Local toddlers explore the sound of music


29th October 2018

Local toddlers will have the chance to become little musicians during brand new activities in Dundee this week.

As part of its Early Explorers programme, Dundee Science Centre is inviting children aged three to five years old to take part in a number of fun, hands-on activities and games linked to music on Thursday 1 and Friday 2 November 2018. 

The ‘Little Musicians’ activities will complement the highly interactive ‘Music Mayhem exhibition’ which will continue to welcome visitors until Sunday 4 November 2018.

Amanda Dobrowski, STEM Learning Officer said, “Little Musicians promises to be a fantastic activity for our younger visitors.  We’ll be helping them explore why sound is important, and how we make different sounds, while also inviting them to make an instrument of their own!  The focus is very much on fun but, as with all Early Explorers events, there are also endless social benefits to these activities, with toddlers developing their social skills, self-awareness and critical thinking.”

Early Explorer events are open to both organised groups and the general public, with two sessions per day - from 9.30-11am and 1-2.30pm.  Cost per child is £4.50, with one adult free of charge. The price includes a healthy snack and time to explore the exhibition floor after the session.   Siblings under the age of three can enjoy a snack for £2.50.  All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. 

PRE-BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL. For more information and to secure a place, please visit www.dundeesciencecentre.org.uk.

Nursery / other groups wishing to  book a slot should contact learning@dundeesciencecentre.org.uk, or telephone (01382) 228800.

Dundee Science Centre

Dundee Science Centre is a charity and lifelong learning resource for the community.

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