Homeschool Classes

Welcome to the world of exciting Homeschool Classes!

Cost Per Participant: $15 For Members, $20 For Non-Members. Fee includes admission to the Science Center and class for one child and one adult. Call (561) 832-2026 or click the registration button below to register today! 

This series takes place at the Science Center in our Discovery 3 Classroom. 

Grades / Times
Middle School K - 2nd  Grade 3rd - 5th Grade
11:00am - 12:00pm 1:00pm - 2:00pm 2:30pm - 3:30pm


Spring 2018 Schedule 

March 28 - Exciting Electrons

Exciting Electrons is one of our more popular demonstration-based programs. We’ll learn about the extremely tiny yet extremely important electron and how it makes things like electricity and magnetism work. This will be accompanied by several exciting electromagnetic demonstrations.

April 11 - AIM (Art Inspired by Math)

Science and art don’t’ have to be mutually exclusive. Mixing the two can be a very rewarding educational experience. Today we’ll be making unique artwork inspired by some interesting mathematical concepts.

April 25 - Physics Lab

Physics is a branch of science that deals with the interactions of matter and energy. It’s also a subject that has an intimidating reputation for being extremely difficult to learn. That doesn’t have to be the case. Many fundamental physics concepts can be broken down and explained using simple hands-on activities.

May 9 - Sound Science

Today we’ll be learning about the science of sound. What is sound? What makes some sounds loud and some sounds soft? Why do we call some sounds noise and other sounds music? We’ll answer these questions and more with a variety of auditory explorations.

May 23 - Electrophoresis

Imagine you have a bunch of incredibly small, microscopic items all mixed together and your job is to divide them all up and separate them into their own groups. It seems like an impossible task. Luckily there’s a process that uses electricity to do this for us. It’s called electrophoresis and it’s used to separate things like DNA molecules for scientists to study them more easily. Today we’ll be doing our own version of electrophoresis using food dye instead of DNA.