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HomeSchool Programs

Homeschool Family Science Club

Kids ages 7–12, plus an adult companion, work as a team and dive into the exciting world of science! These hands-on programs will run Wednesday afternoons and cover a variety of topics. All materials are included in the price. For questions, please contact us at schoolservices@fwmsh.org or 817-255-9522 

For a list of upcoming programs and to sign up, please click here!

Homeschool Family Science Club

Preschool Family STEAM Club

Looking for fun activities for your preschool-aged children? Join us for Preschool Family STEAM Club! This 45-minute program is designed for children ages 3-6 and their adult family member to work together to learn about science, technology, engineering, art and math through exciting hands-on activities. Programs cover a variety of topics and are held on Tuesday afternoons onsite at the museum. All materials are included in the price. For questions, please contact us at schoolservices@fwmsh.org or 817-255-9522 

For a list of upcoming programs and to sign up, please click here!

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NEW!

"Story Coding" Program

Starting March 23rd, join us for a special collaboration with the University of Texas at Arlington's Education Department: a six-week workshop on “story coding. This program is designed to promote children’s computational thinking and early coding concepts using children’s literature. Story coding is a playful and hands-on way for young children to explore and experiment with early coding. In addition, children will participate in fun STEAM activities and play with programmable toys.

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Virtual Field Trips

Our live or pre-recorded virtual field trip options are a great way to enhance your Homeschool curriculum. Discover the stories of exploring space, dive into the world of dinosaurs, and much more. For a list of current programs and pricing, click here.

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Custom programming

Looking for a program to cover a specific topic for your homeschool co-op or group? We will be happy to work with you to design and schedule a program to enhance your curriculum! We offer both in-person and virtual programming options to best meet your needs. Topics we can cover for you include, but are not limited to:

  • Circuits and electricity
  • Circulatory System (with animal heart dissection)
  • Vision (with animal eye dissection)
  • Animal adaptations
  • Dinosaurs and fossils
  • The brain
  • DNA
  • Earth systems
  • Chemistry with acids and bases
  • STEM challenges

Programs must be booked at least four weeks in advance and some topics are not available in a virtual format. To discuss custom programming options, please contact us at schoolservices@fwmsh.org or 817-255-9522.

Pre-Taped Programs

Starting at

$50

Program cost varies based on material needs. Programs are 30-45 minutes for up to 30 students, valid for 24 hours. Additional days may be added for $15/day.

Live Virtual Programs

Starting at

$75

Program cost varies based on material needs. Programs are 30-45 minutes for up to 30 students.

On-site Programs

Starting at

$125

Program cost varies based on number of students and material needs.

Discovery Lab Online

Check out short science and history videos, plus experiments and activities that you can do at home with your family! We add new video content often, as well as feature special topics for holidays and special events.

Homeschool Programs Details

Please note, all current programming held onsite at the Museum will adhere to the following protocols:

  • All COVID-19 health and safety guidelines remain in effect for this event. To see what we're doing to keep everyone safe, click here.
  • All children must be accompanied by a ticketed adult.
  • A ticketed adult may bring more than one child.
  • All Museum exhibits and the Stars Café will remain closed for weekday events.
  • All parking in the Cultural District is managed by the City of Fort Worth and usually costs between $3.00 and $10.00. The Museum can only validate parking for its members.
  • Please enter through the main entrance at 1600 Gendy Street.

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