Homeschool Programs

Our homeschool programs offer lively, hands-on classes that are sure to engage students as they learn. Classes often include experiments, animal encounters, and educational games. Vocabulary and post activities will be provided to ensure that your child gets the most out of these programs. Program length: 90 minutes

Program Times

  • K5 - 2nd grade - 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
  • 3rd - 5th grade - 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • 6th - 8th grade - 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Monday only)

Individual Program Prices


  • Members - $10 (1 child)
  • Non-members - $15 (1 child)

Bundle Program Prices


Bundles are:  (Sept-May) (Sept - Dec) (Jan - Apr)
  • 4 Month: Members - $32 (1 child)
  • 4 Month: Non-members - $52 (1 child)
  • All Year: Members- $62 (1 child)
  • All Year:Non-members- $102 (1 child)
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2017-2018 Program Topics and Dates


 
Skin & Bones - What is inside all of our animal friends that gives them their shape? Join us as we explore skeletal systems and invertebrates alike!
  • Sept 4 or Sept 5
Creature Kaleidoscope - Red ladybugs, orange frogs, yellow snakes, green spiders, blue tang fish, and purple birds! Discover the colors of the wild in our hands-on class.
  • Oct 2 or Oct 3
Believe It or Not! - Animals can do some incredible and amazing things! We will investigate the craziest things that animals can do and why they might do them. 
  • Nov 13 or Nov 14
Folktails - Animals show up in stories, art, music, dance, and so many more places throughout our lives. Join us as we discover how animals show up in different cultures around the world.  
  •  Dec 4 or 5
All in the Family - Why do some babies look just like their parents? Why do some babies have blue eyes and some have brown eyes? Genetics! We will explore the world of genetics to discover why things look the way they do.
  • January 8 or 9
Once Upon an Animal - Once upon a time, dinosaurs roamed the earth. Once upon a time, dodo birds and passenger pigeons were everywhere. Once upon a time, there were many critters that aren’t here anymore. Join us as we investigate the world of extinct creatures!
  • Feb 12 or 13
Animals in Motion -Walking, slithering, crawling, flying, and so much more! Animals can move in many different ways. We will examine the different ways animals move and how they manage to do it.
  • Mar 5 or 6
Bugs & Stuff - Although these critters might be creepy and crawly to some, insects and arachnids are some of the coolest animals that live all around us! We will discover what makes an insect an insect and what makes an arachnid and arachnid.
  • Apr 2 or 3