Are you Sitting Comfortably? Storytime Sundays Head to Dundee
Published on 13 September 2016
Brand new Storytime Sundays are coming to Dundee, bringing stories to life with props and activities.
Aimed at an Early Years audience (age three to five), Storytime Sundays will take place in a cosy storytime area in Dundee Science Centre from Sunday 18 September 2016 through to the end of January (10am until 2pm).
Each story is accompanied by a jam-packed story sack brought to life with props such as animal masks and finger puppets, read by a Science Communicator wearing the special Storytime Science cape.
Aisha Schofield, Exhibitions and Community Engagement Officer said, “As the days get a little cooler and families look for things to do indoors, we’re inviting parents and carers to settle down with their inquisitive little bookworms and find out where the story takes them! Of course, reading isn’t just about sitting quietly so we’ve got lots of props to bring the stories to life and stretch their imaginations.”
By purchasing a ‘Storytime Sunday Special’, visitors can come along every Sunday until the end of the year, allowing them access to both the Little Building Site, Storytime Sundays and the rest of Dundee Science Centre. The pass costs £6.50 per child aged 4 and above, with under 4s free of charge, adults £8.50 and concessions £7.50.
Dundee Science Centre is open daily from 10am-5pm. For further information, please telephone 01382 228800 or visit www.dundeesciencecentre.org.uk.