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Homeschool Workshops

October – June
First Wednesday of the month
10:30am – Noon

Imagination Station is your science resource. This monthly program, for students 7–12 years old, covers a variety of topics from motion to matter and all the fun, messy science in-between. Come ready to explore hands-on science and learn with other families.

This series of nine workshops, broken out into three topics, run the first Wednesday of the month from 10:30am – noon.
Sign up for the entire series at a reduced rate, or choose from our individual workshops.

Space is limited to 30 children per session, and reservations are required.

Register now

Call a Reservation Specialist at 419.244.2674 ext. 250 to reserve your space for individual workshops.

Price per child

Member Cost: $12 per class

Non-Member Cost:
 $17 per class (Imagination Station admission must be purchased separately for non-members.) 

Home School Workshop tip: Buy 3 classes together on one Topic to get a complete overview of motion, sound and light or matter.

Not a member?
Become a member and save on the cost of  the Homeschool Workshops. Plus receive all of our other membership benefits. Learn more about our memberships here.

*The Workshop Series will be available for purchase through October 5. On October 6, only individual workshops will be available.

Workshops

All workshop topics are included in the workshop series. 

Topic One: Motion

Making Matter

  • Dates: 05 – 05 Apr, 2017

April 5, 2017

Students will discover and explore solids and liquids first hand by melting ice, freezing water and observing phase changes in front of their eyes.

Topic 2: Sound & Light

Making Matter

  • Dates: 05 – 05 Apr, 2017

April 5, 2017

Students will discover and explore solids and liquids first hand by melting ice, freezing water and observing phase changes in front of their eyes.

Topic 3: Matter

Making Matter

  • Dates: 05 – 05 Apr, 2017

April 5, 2017

Students will discover and explore solids and liquids first hand by melting ice, freezing water and observing phase changes in front of their eyes.