Home School Discovery Adventures
Home School children, ages 4-8, are invited to join us for our new Discovery Adventures Program.
Each adventure includes hands-on activities and gallery explorations. Programs run 45-60 minutes in length and begin promptly at 1:00PM. Please plan to arrive by 12:45 to check in.
Members: $8 per child/Free for Adults
Non-Members: $8 per person entering the Museum. (Adults who are dropping off their child/children for the program will not be charged a fee unless they are entering the Museum).
Advanced registration is required.
For further information, contact Allison Ryan at [email protected] or 973.971.3718
Endangered Species Program Full
Thursday, March 23, 1:00PM
Students will engage in a lively discussion about endangered species. They will also examine how both nature and human actions affect all living things. A group activity focused on food chains will teach students about the profound effect that one action can have on all living things.
Learn, Look, and Write!
Thursday, April 20, 1:00PM
Students will examine a variety of objects from the Museum’s collection and learn to describe, analyze and interpret artwork. The program will focus on the four stages of art criticism and will enable students to understand and analyze various types of art.
Thursday, May 25, 1:00PM
This program allows students to get up close to actual specimens of beetles, butterflies, and other insects. The students will learn what makes these tiny animals unique and so important to our environment. This Home School Discovery program is made possible in part by BASF.
Members: FREE with advance registration