Buildup begins for kids’ weekend exhibition

November 22, 2013 by  

This weekend’s Bob the Builder exhibition is designed to provide children with the chance to meet the popular character and his friends, and to help in making things better in the Sunflower Village. Poster printing and additional printing services might have been used to make this event possible and promote it to people in the community of North Arlington and the surrounding regions.

During this event, the children will learn to build, improve, fix, and plant as part of team efforts. Kids will climb upon big construction machinery, plant flowers in Bob’s friend Wendy’s garden, and assemble an enormous garage in which to put the machinery. In Bob’s large mobile home, children will fix a dripping sink and watch a film clip from the popular TV series, as they spend time exploring his home.

The machine shelter will teach children to work with stones to create walls, plus the children can explore Bob’s interactive pump station and learn all about water conservation, including how water comes to the area. The children will have the opportunity to climb on the dump truck, roll with the steamroller, and dig with Scoop the Digger.

Prices range from $19.75 to $25.75, and the exhibition will be held tomorrow, November 23, from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm at the Liberty Science Center located at 222 Jersey City Boulevard in Jersey City, New Jersey, just a short drive from North Arlington. To learn more, visit the Liberty Science Center website or call during normal hours.