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Welcome to the world of exciting Homeschool Classes!
We now offer in-person options for K - 8th grade students on a variety of topics. Classes involve fun experiments and interactive labs designed to present a rich science experience, increase students’ critical thinking skills, engage students in active discussions and enrich the school curricula.
|Grades / Times|
In-person K - 2nd Grade
|In-person 3rd - 5th Grade||In-person 6th - 8th Grade|
|10:00am - 11:00am||12:00pm - 1:00pm||2:30pm - 3:30pm|
For in-person classes, safety guidelines such as social distancing, mask-wearing, and cleanliness procedures will be enforced. Check-in at the front desk when you arrive. Class will be strictly drop-off only. Maximum number of students is 15 per in-person class.
This schedule is for the West Palm Beach location. For classes in Abacoa at STEM Studio, please click here.
Cost Per Participant:
$20 non-member, $15 members for in-person classes. One adult admission is included. Additional guests will be required to pay general admission to the science center unless they are members.
Please note: Homeschool classes will be held at the building directly across the street from the Science Center. 4800 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach, FL 33405
Every other Wednesday (see above for times)
Most sessions are sold out (3rd-5th)
September 22nd - Makey Makey
The Makey Makey is a computer accessory that can turn everyday objects into an extension of your computer’s keyboard. The concept behind this is basic circuit science. We’ll figure out exactly how these devices work and find some fun new ways to interact with a computer during today’s session.
October 6th - Maker Mashup
Take a tour of our tech lab as we explore the world of making. From 3D printing and design, to high-powered laser cutters, we’ll explore it all as we create virtual designs that will come to life before our eyes.
October 20th - Wonders of the Sea
Come along as we explore the Wonders of the Sea. We will cover deep-dwelling creatures and open water predators, as well as shallow water invertebrates. During this lesson, we will gain a better understanding of the water column and all the life it contains.
November 3rd - How Big is Space?
Have you ever wondered how long it would take to get to another planet? What about another star? Come along on this journey as we put the true vastness of space into perspective.
November 17th - High Flying Physics
Today we’ll take a look at actions as well as their equal and opposite reactions as we blast off with our air-powered rockets. We’ll explore the laws of motion as they try to keep our rockets grounded and discover what it takes to try to overcome those laws.
December 1st - Pollinating Plants
Plants are all around us, but how did they get there if they can’t move? We’ll explore the world of pollinators and take a look inside of a flower to see how this amazing anatomy helps to make the world a greener place.
December 15th - STEAM Day
This class will introduce you to a veritable smorgasbord of science! STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. This is a hands-on intensive, work at your own pace class featuring activities from many of the STEAM categories.
**Before you register** Please note that once your order goes through, your name is automatically added to our will call list and you do not need to do anything else. You should receive a confirmation email with your order number. Check-in at Admissions when you arrive for the program.
Questions? Call (561) 832-2026 or email firstname.lastname@example.org