The Sequim branch of the North Olympic Library System hosts Junior Science Explorers, starting at noon on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 630 N. Sequim Ave.
Designed for children ages 4-6 and their caregivers, Junior Science Explorers introduces children to the lives of local forest animals.
“Nurture your child’s natural sense of adventure and curiosity, encourage your child to be a persistent problem solver, and introduce your child to basic elements of scientific reasoning with preschool and primary science activities,” program organizers say.
Activity stations include:
• Match the real life fur, claws, and horns to the animal
• Make and fly birds in a wind tunnel
• Guess the animal scenario from the real life clues
• See how salmon swim with a stream table
• Create rain and watersheds with an AR Sandbox
• Make animal tracks
• Search and find the camouflaged animals
• Decorate a tree round pendant to take home
This program is supported by the Friends of Sequim Library.