Ages: 3 years and up
Fee: $10.00 per child, adults free
Sunday, June 4, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Misty Meadows will be conducting a story hour beginning the first Sunday of each month beginning June 4. from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Each program will concentrate on the Habitats of Misty Meadows. The word “Habitat” is probably the most difficult word for children to understand. In simple terms, it is a place where an animal, plant or insect lives. In Each program children will listen to a story at a new habitat in a woodland setting. After our story we will explore the habitat and make a craft using natural materials only and some glue. Each session children will have juice and cookies.
"A World at your feet!" By Ruth Wicking
Today the children will hear a story about the forest floor. It is a special habitat because this is where, salamanders and the tiny spring peeper frog spends their summer. After our story we’ll explore the tiny creatures that live there with magnifying glasses, search for turkey tails (a fungus) and make a forest floor terrarium to take home. Snack and cookies end the day