Design Tales is a free literacy-based design program for pre-school children and their caregivers that incorporates storytelling, design vocabulary, and hands-on activities.
Join us as we explore design basics for preschoolers between the ages of 2 – 5. Caregivers are invited to participate in interactive reading sessions that focus on design based books. These sessions will engage your littlest designers in visualization, creative play and inspire hands-on activities lead by a museum educator.
The program is full. Can I still get in?
Reservations are required to guarantee participation in Design Tales, and we do not keep a waitlist. Occasionally, however, reserved participants cannot attend the event, and there may be room in the program on the day of the scheduled event. If you were unable to reserve a spot, please arrive to the event location five minutes early and speak with our educators about joining. Please keep in mind that drop-ins are only accepted if space is permitting.
Reserved participants late arrival
Participants may be turned away if they arrive more than 10 minutes after the start of the program, even if they have a reservation.
When are programs posted for reservations?
Tickets to upcoming programs will be released two weeks at a time.
Target Design Tales with Jonathan Kruk will be held at the museum once a month.
Imagination Playground will be held at the museum once a month.