Summer workshops are still available at The Woodlands Children's Museum

Published 07/21/2014


MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas – There’s still time to reserve a spot in a summer workshop at The Woodlands Children’s Museum; and make the most of your child’s time off from school.

There are a variety of offerings that explore a range of subjects – from art and chemistry to biology and culture -- for ages 4 to 8. The deadline to enroll is Aug. 15.

While the “LEGO Frenzy Meets Righteous Robotiks” and “E.A.R.L.Y Robotiks” courses filled up right away, there are plenty of spots available in other workshops at the museum.

For 4-year olds, try “A Box of Ideas,” which explores the creative process around cardboard boxes or “Crazy about Critters” to learn about animal friends and nature.

Other options include “A Circus Life for Me,” “Crazy Art,” “Insects, Dinosaurs and Mammals,” “Princess and Pirate Play,” and “Kitchen Chemistry.”

Children ages 5 and 6 might want to check out “Crazy About Cultures” or “Art Around the World.” In “Mask Mania,” students will discover the art of making masks – and styles from different cultures and time periods.

For 7 and 8 year-olds, there’s “Shakin’ It Up With Shakespeare” and “A Taste of Texas.”

The “ARTrageous Workshops” allow children to explore a variety of media, techniques and ideas.

“We’ve created a full line-up of excitingly creative and educational workshops for the summer,” Angela Colton, executive director of The Woodlands Children’s Museum, said. “Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for children to explore art, culture and science.”

Located at 4775 W. Panther Creek Drive, Suite 280, in The Woodlands, 77381, the museum offers educational exhibits, a full calendar of exciting activities and a cool space for creative play for ages 7 and under during the summer.

To reserve a space and learn more about times and costs of workshops offered by The Woodlands Children’s Museum, visit the link provided below or call 281-465-0955.