Homeschool Days 2013 – 2014
The Early Years: Before We Became a Nation
Join us this school year as we explore the Upcountry’s colonial history. What did a Cherokee village look like? Why did the Scots-Irish settle in the Upcountry? How did the Revolutionary War shape today’s landscape? Discover the answers to these questions and more through primary resources, hands-on activities, and in-depth discussions.
Thank you for your survey responses. Based on the results, we have made some changes to how we execute home school days:
- Thursdays are no longer being offered; however, we will continue to offer program for middle and high school students on Fridays during the morning and afternoon sessions.
- Programs will be offered during the morning and afternoon sessions for these age groups at different locations in the museum:
- Ages 2-5 Story-hour, craft, snack (please bring your own), and free-play
- Ages 6-8 Presentation & hands-on activity
- Ages 9-16 Lecture & discussion
- Due to space constrictions in these spaces, parents need to register their children by age group.
The following will remain the same:
- Seats are $5.00 for UHMFU MEMBERS: students (Ages 2-16) and teachers; $6.50 for NON-UHMFU MEMBERS; and, children under 2 are free.
- Online pre-registration is required.
- All students must be accompanied by an adult to the event; please use your discretion to determine which child/program you accompany.
- Programs are from 10:00-12:00 and 1:30-3:30.
Please call to register, (864) 467-3100 x 104
May 16th: The Upcountry & The American Revolution
Spend the day on Heritage Green! The Bob Jones Museum and Gallery on Heritage Green offers their Homeschool Days on most of these same dates. Guests can visit one institution in the morning and visit the other in the afternoon, and vice versa. For information on BJU M&G homeschool programs and registration, visit their website.
Questions? Check our Homeschool FAQ’s.
For further information contact Kathy Kime at firstname.lastname@example.org /864-467-3100 x104.