July 7, 2020
Friends! I am so excited to announce a new partnership that has been in the works for a while with our friends at the Museum of the City of New York. If you have been to this institution, then you know how special it is. From street photography to activism to urban planning and everything in between (I’m looking at you, Basketball!), MCNY displays the most beautiful and comprehensive exhibitions about the most interesting, compelling aspects of New York City.
In an effort to attract families with younger kids to the museum, MCNY came to me looking for engaging ways to do it. As much of the country is on hold right now, so are the major initiatives of the partnership, but there was one thing we could do remotely…produce videos to entertain your kiddos at home!
The first video in the series, launching July 15th, is called Frozen Treats, City Streets, and it’s about exactly that…the history of ice cream and New York City! I’ll be showing you how to make three ice-cream crafts, and the education department from the museum will join in with some facts and info that will most definitively entertain your kids! It’s free but registration is encouraged!
The following three will launch on July 22, 29, and August 5th. Stay tuned for more details about those coming soon!
July 7, 2020| Early Elementary, Everyday Crafts, Older Elementary, Toys, Unplugged Time, Upcycled