Preschool programs at America’s Car Museum encourage your child’s curiosity and imagination. Geared to ages 3-5, this program includes the following three activities:
Storytime & Art – 30 minutes
A museum educator will read a book such as If I Built a Car by Chris Van Dusen and then encourage students to use a variety of materials to illustrate what it would look like if they built a car.
Family Zone Exploration – 30 minutes
This is a space where kids of all ages can play and engage with hands-on activities that include racing a pinewood derby car down a track, “driving” a 1920s Dodge and taking a toy car on a road trip across an oversized map of the United States.
Guided Tour OR Self-Guided Exploration
|GUIDED TOUR – 30 MINUTES
This condensed tour will cover approximately ¼ of the Museum’s galleries. A museum educator will encourage children to identify design features of various shapes and colors as well as compare and contrast old and new cars.
|SELF-GUIDED EXPLORATION – 30-60 MINUTES
Small groups of children with an assigned adult will explore the Museum at their own pace using an age-appropriate scavenger hunt as their guide.
Program themes may also be customized to meet your group’s learning objectives.
- $6 per participant.
- One adult chaperone for every 5 children will be admitted to the Museum for free to assist with supervision.
- A minimum of 10 children is required. Preschool programs can accommodate up to a maximum of 40 children.
Allow at least 2 hours for preschool programs to provide adequate time for check-in and an optional snack break. Reservations must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.
Contact: Education Department – firstname.lastname@example.org | 253.683.3978