At San Diego Children's Discovery Museum (SDCDM), we offer a variety of Daily Programs, free with admission each day! This includes a twice daily storytime that caters to children of all ages at 11 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., and a developmentally appropriate, self-guided activity as a supplement to the story. Each week is a different story and activity and each month alternates between nature and world culture themes. This month, January 2018, is all about “Things with Wings” for our Outdoor Explorer series!
As a former educator for Audubon, a bird conservation organization, animals with wings are a favorite of mine. When we think of animals with wings, we usually think of birds, but they’re not the only ones with wings! Bats, insects, and other bugs have wings as well. And just because an animal has wings does not mean it can fly! Join us for storytime this January and learn all about our feathered, furry, flighty, and flightless friends!
Elyssa Scheck earned a BA in Biology and Environmental Studies and has an MS in Wildlife Conservation. Science education is a passion of hers and she has been working in this field for a number of years. She is very excited to be able to share these activities with the SDCDM community and go on a great winged adventure together!