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Children’s Discovery Centre: School Holiday Prog.

CHILDREN’S DISCOVERY CENTRE
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAMME
FRIDAY 9 – SUNDAY 25 APRIL 2004

Auckland Museum has a cool place especially for kids.
It's wacky! It's weird! It's wonderful! It's our Discovery Centres – Weird & Wonderful and Treasures & Tales!
Check out what the Discovery Centres have in store for you these school holidays.
WORKSHOPS
Bookings essential. Please ring the Discovery Centre on 09 306 7077. $8/$5 for Dinomites.

JUNIOR: AGED 4-6 YEARS

Tues 13 April & Tues 20 April, 10.30am – 12 noon
Creating Sea Creatures
Use a variety of craft materials to create your own sea creature.

Wed 14 April, 10.30am – 12 noon
Ocean Fun
Explore the ocean through music and movement.

Wed 21 April, 10.30am – 12 noon
Ladybug Wind-chime
Make a happy ladybug who likes to swing in the breeze.

SENIOR: AGED 7-12 YEARS

Tues 13 April & Tues 20 April, 2pm – 3.30pm
Marine Metamorphosis

Wed 14 April, 2pm – 3.30pm
Marine Menagerie

Mon 20 April, 10.30am – 12 noon
Beady Mini-Beasts


10-MINUTE ACTIVITIES
Daily craft activities, which cost $2 or $1 for Dinomites. No need to book just pop into the Discovery Centres every day, from 10am – 12 noon and 1.30pm – 3pm.

Mon/Tues
- Ladybug crowns
- Pebble pendants

Tues/Fri
- Jiggly jellyfish
- Badge-making

Wed/Sat
- Crazy crabs
- Bead bracelets

Sun
- Spin and spiral art
- Anzac poppies

ANZAC DAY – SUNDAY 25 APRIL

Commemorate Anzac Day with a special Living Treasures Day of themed performances and activities. 12noon – 5pm.

For more information, call our kids holiday infoline on 09 306 7032 or visit our website www.aucklandmuseum.com.


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