Bring your children to explore new words through song, movement, and creativity

Children will further their vocabulary through advanced, creative and hands-on programming with Vocabby’s World.
Written by: Tehreem Khan
Media contact: Alicia Rohan

Picture of Vocabby the cab. The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Alys Stephen Center presents “Vocabby’s World: The Big Idea” at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, to expand children’s vocabulary.

The event will provide hands-on activities that reach families in Birmingham communities and across the country. Free books, curriculum and art materials will reinforce the new vocabulary learned. 

Vocabby’s World is a community vocabulary program in partnership with ArtPlay and is sponsored by the PNC Foundation and the Hugh Kaul Foundation. It is aimed at children up to age 5.  

The adventures of Vocabby take pre-K children on travels around the world as they learn vocabulary words through science and arts concepts.

The event is free and open to public. For more information and events, please visit the Alys Stephens Center’s website.