Spring 2022: Modified to Make It!
Ever wonder why tigers have orange and black stripes? Why do fish have scales instead of feathers? And why in the world do narwhals have one really large overgrown tooth? In this Spring 2022 Homeschool Series, students will explore the animal kingdom to learn why animals look the way they do! We will learn about these physical animal adaptations through activities, crafts, science experiments, games, animal encounters, and more!
The 2022 Homeschool Series will be offered twice this spring. The first opportunity will be in March, and the second opportunity will be held in April. Both opportunities are identical to one another. Students will be grouped by age group. Ages 6-8 will be together, and ages 9-12 will be together.
NOTE: Masks are currently required for classes through the end of March. Due to Low COVID-19 Community Levels for Northern Indiana and per CDC guidelines, masks will become OPTIONAL during class beginning on April 1. This is subject to change at any time based on changes in local COVID-19 levels and CDC guideline updates.
Time: 2 pm – 4 pm
March Series Dates: Wednesdays, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30
Register for March for ages 6-8 – …SOLD OUT!
Register for March for ages 9-12 – …SOLD OUT!
April Series Dates: Wednesdays, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4
Register for April for ages 6-8 – …SOLD OUT!
Register for April for ages 9-12 – …SOLD OUT!
Cost: $50; members receive a 10% discount.
Register additional siblings $45/non-member, $40/member