Saturday, February 2, 2008

Science Workshop Series at the Franklin Institute!

Homeschool Days at The Franklin Institute

Implementing quality science instruction into your child's curriculum can be challenging. Why not let The Franklin Institute provide you with the resources of one of America’s premier science museums? During our workshops, children interact with real scientists, utilize The Franklin Institute’s specialized equipment, visit exhibits and explore science through hands-on experimentation.

Exploration of Anatomy and Physiology

  • Explore the systems of the human body
  • Learn basic dissection skills
  • Dissect real animals and organs

February 18th, 10:30-3:30
(7-10 years old)
$72/ student (member)
$80/student (non member)


February 28th, 10:30-3:30
(11-14 years old)
$72/ student (member)
$80/student (non member)

Brain Awareness Day

  • Explore the form and function of the brain
  • Examine and dissect real specimens
  • Participate in our annual “Brain Awareness” programming

March 13th, 10:30-3:30
(all ages)
$72/student (member)
$80/student (non member)

Night out at the Observatory
  • Learn about telescope optics
  • Explore our observatory and view the night sky with Derrick Pitts
  • Create tools to explore and understand our galaxy

April 2nd, 4:30pm- 8:00pm
(all ages/ rain or shine)
$72/ student (member)
$80/student (non member)

To Register:
Print, fill out, and fax or mail the Homeschool Registration Form (PDF) to attend the program. If you need further information, call 215.448.1346.

For registration information contact:
All other questions contact: or (215)448-1346

For more information:
call 215-448-1346 or
visit their website