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We're closed 20, 25 and 26 Dec. Our Puppet Theatre is being refurbished from 16 to 18 Dec.

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Scitech’s Early Childhood Program, Albany Library

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Experience Scitech on your doorstep with this unique travelling program. Play with shadows and light, create sounds, identifying smells, investigate invertebrates and more! The program fosters young children’s natural curiosity and encourages them to ask why, how and what if?

Supported by the latest neuroscience research into early brain development, the program provides a safe, exciting and interactive environment for children to
engage in self-initiated play.

This encourages adults and young children to play, explore and discover together. The program is divided up into four learning areas that children can explore at their own pace.

  • Light
  • Push and Pull
  • Living Things
  • Sound

Daily tickets allow access for 2-hour duration of the program, come and go as you please!

Event Details

  • Date
    Tuesday 10 - Friday 13, December, 2019
  • Time
    1pm to 3pm
  • Location
    Albany Library. 221 York St, Albany
  • Price
    $6 per child
  • Age
    0 - 4 years
  • Name
    Scitech’s Early Childhood Program, Albany Library

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