Monday, September 15, 2014
Saturday, December 21, 2013
Last Thursday, for Tot Art, we did Balloon Painting. Everyone had a blast! We used tiny balloons, but if you want to do this at home, I'm sure any size would work.
|It's fun to choose paint with two primary colors, so it'll make a new color when they mix together!|
Thursday, November 7, 2013
|Writing the drop-in programs on the dry erase board!|
I, your humble blogger, have decided to profile myself!
Position: Program Specialist
Hometown: Memphis, TN
How long have you been at CMOM: Three years and three months
Favorite exhibit: CMOM-TV
Favorite book as a child and why: Green Eggs and Ham, because it was the first book I was able to read by myself
Hobbies: Reading, cooking, yoga, watching old movies (my favorite is All About Eve)
First museum ever visited: Probably the Pink Palace, like everyone else!
Fun fact: I love to bake, and sometimes I bake cookies for the CMOM staff. They particularly like gingersnaps!
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
|Great young minds.|
|And then there's me...|
Friday, August 30, 2013
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
|Such a sweet, hardworking lady!|
Name: Pamela Lax
Position: Houskeeping Supervisor
Hometown: Somerville, TN
How long have you been at CMOM? 6 and a half years
Favorite exhibit: Kroger
Favorite book as a child: Little Red Riding Hood
Hobbies: Watching movies, spending time with friends, and being with my son
First museum ever visited: The Pink Palace
Fun fact: I was in ROTC in high school.
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Today for Tot Art, we made potato prints. I am not a sculptress, so some of the shapes looked a little rough.
|This is supposed to be a heart.|
P.S. If you do this at home, you hands will smell like potatoes for awhile. Also, triangles and squares are great shapes to start off with (the heart is a bit complicated, and I tried to do a star, but it did not work out).