Onsite Programs: Pre-School
National Museum of Wildlife Art (Approximately 45 minutes)
Children follow a trail of animal tracks through the Museum learning about animals and art as they go. Select either the general animal tracking tour to learn about four different animals or the specific animal tour to focus on one animal (bear, wolf, bison, or mountain lion). The activity ends with time in the Children’s Gallery and the creation of a track rubbing.
This program supports the Wyoming Department of Education’s Early Childhood Readiness Standards for Language: Listening and Understanding; Social Emotional Development: self concept, self control, pro-social behavior; Approaches to Learning: engagement and persistence; Mathematics: geometry and spatial sense, patterns, and measurements; Physical Health and Development: fine motor skills; and Creative Arts.
Young at Art
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WILDLIFE ART (APPROXIMATELY 45 MINUTES)
Art classes focusing on the simple art concepts of color, shape, texture, and line. Children will learn about art and animals by looking at works in the Museum galleries and doing fun, hands-on activities, while socializing with their peer group.
For more information about these programs contact:
Grace Davis, Associate Curator of Education & Exhibits