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Picture This! Action Mobiles

Picture This! Action Mobiles

December 6 @ 10:00 am - 10:45 am

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One event on December 6, 2020 at 10:00 am

One event on December 13, 2020 at 10:00 am

One event on December 25, 2020 at 10:00 am

Suggested Ages: All

FREE

Join the Jewish Museum for a virtual family tour and art-making experience inspired by its popular Picture This! series.

Discover powerful works of art in the exhibition We Fight to Build a Free World: An Exhibition by Jonathan Horowitz in a virtual tour with interactive activities, and design a colorful mobile with everyday sculptural materials depicting ways to work together as a community. Explore your creativity through this intimate and multi-faceted program focusing on striking works of art.

History @ Home

Learn about history in real-time with New-York Historical Society educators on Zoom. Lessons are content-based and inquiry-driven, featuring images and historical documents from the museum’s collections using shared PowerPoint presentations.

Grade levels vary by day with grades K-12. Themes include The People of New York, Exploring Black History and History of American Protest. Great lesson…

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Online Songs For Seeds

Join live, online, interactive early education music classes for babies through age 6. Sing, dance and play instruments along with other kids. Musician/teachers lead “travel” around the world as they reinforce shapes, colors, animals, numbers, counting and so much more.

Take unlimited classes three times a week for one monthly fee.

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Living History @ Home: Let’s Learn About Hanukkah

Learn more about the Jewish celebration Hanukkah. Join New-York Historical Society historical interpreters online to explore Hanukkah’s origins and history and how people observe the holiday in New York City and across America. Then, celebrate with a Festival of Lights activity.

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Hamilton Cast Read Alongs

Former Hamilton cast members read award-winning children’s books along with a discussion of the history behind the story led by Illinois History Teacher of the Year Keisha Rembert.

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