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Digging Up Happiness

Messy, muddy play was something I loved as a kid growing up in Texas. Anytime it would rain, my backyard would flood and I would play in puddles, make mud pies and set leaf boats floating around the swampy yard. Getting dirty is an important part of developmental play and a significant sensory activity for kids of all ages. Studies show it might even make us feel happy!

 

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Audrey Gaudette, Gallery Programs Coordinator at Kidspace, is a graduate from University of La Verne. Coming from a maker-space background, the learning environment she is most excited about is Imagination Workshop.

Virtual Story Time: The Word Collector

 

 

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Audrey Gaudette, Gallery Programs Coordinator at Kidspace, is a graduate from University of La Verne. Coming from a maker-space background, the learning environment she is most excited about is Imagination Workshop.

Virtual Story Time: Interstellar Cinderella

 

 

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Audrey Gaudette, Gallery Programs Coordinator at Kidspace, is a graduate from University of La Verne. Coming from a maker-space background, the learning environment she is most excited about is Imagination Workshop.

Planting with Kitchen Scraps

 

In this uncertain time, I am taking a lot of solace in my small, although comforting, indoor garden. I live in an apartment without a balcony, so all my many plants are inside with me. But my true gardening love is to tend to vegetables and fruits and herbs, which I did often as a kid growing up. So now, with the insecurity surrounding going to the grocery store, I wanted to explore some easy ways to re-grow scraps from our kitchen in materials we have available!

 

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Audrey Gaudette, Gallery Programs Coordinator at Kidspace, is a graduate from University of La Verne. Coming from a maker-space background, the learning environment she is most excited about is Imagination Workshop.

Ask Kidspace! - What's Your Favorite Exhibit? Winner!

 

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Audrey Gaudette, Gallery Programs Coordinator at Kidspace, is a graduate from University of La Verne. Coming from a maker-space background, the learning environment she is most excited about is Imagination Workshop.

Spooky Fun at Kidspace

 

Our Monthly Projects are getting a Spooktacular Makeover in honor of our new event! Spooktacular: Monster Mash!

 

At Spooktacular, you'll get to meet your Ghost Host and encounter fun and frightful characters as you search for candy and other treats. Don’t forget to bring your own costume and treat bag!

 

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Audrey Gaudette, Gallery Programs Coordinator at Kidspace, is a graduate from University of La Verne. Coming from a maker-space background, the learning environment she is most excited about is Imagination Workshop.

Ask Kidspace! What's Your Favorite Exhibit?

 

 

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Audrey Gaudette, Gallery Programs Coordinator at Kidspace, is a graduate from University of La Verne. Coming from a maker-space background, the learning environment she is most excited about is Imagination Workshop.

Bring Your Imagination!

Our goal throughout all of Kidspace, but especially in Imagination Workshop, is to encourage new ways of problem solving. We also use this space to encourage a safe environment to fail. The Workshop is a great place for caregivers to see their child's thought process in action! As the name suggests, we are thrilled by the imagination that walks through our doors.

 

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Audrey Gaudette, Gallery Programs Coordinator at Kidspace, is a graduate from University of La Verne. Coming from a maker-space background, the learning environment she is most excited about is Imagination Workshop.

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