"Butterflies" — A Puppetry Workshop Presented by the Center for Puppetry Arts

grades K-2

Small Group Class

‐ Live online instruction
‐ Average of 9 students/class
‐ Tailored to the students’ needs

**** ( total)

Description

The Center for Puppetry Arts cordially invites you to a special puppetry workshop!

Learn about the lifecycle of a butterfly, what makes a butterfly an insect, and coloring and camouflage through this interactive class. You'll also have the opportunity to make your own butterfly rod puppet. This is a great arts and science lesson rolled into one class!

About Small Group Classes

Led by an expert instructor, Small Group Classes maximize your learning experience with:

Small Class Sizes
Typical class sizes of 6-9 students allows the instructor to give individualized attention to each student.

Structured Curriculum, Customized Learning
Each class follows a custom learning plan where content and pacing is tailored to the needs of the students.

Collaborative Experiences
Student-to-student collaboration and discussion fosters deeper learning and encourages social interactions.

Class Details

This class is currently full.

More dates and times added regularly. Check back soon.

You might also like: