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Early Childhood Program: Junior Activists—You Can Do It!

Dates Available: This program is offered through April 13, 2018.

Age Range: This program is designed for children ages 4–6.

Minimum Group Number: 10 children

Maximum Group Number: 40 children

Gallery Visited:   #1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis

Program Duration: 75–90 minutes

Description
During this program, children ages 4–6 will be introduced to the concepts of civil rights and activism in our special exhibition #1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis. Children will engage in interactive storytelling and discussion, make a craft project, and learn songs from the civil rights movement. The books featured in this program are:

  • This Is the Dream by Diane Z. Shore and Jessica Alexander 
  • Change the World Before Bedtime by Mark Kimball Moulton, Josh Chalmers, and Karen Good
  • Painting for Peace in Ferguson by Carol Swartout Klein

Note that portions of the activities may be cut out if your group arrives late. 


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Program Modifications
We understand that there are many factors that may cause your bus to be late. However, due to other group reservations and the schedules of our museum educators, we can't extend the length of your visit past your reservation time. If you arrive late, we'll do our best to still deliver the program you reserved; however, modifications may be necessary depending on your arrival time. For groups that are excessively late, significant changes to your program will be necessary.

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