Select Wednesdays, 9:30am

Wiggle Wednesdays for Toddlers

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Center for Puppetry Arts

Ages 2-4 

The Center’s popular toddler programming moves to Wednesdays this season. Toddlers sing, move, and play with programming that encourages creativity. Each Wednesday features puppet-led storytelling, songs, movement, a craft, and a hands-on tour through our Worlds of Puppetry Museum. The program is designed to be developmentally appropriate for the littlest puppeteers-in-training.

October

November

October

Theme of the Month: Autumn/Fall

Location: World of Puppetry Museum Entrance

Duration: 1 Hour; 9:30AM | Oct 2,9,16,23,30

Puppeteer-Fit 
Dance to some fall tunes and play with colorful leaves during the movement portion of the day!

Toddler Trek
Join us on an interactive toddler trek looking for autumn colored puppets in the museum! Explore our autumn sensory bin, examine different types of fall leaves, and help us sort them into their many different colors.

Tale Time - Oct 2 & 9
We're Going on a Leaf Hunt by Steve Metzger and Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson

  

Gallery Craft
Create and color your very own leaf monster puppet!

Tale Time - Oct 16, 23 & 30
In the Middle of Fall by Kevin Henkes and Leaves by David Erza Stein

Gallery Craft
Leaves make the best decorations. Create and color your very own leaf turkey puppet!

 

November

Theme of the Month: Opposites

Location: World of Puppetry Museum Entrance

Duration: 1 Hour; 9:30AM

November 6, 13 & 20  - NOTE:  There will be NO Wiggle Wednesday on November 27.

Puppeteer-Fit
Move, play and learn about opposites with colorful scarves.

Toddler Trek
Join us on an interactive toddler trek and see our museum in a new way. Little explorers will search for opposites all over the galleries, play our matching opposites game, learn about opposite best friends Bert and Ernie on Sesame Street and show off their opposite skills with a parachute movement game. 

Tale Time
Where Is the Green Sheep by Mem Fox and Big Bear, Small Mouse by Karma Wilson & Jane Chapman

  

Gallery Craft
Is your toddler feeling happy or sad? They will create and decorate their very own happy/sad mask.