Session Date and Time:
25.10.2017 – 25.10.2017
Wednesday, 10am to 2pm
Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson St, Carlton VIC 3053
Entry to Romp & Stomp is included in the purchase price of your standard Melbourne Museum entry
For more information contact:
FKA Children's Services 03 9428 4471 | email@example.com
NA - Designed for children and families
Ignite the love of languages with your family! Join FKA Children's Services Multilingual Storytime and enjoy children’s stories and songs in English, Hindi, Tamil, Dari and Pashtu.
Let’s celebrate the incredible diversity of Victoria and inspire wonder and curiosity about languages and the wider world.
Storytime sessions, including songs, will be held as follows: 10:30 Tamil, 11:30 Hindi, 12:30pm Dari and 1pm Pashtu.
Continuing our relationship with the Melbourne Museum and a number of key Victorian education and care organisations, fkaCS are once again a member of the Romp and Stomp organising committee.
As with previous years, the event will take place at the Melbourne Museum on the Wednesday of Children’s Week. Complimentary entry to Romp and Stomp is included with a standard Melbourne Museum ticket on the day, and regularly draws a large crowd. Aimed at children and families, the day offers a range of fun, play-based activities and experiences showcasing the value of learning through play – for both children and adults – and the importance of shared learning experiences in child-adult relationships.
With various activities, music, storytelling and more, the program has been developed to highlight the value of education, experiences and diversity in early childhood development. Additionally, the organising committee has worked to incorporate some of the more unique, lesser known spaces within the museum. This year, an fkaCS Consultant and two bilingual workers will present songs and stories in various languages throughout the day. Our Culture and Community partners Yarn Strong Sista will be holding gum leaf ochre painting sessions in the Milarri Gardens.
Visit the Melbourne Museum website for more information and pre-purchase tickets to avoid the queueBook a seat