Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 10:30 am

Offered Wednesday mornings during the school year –except Christmas and Spring Breaks. 

Wee Discover is held Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. at Curious Kids’ Museum for preschoolers based on the concepts of “Mother Goose Science” for young children. The program helps children discover the world around them by linking reading a different story each week with hands-on learning play experiences about different themes. Children exercise body motion, hand-eye coordination, and grasp how the many things in the world around us really work by experiencing them. Parents enjoy sharing this experience with their children and meeting other parents. These fun programs are free with memberships or paid admission. Wee Discover is not held during Christmas Vacation or Spring Break. Free with CKM admission or Membership.

April 10 The Honeybee and the Robber by Eric Carle- Honeybee activities

April 17 Pooh’s Easter Egg Hunt by Isabel Gaines- Easter Egg hunt

April 24 The Hair Book by Graham Tether- Hair and make up

May 1 Splish, Splash, Spring by Jan Carr Spring- flowers

May 8 We’re Making Breakfast for Mother by Shirley Neitzel- Come hungry

May 15 Little Critter Astronaut by Mercer Mayer- Jet packs and rocket ships

May 22 If You Give a Cat a Cupcake by Laura Numeroff- Beach collage


Curious Kids' Museum
415 Lake Boulevard
Saint Joseph,


Cost: Free with memberships or paid admission
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Curious Kids Museum
Organization: Curious Kids Museum
Organizer Phone: (269) 983-2543
Organizer Email: Not Provided


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