The human body is the original instrument. You always have your body with you, anywhere and anytime you want to make music. There are many body music techniques to play with, and many creative activities. Join Mr. Ryan as he guides you through the basic techniques of how to use your body as a percussion instrument.
Students learn all about the barn owl’s adaptations and food webs. Students participate in an interactive discussion to explore different adaptations that help the barn owl be an excellent nocturnal predator. Students work in pairs to dissect real barn owl pellets, and use tools to remove, sort and identify the skulls/bones inside of the pellet.
Have you ever wondered what’s inside all of those machines and gadgets around your house? There’s really only one way to find out. Grab a screwdriver and let’s explore! Attendance limited to the first 20 participants. For ages 8-12.
It’s International Batman Day and we’re celebrating by learning to draw the Caped Crusader’s bat symbol in this step-by-step drawing class. Attendance limited to the first 20 participants. For ages 8-12.