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HOME SCHOOL WORKSHOPS: MIDDLE SCHOOL

 

A drop-off program with lessons tailored to grades 6th-8th

We invite all middle schoolers in grades 6-8 to our Home School Workshops. Learners will participate in hands-on lessons designed to foster interests across science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. These workshops give students the chance to explore how all of these areas help shape our world while experiencing hands-on lessons with fun, immersive technology and programming. Each month in our workshops we'll explore a new topic. At every session, students can expect a fun and different lesson from week to week. Each session builds off one another, so it is recommended students attend all sessions for the month.

Classes scheduled every Wednesday

1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Cost per session:
$25 nonmember

$20 member

Book all 4 lessons for 1 month at the same time and receive 10% off the total price

 

To register, please complete our registration form and email it to us or bring it with you to the workshop; you can also sign up via our events page.

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Looking for more scientific adventures for your younger home school children? Check out our Home School Academy and Maker Days workshops!

2019-20 Home School Workshop Topics

Each month a new topic is explored, and new

lessons are delivered every week.

December 4, 11, 18: Nanoscience (No lesson held on December 25 due to Christmas)

What's the smallest thing you can think of? Nanoscience is the study of how materials react when they are very small.  

December 4 Explore the properties of materials on the nanoscale

December 11 Explore nanomaterials

December 18 Explore nanoproducts

 

January 8, 15, 22, 29: Space

January 8 Design and manufacture a rocket with a 3D printer

January 15 Launch 3D-printed rockets

January 22 Explore space using NASA Tools 

January 29 Merge cube Space Exploration

 

February 5, 12, 19, 26: Chemistry

February 5 Atom Theory and the Periodic Table

February 12 Acids and Bases

February 19 Physical and Chemical Changes

February 26 Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

 

March 4, 11, 18, 25: Robotics and Coding

March 4 Build a Sumobot

March 11 Learn to code the Sumobot with arduino, then test and redesign the robot 

March 18 More coding with the robot to culminate in the Sumobot competition 

March 26 Force and Motion Experiments with the robot

 

April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29: Environmental Science

Be an Environmental Detective and help solve the mystery what may be causing the fish to die in Gray Bay.

April 1 Introduction to the  investigation of the mystery of what may be causing the fish to die in Gray Bay. We will be conducting experiments and Investigations to help solve the mystery over the course of the next 3 classes on April 8, 15, and 22. 

 

May 6, 13, 20, 27: Art in Science

May 6 Bloxels: Create your own video game

May 13 Stop motion animation

May 20 Paper Circuits

May 27 Screen Printing

31 SW Memorial Parkway

Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548

850-664-1261

Museum Hours:

Wednesday-Saturday: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Sunday-Tuesday: Closed

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