Homeschool programs are back! The Exploreum has exciting homeschool classes available for families looking to supplement their science curriculum. Explore physics, biology, engineering and more! Our classes are tailored for a variety of ages and provide educational programming, hands-on experiments, and time to socialize with other young scientists. Best of all, there are no explosions in your home! Join us for hands-on, age-appropriate science lessons to foster curiosity and discovery in support of what your kids are learning at home. Please contact Charise Barlow with additional questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 251-208-6869.
Spring 2020 Labs
The Exploreum Science Center Homeschool Labs will meet every Tuesday morning in January.
Our Homeschool Labs are designed to supplement what children are learning at home. Students can use equipment and take part in experiments that are not easily executed in the home classroom.
To register for the labs please click here.
Cost per semester PK4 – 12th Grade: $60.00 members/ $80.00 non-members.
Exploreum membership must be valid during time of homeschool class.
Full payment for each semester is required at the time of registration. Maximum enrollment for labs are 20 students.
*Children must be four years old by Tuesday, December 28th to attend Homeschool Labs.
**If we do not have at least 5 students enrolled in any session we reserve the right to cancel that session.
The deadline for January lab registration is Friday, January 3rd. (Pre K4- 12th Grade).
|Lab Sessions Tuesdays
|| January 7
||Pre K – K
||1st – 2nd
||3rd – 5th
||6th – 8th
||9th – 12th
||What is Sound?
||Our Place in Space
||Invertebrates vs. Vertebrates (Starfish Dissection)
||Physics of Robots
||Hot and Cold
||Amplitude vs. “Loudness”
||Habitats and Ecosystems
||The Brain – Computer Science
||Frequency vs. Pitch
Outside Our System
|Ocean Acidification and Marine Life
||The Body – Mechanical Engineering
||Decoding the Mystery
|The Ocean and the Changing Environment
||The Nervous System – Electronic Engineering