Homeschool Programs in Michigan, Massachusetts, and Florida

Michigan Legacy Art Park in Thompsonville, Michigan is invites homeschooling families, co-ops, and groups to visit for a field trip on October 3. The Art Park experience is unique and enlightening for northern Michigan students that features over fifty works of contemporary art, all inspired by or related to Michigan history, culture or natural environment. For more information , visit michlegacyartpark.org/education or call 231-378-4963.



The South Shore Natural Science Center will be hosting its Homeschool Scientists program starting Wednesday, Sept. 19 and continuing for every other Wednesday until Nov. 28. The program is for children ages four to eight and costs $13 for members and $15 for non-members per class. Using the natural world, hands-on experiments, and the museum’s unique collections, participants will learn fundamental skills and concepts in science, based on the Massachusetts STEM curriculum framework. Dress for the weather. Go to southshorenaturalsciencecenter.org for more information and to register.

Now in its fourth year, Lady Lake Library’s homeschooling program is currently underway. The program takes place every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in the youth section of the library and ends in April. In addition to the regular classes monthly homeschool adventure programs are offered. This is an outdoor event for tweens and teens. More information is available at mylakelibrary.org.

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