Virtual Playdates: Holding Hands

Jun 17, 10:00 AM–11:00 AM

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Ticket Price: Free

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Add to Calendar 6/17/2020 10:00 AM 6/17/2020 11:00 AM America/Chicago Virtual Playdates: Holding Hands

Cultivate, nurture, and inspire creativity in toddlers ages 2-4 through stories, self-paced art demonstration, movement, and music. We invite you to “meet” us in our virtual zoom room and be thinking about expressive hand gestures!!  
 

Free!

Make your own homemade air-dry play clay: 
Ingredients
1 cup of Flour
½ cup salt
2 tsp cream of tartar
1 cup water
2 Tbsp oil
Food coloring
Scented oils (optional)

Instructions
1) Combine dry ingredients in a medium saucepan and stir. 
2) Combine water, oil, and food coloring in a separate bowl and stir.
3) Add the wet ingredients to dry the ingredients. 
4) Cook over medium heat until dough forms a ball.

Tips: 
Store your clay in an airtight container to keep it pliable until ready to use.
This recipe can be cut in half if you want to make two different colors of play clay.

Family Programs have been generously underwritten by grants from the Charity Ball Association and the Faye L. and William L. Cowden Charitable Foundation. 

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Cultivate, nurture, and inspire creativity in toddlers ages 2-4 through stories, self-paced art demonstration, movement, and music. We invite you to “meet” us in our virtual zoom room and be thinking about expressive hand gestures!!  
 

Free!

Make your own homemade air-dry play clay: 
Ingredients
1 cup of Flour
½ cup salt
2 tsp cream of tartar
1 cup water
2 Tbsp oil
Food coloring
Scented oils (optional)

Instructions
1) Combine dry ingredients in a medium saucepan and stir. 
2) Combine water, oil, and food coloring in a separate bowl and stir.
3) Add the wet ingredients to dry the ingredients. 
4) Cook over medium heat until dough forms a ball.

Tips: 
Store your clay in an airtight container to keep it pliable until ready to use.
This recipe can be cut in half if you want to make two different colors of play clay.

Family Programs have been generously underwritten by grants from the Charity Ball Association and the Faye L. and William L. Cowden Charitable Foundation. 

While SAMA’s doors have opened, we are committed to keeping the safety of our community in mind and will continue offering virtual programs for our visitors. 

Playdates is designed for toddlers, ages 2-4, and their caregivers. By registering, you understand that you will only be allowed to participate if you are the caregiver of a child aged 2 to 4 years old and the child is present, and no other participants are allowed.  To ensure an optimum environment for our littlest learners, the program is restricted to toddler-aged children only.  A maximum of 2 adult caregivers are allowed per child.  Please note that the host will conduct a brief introduction at the beginning of the program to ensure that we all zoom responsibly.

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