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Classes

Led by educators with Master’s degrees in Early Childhood Education and facilitated by college students pursuing the arts, Kids Club is designed to ensure that kids are engaged, active, and getting the most out of their summer. The groups are kept small—each has a 4:1 child to Museum Educator ratio—to …

Designed with the Museum’s younger fans in mind, this early learner drop-off program fosters self-confidence in 2-year-olds as they gain autonomy in a safe, stimulating, and structured environment. Led by educators with Master’s degrees in Early Childhood Education, kids will develop a sense of individuality and independence through games, songs, …

The Children’s Museum and Amber Waves Farm are delighted to partner this summer on Farm Club! Meeting Monday – Friday at the Farm, this drop-off program introduces kids to East End agriculture through a combination of hands-on experiences—feeding chickens, collecting eggs, and tending crops in the field—plus creative play and educational enrichment. …

It’s never too early to learn about farming! During this weekly class, kids (and their caregivers) will join Museum and Amber Waves educators for a program designed for young learners eager to explore the ins and outs of a working East End farm! Through a combination of songs, stories, crafts, …

From Monday, July 1 to Friday, August 30, join founder & director Aaron Goldschmidt and Shine’s Hamptons’ staff (all educators or certified teachers!) as they run the fifth year of their innovative creative arts camp celebrating all things East End! Camp day activities include outdoor science and exploration, summer art …

We’re excited to partner with Bridge Gardens and the Peconic Land Trust again this summer for “In the Garden”! During this farm-to-table program, children will be introduced to the plant life cycle and other basic elements of sustainable gardening. Each week, families will meet at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton where they will enjoy songs, stories, and work …

“In the Kitchen” is a fun, hands-on workshop designed to provide parents with fun, quality time with their child, as well as the opportunity to create delicious, healthy recipes. Using seasonal, organic produce generously donated by local farms, children practice a variety of fine motor skills such as mixing, measuring, …

This weekly family class is all about creative discovery and introducing children to basic visual concepts such as line, shape, color and texture. During each session, we’ll practice tearing, cutting, mixing, pouring, pinching and more as we make original pieces with varied media and everyday objects. Activities will include watercolor …

With the guidance of an experienced potter, these pottery classes for kids will help them explore the possibilities of working with clay. Using their hands and basic pottery tools, they’ll design, shape, and glaze a variety of different projects. Finished projects will be professionally fired in a kiln and kids …

♫ They say the neon lights are bright…on Broadway! ♫ This summer, we’re thrilled to welcome Broadway Bees to the Museum! Each week, toddlers (and their caregivers) will enjoy a little taste of musical theatre as we explore our favorite show tunes using props, instruments, games, and interactive stories. Ages: 18 – 36 months …

This weekly afternoon “drop-off” program provides both creative and social opportunities for 3- to 5-year-olds as they explore art techniques through personal and collaborative projects. Using visual language to help familiarize children with the names of colors and shapes, the classes are designed specifically for those about to enter school…allowing …

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