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16 Feb 2019, 10:30 - 23 Feb 2019, 15:30
2.50

February Half Term

16th – 23rd February (excluding Sundays)

Join us for a week of wonder as we explore the Earth\’s environments through arts and crafts. We will be making clay volcanoes, marbled moonlight scenes and Ice Cave Carry Lanterns.

£2.50, under 2\’s free | Drop-In

Designed for ages 3+. but all are welcome

Daily Activities

Saturday 16th: Clay Volcanoes – Craft a volcano out of clay, with a hidden jar inside for you to use as a storage pot, or test out your science skills and make fizzing lava at home to extend this activity!

Monday 18th: Clay Volcanoes

Tuesday 19th: Clay Volcanoes

Wednesday 20th: Ice Cave Carry Lantern – Get into the spirit of recycling and transform a plastic milk bottle into a creatively cool carry lantern. Battery operated tea light is included in this activity.

Thursday 21st: Ice Cave Carry Lantern

Friday 22nd: Marbled Moonlight Silhouette Scenes – Make your own marbled paper to create a stunning sun setting skyline and cut out silhouette scenes to layer on top.

Saturday 23rd: Marbled Moonlight Silhouette Scenes

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum (CV1 5QP)
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