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Coming in June

Summer Exploration Kit

Journey to Ancient Rome and Greece

WHAT: Join Penn Museum to participate in summer camp fun from your own home: enjoy a free digital themed kit of activities that will allow young learners to make the most of their home environment through crafts, experiments, short videos, games, and more.

Take a trip back in time and discover what life was like in the Ancient Mediterranean. Learn about Greek and Roman mythology and read stories about the adventures of gods, goddesses and demi-gods. Learn about the first Olympic games and explore activities that show you how to make your own laurel wreath, design your own coins, and create a mosaic.

WHEN: Friday, June 4, 2021

WHERE: your home

COST: FREE!!!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click Penn Museum

Participate in summer camp fun from your own home. Each month this summer, Penn Museum will release a themed kit of activities that will allow young learners to make the most of their home environment through crafts, experiments, short videos, games, and more. Online kits will be released the first Friday of the month. Check out the schedule and register HERE.

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Check out these mini-series from Glen Cairn Museum to go along with Ancient life studies!

Click on Glencairn Museum


Would you like to visit Glencairn this summer
with your family? Try out their new
Family Adventure Tours!

WHAT: Are you ready for an adventure? Discover how herbs were used in the Middle Ages, train for a medieval battle, apprentice to become a scribe, stonemason, or stained-glass artist, and explore the religious beliefs and practices of Europe in the Middle Ages in this choose-your-own-adventure style tour. Collect all six badges by completing each of the different paths, and become a Glencairn Museum Adventurer! Suitable for families and children grades 3 to 8 and up. 

Not ready to take on a full adventure just yet? Try Glencairn’s Adventure Seek & Find, a part of the Family Adventure Tour. Suitable for families and children grades K to 3.

Reservations are strongly recommended for the Family Adventure Tour; walk-ins accommodated as possible.

WHEN: May 4th- October 31, 2021, see website for exact times and days

COST:

  • $8 per person Children/ Adults/ Seniors
  • Free for Members/ Children 3 and under 
  • $2 per person for PA ACCESS cardholders
  • Free for Blue Star Families, active-duty military and families
  • Free for Library Pass cardholders
  • Max 10 people per time slot 

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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History Explorers Club

Don’t forget to check out Museum of the American Revolution’s History Explorers Club.

When: Happening virtually every 4th Saturday of the month.

Time: 11:30-12:30

Cost: $7 per family

For more information: Click HERE

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If you are looking to gather
with some other homeschoolers…

Then Park Days scheduled by Bucks Co. Homeschool Community
on Facebook is where you want to head!

When: every Thursday until October 28

Time: 3 hours

Cost: FREE!!!

For more information: Click HERE to join Bucks Co. Homeschool Community, click on “more..”, events!

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Passport Days & Free College “Parent Prep” University

Virtual Spring Conference 2021
with College Prep Genius

WHAT: Forget spending $5K on a college planning service that probably doesn’t provide all of this knowledge! This conference is for parents with students from every type of educational background – private school, public school, charter school, or home school educated.  Don’t miss this once- in- a- lifetime conference.

Workshops

  • I Have a Plan: Grades 7-8
  • I Have a Plan: Grades 9-10
  • I Have a Plan: Grades 11-12
  • The Secret College Funding Formula
  • FAFSA Means Free Money
  • The ABCs of Going to College
  • Prepare Like an Ivy Applicant
  • The Secrets to Scholarships Galore
  • Revealed: The Top Confidential Tricks by Colleges and Companies
  • Why You Should Be Loving the CLT
  • SATs, PSATs and ACTs Are Here to Stay
  • No Money For College – No Worries!
  • Debt-Free Degree – A Reality

WHEN: April 13-19

WHERE: Virtually from the comfort of your home!

COST: FREE!!!!, you do need to register for each session you would like to attend. Replays may be available.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER: Click HERE

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Virtual Passport Days with Penn Museum

WHAT: Each Virtual Passport theme day includes two 45-minute live virtual sessions scheduled at 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Registrants also gain access to a virtual classroom space full of digital activities, videos, and articles to further explore the theme throughout the day. Each student will receive a Virtual Passport worksheet to keep track of where you have “traveled” during each session. Click each link below to learn more about each dates and theme:

April 9, The Americas
April 23, STEAM
May 7,  Greece & Rome
May 21, Asia
June 4, Africa & Egypt
June 11, Mesopotamia

AGES: K-12th

COST: $3 per student

To Register or Learn More: CLICK HERE

World Cultures Day with Penn Museum

WHAT: High school educators and their students are invited to participate in World Cultures Day 2021. This free one-day virtual event presented by Penn Middle East Center, Penn South Asia Center, and Penn Museum provides high school students with an opportunity to nurture interest in global studies and gain a better understanding of diversity around the world. Students will hear from a keynote speaker, virtually tour Penn Museum exhibitions, interact with International Classroom educators, and receive access to a breadth of cultural resources.

WHEN: Monday, May 24th

TIME: 9am-noon

WHERE: virtually

COST: FREE!!!

To Apply or Learn More: Click HERE

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Splash at UPENN, CHAP Conferences, & PEC Class

Splash at UPENN

WHAT: Splash is a day-long extravaganza of classes at the University of Pennsylvania, where pre-college students are invited to learn about everything and anything from passionate university students. Splash currently runs at MIT, Stanford University, the University of Chicago, Duke University, Yale University, Boston College, and many more! 

Students who attend are able to take classes in a variety of both conventional and unconventional subjects taught by UPenn undergraduate and graduate students! Examples of classes include: Yoga, American Political Thought, Advanced Algorithms, Health and Societies Intro to Circuits and Coding, Animal Ethics, Biomedical Optics, Conceptual Calculus, Intro to Modern Microscopy, Medicine and Health, American Politics, SAT Prep, and many more!

WHEN: Saturday, April 10th

TIME: 10am- 1 pm

WHERE: Virtually in your home

AGES: Middle and High schoolers (6th-12th)

COST: FREE!!!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Pennypack Environmental Center Homeschool Series

WHAT: Beginners Botany
Number of participants is extremely limited, and walkups can NOT be accepted. All programs will be held outdoors, and participants must wear a mask. The Building and Bathrooms will NOT be open. Parents must stay with children.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 14

TIME: 10am-12pm

WHERE: Pennypack Environmental Center 8600A Verree Road Philadelphia PA 19115

AGES: suggested grades 3rd and up; little siblings are welcome to join

COST: $5 per student

FOR MORE INFORMATION: REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED email: pec@phila.gov with Check out the facebook page for more information.

WHAT: Under a Log
Number of participants is extremely limited, and walkups can NOT be accepted. All programs will be held outdoors, and participants must wear a mask. The Building and Bathrooms will NOT be open. Parents must stay with children.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 21st

TIME: 10am-12pm

WHERE: Pennypack Environmental Center 8600A Verree Road Philadelphia PA 19115

AGES: suggested grades 3rd and up; little siblings are welcome to join

COST: $5 per student

FOR MORE INFROMATION: REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED email: pec@phila.gov with Check out the facebook page for more information.

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CHAP Conferences

WHAT: IT’S BACK!!!! or I should say this year— they’re back!! Read on to learn how CHAP is happening this year!

CHAP Spruce Lake Conference:

WHEN: Friday, May 7th thru Saturday, May 8th

TIME: 12:30- 6 pm; 8:30 am- 5 pm

WHERE: Spruce Lake Retreat 5389 Route 447 Canadensis, PA 18325

COST: $39 ahead of time; $42 at the door

TO REGISTER: Click HERE

CHAP Woodcrest Conference:

WHEN: Friday, May 14th- Saturday, May 15th

TIME: 12:30- 6 pm; 8:30 am- 5 pm

WHERE: Woodcrest Retreat. 225 Woodcrest Rd. Ephrata, PA 17522

COST: $39 ahead of time; $42 at the door

TO REGISTER: Click HERE

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Science and Music Opportunities

LIghtlab Training

Are you are interested in teaching about the Nature of Light with a Christian perspective ?

Join us for three monthly workshops to learn how !

Lightlab Clubbers involved with the science and studying the Word of God.

Each workshop will cover four chapters from the book, and you can begin teaching after the first workshop.

Feel free to drop by the first meeting without a book just to see what it is like.

The Workshops are free but registration is required.

Saturdays: April 10, May 1 and May 15

Click https://lightlabetc.com/events to register!

Click HERE for more information about the author, Suzanne Shera, and Lightlab itself!

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DRUM CIRCLE AND MORE:  KIDSONG II

What: Your family is invited to participate in FREE ZOOM MUSIC CLASSES through Cairn University- an opportunity to learn to develop music skills such as listening, singing, moving, and creating.

When:  Tuesdays, April 6, 13, 20

Time:  3:30-4:15

How:  A Zoom invitation will be emailed once you are registered

Registration:  To register, email Dr. Debbie Lynn Wolf, dwolf@cairn.edu with subject:  Kidsong!  Please include name of child/children, age, and phone.

Don’t forget to check out Children’s Choir starting this Wednesday!

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Drum Corp Academy of Olney Charter High School

Homeschoolers Wanted in Competitive Marching Band!

WHAT: Band members must learn a brass AND a percussion instrument. We have IN-PERSON band practices. We have openings on Marimba, Electric Bass, all brass and percussion instruments (no woodwinds). Beginners accepted. Instruments can be provided (with the hope of a family purchasing after time). (Must be a Philadelphia resident.)

WHEN: Mondays and Thursdays

TIME: 2PM-4:15PM

AGES: High schoolers

WHERE: Olney Charter High School’s football field 100 W Duncannon Ave Phila. 19120

COST: All Band families must join www.patreon.com/DrumCorpsAcademy – for as little as $1/month.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE to register and receive a call from Mr. Lanciano or email or call Steve Lanciano 267-252-4218/SLanciano@aspirapa.org

above link in flier: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfkpnigH1lPnGynB1ipuSlsVdM1JGJ-a7oEDRV5GZs16Vt0AQ/viewform

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Kids Choir & More in April!

Kids Choir at Cairn University

WHAT: Your child is invited to be a part of a Kids Choir! Free elementary children’s choral experiences. Small group instruction by Cairn music education majors under the supervision of Dr. Debbie Wolf.

WHEN: Wednesdays, March 31- April 28

TIME: 3:15-4:00pm

AGES: grades 2-6

WHERE: via Zoom

COST: FREE!!!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: or to register-email Students’ Names/Ages to dwolf@cairn.edu by March 27

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Flip Out Productions H.S. Gymnastic Class

WHAT: Homeschool Gymnastics is a beginner level gymnastics class for athletes who love to flip! 

Athletes will work on form, strength, flexibility, and be introduced to basic skills and terminology.  Homeschool Gymnastics give athlete’s the strong foundation needed to obtain more difficult skills in a fun and engaging way.

We have taken Ms. Katie’s classes in the past and LOVED them!!!

WHEN: Fridays, April 5th-June 5th

TIME: 1-2pm

AGES: 5-12 years

WHERE: in person!, Flip Out Productions 2757 Frankford Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19134

COST: $139.50 for 9 classes, or $15.50 per class

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Lancaster Science Factory Homeschool Hands-On STEM

WHAT: The Winter/Spring Homeschool Hands-on STEM curriculum will feature science, technology, engineering, and math used to solve problems and answer questions from well-known fairytales. Could you build something as strong as Rapunzel’s hair? Is it possible to prevent Humpty Dumpty from falling to pieces? Would the big bad wolf blow down your house? Students in grades 1st – 6th will learn and use real STEM principles to find out!

WHEN: Tuesday, April 6th

TIME: 10 am and 1pm

AGES: 1st-6th grade

WHERE: Lancaster Science Factory 454 New Holland Avenue Lancaster, PA 17602

COST: $15

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Little Explorers Livestream at Bartrams Garden
Grow It!

WHAT: Join us for a virtual edition of our popular Little Explorers program. This month: Discover the tiny plant inside every seed and learn how you can plant seeds from your kitchen to watch them grow! Little Explorers is a monthly garden adventure designed for toddlers and their caregivers, but all are welcome and encouraged to tune in.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 7th

TIME: 10-11 am

WHERE: Virtually at your home

COST: Please consider supporting Bartram’s Garden as we work to continue our cultural and educational programming by donating to our Room for All Fund.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Save the Date for Splash at UPENN being held virtually this year
on April 10th.
More Details to come!

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Bartrams Garden Homeschooler Days
Mysteries of Navigation

WHAT: Can the Stars help you know where you are and where you want to go? What’s a compass and what does it have to do with magnets? Explore how we can navigate the world without our phones and what knowledge helped create that technology.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 14th and Wednesday, April 21st (Same lessons)

TIME: 10-1130am

AGES: 5-11

COST: $12 per student, ACCESS card holders $2 per student

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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BJU Press Homeschool Homeworks by Precept Online Event

WHAT: Can’t make it to a local event this year? Join us online via Facebook for the same experience and discounts. You’ll hear from experienced homeschool moms, meet BJU Press Homeschool staff, watch live product demos, ask our consultants questions, be entered into drawings for giveaways, and so much more!

A team of HomeWorks Consultants will be hosting the party, led by veteran homeschool mom, Eujeana Chism! Eujeana will come to you live each day to take you on tours, give you product demonstrations, and answer your questions.

WHEN: Monday, April 19th to Friday, April 23rd

TIME: 11am-7pm each day

WHERE: virtually from the comfort of your home!

COST: FREE!!!!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Tuesday, April 20th

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And looking ahead to MAY:

Book Sale!!!

WHAT: Used Book SALE!!!

WHEN: Saturday, May 8th

TIME: 10am-1pm

WHERE: The Palace Room at The Proper Brewing Company 117 W Broad Street Quakertown, PA 18951

COST: FREE!! (Depending on the amount of books you buy )

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click here or join the Bucks Co Homeschool Community on Facebook and search for book sale

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Homeschool Days at Refreshing Mountain

WHAT: Looking for a field trip option for your home school student(s)?  Come to the outdoor classroom at Refreshing Mountain! Our Home School Days provide a variety of outdoor adventures and activities designed to provide fun and educational experiences for your students.

WHEN: May 11, 13, 14, 17, 19 & 21

TIME: 10 am- 3pm

WHERE: Refreshing Mountain Retreat 455 Camp Rd, Stevens, PA 17578

COST: $24/person with a family cap of $72. Payment is due at time of registration.

AGES: 1st -12th graders

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Choose a day to come by registering using the “Register Now” button. Space is limited to 20 students per age group. Wait list is available. Click HERE

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Don’t forget to check out these frequently occurring activities:

Park Days in Bucks County (every Thursday at various parks)

Ricochets Gymnastics (every 3rd Thursday of the month!)

Philadelphia Museum of Art (every 3rd Wednesday of the month)

Museum of American Revolution (every 3rd Saturday of the month)

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Chess Meet Up, Atonement Academy & PA Ballet

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Homeschool Chess Playdate

WHAT: Our chess and coding playdate will be every Thursday. Want to learn-let’s go; Skilled player-let’s go!
We meet weekly at different parks in Philly.  We want to expose homeschools kids to chess and coding.  Our group is free.   If weather permitting, we meet weekly.
Homeschool Chess and Coding Parents’ participation is expected and encouraged.  Our playdates and times will change.

WHEN: Every Thursday, beginning NEXT THURSDAY, March 25

TIME: hours are 11:00 am – 1:00 pm.

WHERE: Carroll Park 58th Girard Avenue Philadelphia 19131

AGES: 6-15

COST: FREE!!!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://www.stemafterschools.info/ or contact Glenn Bady at badyglenn@gmail.com or 215-740-0324

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Spring Has Sprung at Pennsylvania Ballet
for Educators

Pennsylvania Ballet is offering all educators FREE  virtual viewing of our NEW Spring Season! Please take this rare opportunity to share modern ballet performances with your middle and high school students. Just follow the information below to get the educational promo code to purchase each performance for free!

please click: https://tickets.paballet.org/forms/spring-2021-season-school-registration

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Evaluations and End of the Year Items

If you registered with the Philadelphia School District this year as a homeschooler, you should have received an email from Mr Shawn Baker. Here’s a link to a pdf version or scroll down to read it.

Remember starting with the 2020-2021 school year, homeschoolers needed to file paperwork for all children 6 years and older. These children will need to have the end of the year documentation submitted by June 30, 2021, to the School District.

End of the year documentation to the School District is simply your Evaluation Certification given to you from an evaluator. For your evaluator, your student needs to show progress throughout the year. The evaluator will want to see a portfolio containing:

  • Samples of students work (pictures, worksheets, list of trips, written papers…)
  • Book Log (does not need to be all of them)
  • Results of normed standardized achievement tests done in grades 3, 5, and 8

Some evaluators are starting to schedule their in-person or virtual interviews.

Hope this is a helpful reminder!! (You still have time!)

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Events in March

LIGHTLAB Teachers Workshop

WHAT: Are you are interested in teaching about the Nature of Light with a Christian perspective? Join us for three monthly workshops to learn how!

Each workshop will cover four chapters from the book, including the background and activities. So you can begin teaching after the first workshop. There is no charge, but we ask that you own the Lightlab book prior to attending.

WHEN: Saturday, March 13 

TIME: 11am-12pm (US ET)

WHERE: virtually at your home!

COSTFREE!!! The Workshop is free but registration is required. If you don’t own the Lightlab book, we ask that you obtain one. Science supplies are available upon demand

LIGHTLAB, a book for children 8-12 years old, offers: • 12 lessons on the nature of light  • over 25 hands-on activities  • Bible lessons on Jesus, the Light of the world

FOR MORE INFORMATION or TO REGISTERgo to https://www.lightlabetc.com/events

If you’d like to learn more about Lightlab and its contents click https://lightlabetc.com/

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Our program will focus on gymnastics on all 4 Olympic events as well as trampoline! This class is open for girls and boys ages 4 and up (must be potty trained). Gymnastics activities will be split by age/skill level.

Free wifi is available in our full-viewing lobby area. There are tables and chairs for your use in our 21,000 sq. ft heated/air conditioned facility.

WHERE: 362 South Warminster Rd. (Station Park) Hatboro, PA 19040

UPCOMING DATES: 4/15, 5/20, 6/17

TO REGISTER: Click here

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Philadelphia Museum of Art
Homeschool Classes

WHAT: If your homeschool student can’t come to the museum, we will bring the museum to them. In this virtual program, a museum educator leads fun interactive looking activities about stories in art.

In this lesson, we’ll look at works of art from around the world and discover how artists have explored, described, and even included the natural world in their art.​

WHENevery 3rd Wednesday, March 17th

TIME: 10-10:45 ages 8-10; 11-11:45 ages 11-13

WHERE: at your home

COST: $7, $4 members

FOR MORE INFORMATIONCLICK HERE

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Virtual Archaeological Adventures

See More of South Asia

WHAT: Calling all families learning at home! Join us for a virtual event exploring the history and culture of South Asia. Look closely at artifacts to learn more about people living in South Asia throughout history. Get hands-on as you learn to make coil pottery, create a miniature Mughal painting, explore Mehndi art, and more. A museum educator will also share how performance masks are used across South Asia to inspire your own creations.

Designed for students and families learning at home, this special day of activities includes three 30-minute live virtual sessions scheduled at 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM, along with digital activities that can be completed at any time.

To provide much-needed flexibility for this event, registered families will gain access to a virtual classroom through Google and will continue to have access to the content for the remainder of the academic year.

WHENWednesday, March 24th

TIME: Live virtual sessions at 10am, 11am and 12:30pm

WHERE: at your home

COST: $15 family/$12 member. (discounts available for ACCESS holders)

FOR MORE INFORMATION: or to register click here

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Battleship New Jersey Student Day

WHAT: Monthly classes. Information isn’t up for March’s Day, but mark your calendars and check back!
Registered guests can experience a guided tour of the Battleship and a classroom-style lesson. 

WHEN: Wednesday, March 24th

TIME: 9-11am

WHERE: Battleship New Jersey 62 Battleship Place. Camden, NJ 08103

COST: $5 adult/students

FOR MORE INFORMATIONClick HERE

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Museum of the American Revolution

History Explorers Club: Spies of the Revolution

WHAT: Gather up, History Explorers, but be sneaky about it! In this super-secret meeting, join museum staff as we learn about the spies of the Revolution! From shopkeepers to enslaved men who served as double agents, let’s discover who they were and all the ways they operated undercover. We’ll solve some of our own puzzles, uncover some secret messages, and discover why George Washington thought spies were an important part of victory. 

If you missed February’s Club: Be sure to check out the link to watch a 20-minute performance, she portrays Ona Judge, an enslaved woman who ran away from George and Martha Washington’s household in Philadelphia, and other activities. https://www.amrevmuseum.org/events/history-explorers-club-who-was-ona-judge

History Explorers Club playdates are best enjoyed by ages 7-11 but fun for all kids.

WHENSaturday, March 20th

TIME: 11:30-12:30

WHERE: at your home

COST: $7 per family, $4 members

FOR MORE INFORMATIONClick HERE

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Mark Your Calendars!!!

Park Days at Tyler State Park

WHAT: Join us for the 1st Park Day of the season at the Tyler Dam! We’ll have a campfire in the pavilion by the boat rental and marshmallows to toast. Come on out & see old friends and make some new ones! Park days are ALL ages. There are a lot of tweens/teens that attend regularly. In fact they outnumbered the ‘little ones’ last year. 😉Tell them to bring their sketchbooks, ukuleles, guitars, poi, or any other portable ‘Thing Of Interest’ to share or show-off. They make great ice breakers, especially for the older kids!

WHEN: Thursday, April 1st (And every Thursday afterwards until October 28)!!!

TIME: 1pm-4pm

WHERE: Tyler State Park 101 Swamp Rd, Newtown, PA 18940
If you use the main entrance off of Swamp Rd/413:
– at the traffic light turn into the park, drive past the park office.
– at the stop sign turn right.
– follow the road up, around, around the other way, down the hill, as you come down the hill there will be a road on your left, turn in there, the playground is a walk through the tree to the right.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Check out Bucks Co. Homeschool Community Facebook Page

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Book Sale Coming!!! (UPDATED)

Used Book Sale is being put together by a gal from Bucks County. I will post more information as it appears.

When: Saturday, May 8th

Time: 10am-1pm

Where: Camp Men-O-Lan 1415 Doerr Rd, Quakertown, PA 18951
The Palace Room at The Proper Brewing Company 117 W Broad Street Quakertown, PA 18951

Serious VENDOR inquiries appreciated via google form: Found Here

This is a mask-optional event.

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Lightlab Science Curriculum Training

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WHAT: Are you are interested in teaching about the Nature of Light with a Christian perspective? Join us for three monthly workshops to learn how!

Each workshop will cover four chapters from the book, including the background and activities. So you can begin teaching after the first workshop. There is no charge, but we ask that you own the Lightlab book prior to attending.

WHEN: online this Saturday, February 13, March 13 11am-12pm (US ET)

LIGHTLAB, a book for children 8-12 years old, offers: • 12 lessons on the nature of light  • over 25 hands-on activities  • Bible lessons on Jesus, the Light of the world 
The Workshop is free but registration is required. If you don’t own the Lightlab book, we ask that you obtain one. Science supplies are available upon demand.


FOR MORE INFORMATION or TO REGISTERgo to https://www.lightlabetc.com/events