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Event Date

March 1 - May 28, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Program

Homeschool Days

Program Information

 

 

Point of Contact

Michelle Schmidlkofer

GROW Administrative Specialist

Inspired by our popular Homeschool Day events, Private Homeschool Days invite you to schedule a date for your group of 15 - 40 learners to make science and literacy connections through the guidance of our trained education staff and outdoor classrooms.

  • All Private Homeschool Day experiences take place Monday-Friday, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM.
  • $10 /each: students and adults (siblings under 5 years free)
  • Minimum 15 participants, maximum 40 participants.
  • Payment in full is due 2 weeks prior to visit date.

Each experience is available for one month - the date of your scheduled visit will determine which experience you receive. The Spring 2021 experience schedule is:

March: Stickworks

Learners will design and create 3D art using natural fibers and STEM processes. Come join the challenge!

April: Topiary Terrain

Topiary Terrain plays with the imagination and will give learners and their families the chance to rethink the possibilities of forging shapes from plants.

May: Pollinator Pathway

Ready, Set, GO! It is time for Homeschool learners to do citizen science in the garden and learn about what makes insects so essential.

Please select one adult who will be responsible for organizing the group and being the primary point of contact with BRIT staff and have them submit an inquiry here. This individual will also be responsible for collecting money from the group in order to pay the complete total by the due date.

Submit your inquiry today!

About Homeschool Days

Come and GROW with us in our outdoor classrooms at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden and BRIT! Homeschool Day is a custom experience designed to assist exploration for homeschool students and energize their quest to discover more! 

This program is recommended for children equivalent to kindergarten through 10th grade.

We encourage parents to stay with younger children if you have children in different grade levels.