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Its not like science hasn’t saved your ass before.  Great inventions have cooked the bacteria out of your meat, drilled the decay out of your teeth and got you to the 33rd floor for your meeting without costing you more movement than a pokey index finger. But how much time have you spent really thinking […]

This series of programs will focus on ecological and biological concepts with a specific topic each session. 5/20/09 is TRAILBLAZING. The classes will be exploratory, but also science based and designed for the homeschooled child and his/her parent. Fee is per family of two children and one adult, so you need only register one child […]

  As always, please don’t contact me here at Chicago Homeschool Habitat if you are interested in this class. Contact information is at the bottom of this post. Maybe we’ll see you there though! “Happy Winter!   We are excited to offer Weekly Sessions at the Museum starting in January and our Science Fair on […]

 If interested in this program please contact Charles whose email is listed below. Museum of Science & Industry -Teen Home Schoolers Program Please forward the info below to any group that might be able to reach teens. Hello Teen Home Schoolers and Parents, My name is Natalie Pond and my son Addison (15) has been […]

PLEASE CONTACT KAREN DIRECTLY FOR MORE DETAILS AND REGISTRATION : Karen Taira Environmental Educator Evanston Ecology Center 2024 McCormick Blvd 847/448-8256 ktaira@cityofevanston.org Homeschool Science The Ecology Center provides an educational, interactive hands-on experience to fulfill science and nature requirements for home-schooled children. Each week is a different scientific discipline and includes age-appropriate activities and mini-experiments. […]

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