Tinker, create, and explore.
Monday, June 11, 2018, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
& Wednesday, June 13
Opportunity for homeschool families
A time for homeschool students to tinker, create, and explore science concepts at Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum.
Dig into Archaeology:
Dig into archaeology with hands-on investigations, simulations, and more. Our activities, along with a visit from archaeologist Ellie Moriarty, will provide an introduction to archaeology and prepare us for time spent at a working excavation site on June 13th.
We will travel to West Haven, VT to work with archaeologists from the South Champlain Historical Ecology Project (SCHEP) at the site of their current excavations. SCHEP is organized through Castleton University and explores the relationships between people and the environment in the southern Lake Champlain area over thousands of years. Detailed instructions (directions, what to bring, etc.) will be provided at the museum on June 11. To learn more about SCHEP, visit: https://www.facebook.com/schep.research/
Who: Students ages 6 and up. Adults must accompany participants on June 13th in West Haven.
Where: Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum
Bring: Nut-free snack and lunch
Cost: June 11th $20 per student (member/non-member). June 13th we will accept donations to get a gift of a screen for the SCHEP excavations.
Please note: Limited to the first 12 students signed up.
For more information about this program contact:
Paula Townsend, Education Coordinator
[email protected] | 802-282-2678
Sarah Vooris, Homeschool Volunteer
* Homeschool Day is a drop-off activity at the museum. However, caregivers who are interested in co-teaching/facilitating or leading a future club, please contact Sarah.
Register online or at the museum.