The Barney Library's Pre-school Story hour had a circus theme for three, four and five year olds as part of its first session. In addition to enjoying stories, children marched in a circus parade and pretended they were trained seals doing balancing tricks. Each child made a pop-up clown with a cup, wooden stick, paper, stickers, markers and glue, which they proudly demonstrated while they were using the children's computers. Here's to our budding artists!
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