Little kids can explore the giant creatures at Cheekwood (pictured above) and a whole lot more in July. We’ve rounded up our top picks for the youngest in your clan.
Preschoolers and parents can explore hands-on art activities each week, and they’ll have lots of fun this month experiencing the giant critters in the Cracking Art installation.
Harvest Martial Arts, Franklin
Ages 3 – 6 can take a trial class tapping basic motor movements, flexibility, self-control and character qualities. Call ahead to reserve a spot.
Mansker’s Station, Goodlettsville
Thursdays, July 5, 12 & 19
This free preschool program covers fun topics like bees and honey (July 5), bears (July 12) and sharing love (July 19).
Little Art House, Nashville
Thursday, July 19
Ages 1 – 6 can participate in this art education class that folds in behavior therapy with a focus on social communication.
The Wilderness Station, Murfreesboro
Thursdays, July 19 & 26
Ages 1 and older can make a date with Mother Nature! They can have fun building forts, playing in water, climbing, crawling and getting dirty with objects found in nature.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville
Saturday, July 21
Ages 3 – 5 can explore Shel Silverstein’s A Giraffe and a Half along with songs and crafts.