2012-2013 HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM
The Delaware Museum of Natural History offers engaging classes about science and nature for homeschool students, supplementing parents’ lessons as part of a well-rounded education. Using an interactive, hands-on approach, our educators display specimens from the Museum’s vast scientific collections, lead special tours of the exhibits, and incorporate crafts and activities into the curriculum as students explore the natural world.
Homeschool Classes are divided into two age groups that are held simultaneously: ages 6-8 and ages 9-12. Parents and guardians may attend the classes for an additional fee; those not attending must remain at the Museum for the duration of the class.
CLICK HERE to download a PDF of the 2012-2013 Homeschool brochure. Register by mail or by clicking the appropriate link below. For more information, please contact the Education Programs Facilitator at 302-658-9111, ext. 305, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homeschool Class Series
Sign up for all 14 homeschool classes and save! The Homeschool Class Series includes all of the
classes offered during the 2012-2013 school year for just one fee.
Cost per series:
Members: $150 per student, $140 per additional student, and $20 per adult staying in class.
Non-members: $180 per student, $170 per additional student, and $30 per adult staying in class.
Click here to register for the Homeschool Class Series.
Registration for individual classes remain open until 10 days prior to the class date or until the class is full.
Individual Homeschool Classes
Can’t make it for the whole series? Pick and choose your class schedule by registering for individual Homeschool Classes. Registration must be made a minimum of 10 days in advance by calling the Education Program Facilitator at 302-658-9111, ext. 305 or registering online. Payment for individual classes is due at the time of registration.
2012-2013 Homeschool Class Schedule
October 5 – Maps, Compasses, and Orienteering
October 19 – Rainforest Adventure
November 2 – The Amazing Cycle of Water
November 16 – We All Live Downstream
December 7– Putting it Together: Our Blue Planet
January 4 – Pole to Pole
January 18 – Birds of the World
February 1 – Glow: Living Lights
February 15 – Natural Born Leaders
March 1 – Nanotechnology
March 15 – They’re back…
April 19 – Save the Planet, Save Yourself
May 3 – Naturally Organic
May 17 – Survivor
Choose one of two class times: morning (10–11:30 a.m.) or afternoon (1–2:30 p.m.)
Classes are held the first and third Friday of every month.
For more information, please contact the Education Programs Facilitator at 302-658-9111, ext. 305 or email@example.com.
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