Sunday Stories: Kindness Zone
Early learners ages 2-5 and their grownups are invited to join museum educators for Sunday Stories.
Designed for our youngest visitors, Sunday Stories is a monthly themed story hour where kids can read, sing, play, and learn about history and the world around them.
Each session is led by a dedicated educator who takes special care to select stories that represent a variety of experiences and perspectives. Sunday Stories supports early literacy skills, contributes to social emotional learning, and builds empathy. Kids will leave learning more about themselves and their neighbors!
This month, Sunday Stories will be all about kindness. The two books of focus are “Kindness Makes Us Strong” by Sophie Beer and “The Mixed-up Chameleon” by Eric Carle.
In the words of Mister Rogers, “We speak with more than our mouths. We listen with more than our ears.” Reading stories and talking together are how we connect with our community, so come listen, play, and learn at the History Center.
Access to Sunday Stories is included with regular museum admission. The program will take place on the museum’s fourth floor in the Community Kindness Garden.