Programs

Home School Programming

Connect, learn, and engage with the natural world through our monthly home school programs

Are you a home schooling family looking for educational and engaging outings for your children? Join us for our monthly Home School program and we'll explore natural history through science, math, literacy, art, and more! Each month we'll use Center equipment to conduct experiments, gather data, analyze our results, make inferences, and delve into the natural world.

Our 2018 Home School Programs will take place on the last Friday of every month (December date is shifted to accomodate winter holiday schedules!)  a

Each program runs from 9-1 with time for lunch. Children should dress for the weather, bring a bag lunch/snack/water bottle, and wear closed-toe shoes. 

Cost: $10/child/program

Age(s): Perfect for grades k-6

Parents/guardians are welcome to stay or drop off their participating child(ren).  All participants need to have signed paperwork including emergency contact and medical information in order to participate!

Pre-registration is extremely helpful for planning purposes. For registration or for more information, please contact us at 228.475.0825 or eparker@audubon.org 

2018-2019 Academic Year Homeschool Program Themes Include:

August 31: Seeds and plants

September 28: Aquatic worlds of Mississippi

October 26: Insects 

November 30: Habitats 

December 21: Winter Worlds

January 25: Seasonal Changes and Nature Journaling 

February 22: Birds

March 29: Mammals

April 26: Reptiles and Amphibians

May 31: Woods and Wetlands

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