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Kids Create is a monthly art program for school-aged children, designed to inspire creativity and an appreciation for the art of miniatures.

Now in its 12th year, our Kids Create Family Fun Program is an opportunity to get in on the fun of making miniatures. Kids Create takes place the 2nd Saturday of every month.

Each session registration includes a kit with most materials for that session. Basic crafting tools such as scissors are not included. You may wish to add additional materials of your own.

Kits can be purchased in advance online or at the museum the day of the program while supplies last. Members must log into the website to receive their discount.

Registration is required for this program. See our FAQs for complete program details.

When:

2nd Saturday of every month
@1pm–3:30pm at the museum

Where:

The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures

Cost:

$4.50 for Museum Members, $5 per child with museum admission

Cost per person includes one supply kit for each session.

Registration:

This program requires registration. Use the purchase links below to register for individual sessions.

Saturday

August 13

Back-to-School Miniature Food

Saturday

September 10

Tiny Garden Plot

Saturday

October 8

Spooky Potions, Dragon’s Eyes, and Mini Crystal Balls

Saturday

November 12

Mini Tin Neighborhood

Saturday

December 10

Holiday Treats

Kids Create FAQs

This program is an “add on” to regular admission for children/participants and supervising adult caregivers. Non-members will need to purchase admission for each child/participant.

Members pay only the per-session cost—$4.50.

More Questions?

Contact our Education Director, Djamila Jean-Charles at 520-881-0606 ext. 105 or email djamilajc@theminitimemachine.org

Kids Create - DIY

Below you will find pdf tutorials of select past projects for use at home. These are written instructions only. A materials list is included, and most supplies are common items. Happy creating!

If you are enjoying these projects, please consider making a donation to education programs at the museum.