StoryTime: Science, Crafts, Music and More at New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque
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StoryTime: Science, Crafts, Music and More

Tuesday Dec 10, 2019

1801 Mountain Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104

Phone: 841-2802
Website: Click to Visit




Kelly White

Phone: 505-841-2800
Website: Click to Visit

Ms. Sara tells stories and Dr. Misty presents a science demo with a hands-on science activity. Sing, dance, learn sign language and take museum mini-trips to exhibits. For ages 10 and under.

Winter Scene

Topic: Snow - Why does it snow?  Learn about the different phases of water: solid (snow), liquid, and gas.  Make and take a "snowball" launcher.

 Our Master Storyteller Ms. Sara will tell multiple stories followed by Dr. Misty's science demonstration related to the topic and then a hands-on science activity. Sing songs, dance, learn sign language, and take museum "field trips" to various exhibits.

Open to any ages under 10.  Parents are encouraged to stay and learn along with their children.

FREE with Museum admission.  No preregistration required. For more information contact