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Family Activities for T.rex - the Killer Question

Family Activities for T.rex - the Killer Question

26th May 2010

There is a programme of drop-in children’s workshops taking place during half term for T.rex – the Killer Question, and the summer holidays as well as family activities on several Saturdays throughout the summer. All events have a small charge, but are free for under 5s and for adults accompanying children.

There is an admission charge for the exhibition. Find out more about the T.rex – the Killer Question exhibition and how to book a ticket on the events page.

 
Monday 31st May  11am – 4pm
Design a scary or friendly pop-up dinosaur card (AV Room, Gas Hall) – £1.50 per child (under 5s and adults – free of charge.) 
 
Tuesday 1st June  11am – 4pm
 Make a flying Pteradon that will sit on the side of a glass! (AV Room, Gas Hall) - £1.50 per child (under 5s and adults – free of charge.)
 
Wednesday 2nd June  11am – 4pm
Join popular artist Anne Brierley for a fun dinosaur art workshop (AV Room, Gas Hall) - £1.50 per child (under 5s and adults – free of charge.)
 
Thursday 3rd June  11am – 4pm
Create a dynamic dinosaur collage, using a variety of bright and fun materials! (AV Room, Gas Hall) - £1.50 per child (under 5s and adults – free of charge.)
               
Friday 4th June  11am – 4pm
Make a funky foam dinosaur-shaped door hanger (AV Room, Gas Hall) - £1.50 per child (under 5s and adults free of charge)
 
The programme is subject to change and activities are offered on an informal drop-in basis for families. Please note that we cannot accommodate large organised groups at these sessions. For group activities and current charges please contact either Rachael Saice or Lin Osborne.

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