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Tiny Tots
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Venue : Australian Museum
1 William Street

Tiny Tots Our fun, educational 'Tiny Tots' programs are designed especially for children aged 9 months to 3 years (if your kids are slightly older try our Mini Explorers program). Parents and toddlers are guided through movement songs and finger plays followed by discovery play with hands-on natural resources and sensory tubs. They're held in an exclusive space and numbers are limited. Science and nature themes differ each month. Age: Children 9 months – 3 years with adult Date: Every Friday during Term (3, 10, 17, 24 February; 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 March; 7, 28 April) Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Cost: $12 for Non-Nember Child and $10 for Member Child. Adults free after General Admission which is included in selected ticket prices for Tiny Tots.  Meeting Point: Kidspace, Level 2. AM staff will then escort group to Gerada Room on Level 1 (opposite toilets) at 10:30 AM. If you arrive late to a session then please head straight to Gerada Room on Level 1 and knock on the door. Special Notes:  Online bookings only. Unsold tickets will be available at the admissions desk on the day, however, there is no guarantee of availability. No refunds. Any date transfers need to be notified at least 72 hours before event. Changes are made at AM staff discretion. Kids at the AM mailbox will be checked weekly kids@austmus.gov.au. For any urgent matters phone the AM on 02 9320 6000. Simply show AM Security staff at Admissions your Tiny Tots ticket to skip the queue.  Parents are required to participate in the sessions with their children. MAY: Eyes in the Dark - Day and Night with Nocturnal Animals  Explore and discover the science of day and night looking at light and colour. Make shadow puppets and play with light toys. Discover what creatures come out at night and their adaptations such as large owl eyes, whiskers on possums and large micro-bat ears. Uncover the mysteries of the night!  JUNE – ICE ICE BABY! Children will explore the science of hot and cold with animals adapted to extreme environments such as Australia's red centre and icy Antarctica. Sensory red sand and water and ice tubs will provide children with hands-on play experiences.  JULY – ANIMAL HOMES We celebrate National Tree Day this month and will Discover which animals use hollows as homes. Children will discover first builders, such as termites, and the science of strong shapes. AUGUST – FARMYARD FRIENDS 2017 is International Year of ‘Future Science’ which explores food, water and energy for all. Children will explore native bush foods, water filtration and farm play.
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