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Habitot Children's Museum

Habitot Children's Museum
2065 Kittredge Street
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 647-1111

Classes & Camps
Fall Morning Classes   butterfly
New teachers, new days, and new activities!

• Monday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday
• 10:00 - 10:30 am

• $6 Drop-in ticket (purchase at front desk by 9:55 am)
• 10-class passes $50 (a $10 savings!)
• Class passes do not expire.

• For children age 12 months and up
• Parent or caregiver participation required in all classes.

For more info, call: 510-647-1111 x 17
African Music, Drumming and Dance with Jiji la Watoto
Mondays, 10:00 - 10:30 am

Jiji la Watoto class
Join Annette and Catherine from "Jiji la watoto" in this active class exploring the stories and songs of Africa through music, dance and song. Children will develop rhythmic awareness, coordination and balance through dancing, drumming and singing. Learning Swahili words and playing percussion instruments from Africa add to the fun!

NOTE: Just one session of this popular class will be offered this fall. Class size limited to 15 children on a first come, first served basis.

Preschool Blues - Josh Baxter

Parent & Me Música Class with Viva el Español
Session I: Wednesdays, 10:00 - 10:30 am
Session II: Wednesdays, 10:45 - 11:15 am
Viva Espanol class

Join experienced Spanish-English singers and teachers from Viva el Español in a bilingual music experience that will help children learn two languages while singing songs and playing games. Toddlers will move to a Latin beat, sing along in Spanish and play drums, bells, maracas, rainmakers, rhythm sticks and more! Interactive program uses a full immersion approach. Class limited to 10 parent/child pairs per class.

Tot Art with a Twist!
Thursdays, 10:00 - 10:30 am
Tot Art with a Twist

Teacher Rachel will lead Habitot’s popular Tot Art class that incorporates early math and science activities into hands-on, sensory art activities. Children will explore a variety of art materials and media — including clay, collage, recycled objects and painting and practice counting, sorting, understanding volume and identifying patterns and shapes.

Breakfast Club Cooking Class
Fridays, 10:00 - 10:30 am
Breakfast Club

Rise and shine! In this participatory cooking class with Teacher Naomi, children will learn how to make nutritious and easy recipes for breakfast, the most important meal of the day. Young cooks will learn to crack eggs, mix ingredients into batter, and cook up savory creations like omelets and frittatas, pancakes, waffles, granolas and much more. Every child will take home a copy of each week’s recipe.

Spring Break Camp leave

December 20-23 & 27-31
9:15 am - 1:00 pm

Register for one day or all nine!

• ages 3 to 5
• $30 per day; $240 for all 9 days
• Parent participation NOT required
• Sidewalk Drop-off & Pick-up Service Available
• Brownbag lunch

Drop-off children at Habitot's classroom annex for hands-on play and learning celebrating winter!

           • Make real snow
           • Create ice ballons
           • Build sugar snow castles
           • Bake gingerbread cookies
           • Build an igloo
           • Dance like a snowflake in a winter wonderland parade

An experienced Habitot instructor will lead children 3-5 years old in exploring winter-themed art, science, music, movement, and cooking activities (daily snack included) - something different every day!

Classes limited to 12 students.

For more information, inquire at the time of registration.

Register Today: 510-647-1111 x 14

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