’s your favorite thing to do in the snow? Join us for part of a story and an activity with teaching artist Bekah!
One snowy morning, Peter puts on his snowsuit and explores his neighborhood! Today, we’re inviting you to draw your favorite snowy day activity and to make a popsicle stick snowflake with us!
La-di-da-di-da-di-daaaaaa! Whishhhh… What’s your winter song?
In the book Goodbye Autumn, Hello Winter, our main character sees the North Star on their walk! Today we’re making our own starry scene with the north star right in the center.
Did you know that different artists can make the same item differently? In this week’s Creative Clubhouse Stories, we’ll be exploring the book If Picasso Painted a Snowman and seeing how some famous artists would paint their snowman! Let’s get started today by creating our own plastic spoon snowman!
To get ready for The Storm Whale in Winter, Caitlyn wants to sing a song with you! It’s a song you may know, Row, Row, Row Your Boat, but with a fun new winter twist!
Caitlyn loves to play in the snow – don’t you? But how can you play in the snow when there’s none on the ground yet?