INQUISITIVE young minds will have a chance to satisfy their curiosity as part of a special program at the Leeton library.
Budding young scientists in the shire have the opportunity to participate in an exciting new program hosted by library, getting underway next month.
The Little Bang Discovery Club is a four-session, hands-on program specially developed for preschoolers aged three to five years.
The program recognizes that young children are natural scientists, inquisitive and curious, and keen to learn and discover the world around them.
Each program session encourages children to make their own discoveries through observation, investigation and experimentation.
The program concludes in session four with a graduation ceremony for the junior discoverers.
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First developed by Children's Discovery, this program has enjoyed big success and has been delivered by libraries across Australian reaching over 2000 children.
"The library team is very happy to be offering this quality STEM-based program to young people in Leeton," library manager Terry O'Keefe said.
"Staff have attended specialized training and have been practicing all the fun experiments to be prepared to assist the children and parents on their discovery journey."
Little Bang Discovery Club will start on Monday, February 1 from 10.30am to 11.30am.
Parents are expected to commit to attend for each of the four sessions.
Bookings are essential to ensure there is enough experiment equipment for each attending child.
Contact Zoey at the library on 6953 0962 for more information or to make a booking.