Kevin Jonas pays close attention to a young fan as he shows him how to do a dance at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County on Tuesday afternoon (April 27).
The 22-year-old musician joined a second grade class from Manhattan Place Elementary School as he kicked off Lunchables Field Trips For All program.
As part of their adventure, the kids were given the VIP treatment as they learned about all things aquatic, including viewing a reconstructed 63-foot-long Humbolt Fin Whale as well as taking a unique tour with an ocean curator discussing the preservation of skeletons and shells.
Kevin shared with press, “I remember my first field trip to Liberty Science Center. It was one of the best parts of going to school â€“ being with friends, learning about new things and having fun! I’m excited to work with the Lunchables team to help kick-off the ‘Field Trips for All’ program, and help give deserving kids a chance to discover new things and get inspired by a great experience.”
The “Field Trips For All” program is the first effort from Lunchables aimed at empowering kids with opportunities that help them realize their full potential. Project Potential will provide enriching encounters kids otherwise wouldn’t have the chance to experience. For more information, log onto Lunchables.com.
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