Sherman Texas | July 15, 2018
The Sherman Museum is excited to announce that it will be conducting its annual Dino Academy children’s workshop series on July 25th, 26th, and 27th. The workshops are designed to complement the museum’s annual DINO DAYS exhibition. This year’s curriculum program will focus on Dino Facts vs. Fiction, as well as discussing a fairly new Dinosaur Discovery. July 25th and 26th classes are for ages 3-6. Students can choose to participate in either the 9:30-12:00 course on both days, the 1:00-3:30 course on both days, or switch it up depending on their personal summer schedules. Snacks will be provided, and at least one parent must attend with their student(s). The July 27th class is for ages 7-11 and runs from 10-3:30. Students must bring their sack lunch, and parents are not required to attend with their student(s). All students will receive a colorful Dino Academy T-shirt and an Academy diploma upon completion of the program.
Program activities include:
•Interactive guided tours of the current Dino Days exhibition
•Presentations teaching students about Dino Facts vs. Fiction
•Arts and Crafts sessions:
•Creating a Dinosaur
•Screenings of related videos or movies
“There is so much misinformation and myths surrounding dinosaurs, mainly because of popular films. The Academy is focused this year on myth busting and educating kids about real facts while having fun,” stated Museum Assistant Director, Natalie Bonner. The cost of the workshop is $40 per child. Space is limited to 30 children per session, and their spot is only reserved upon payment.
For class reservations please stop by the museum Wed.-Sat. 10am-4pm.