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Homeschool Happenings! is an online newsletter for homeschoolers and families in the Northern Delaware, South Eastern Pennsylvania area, providing information about classes, programs, workshops, performances, exhibits, opportunities, events, etc., i.e. Happenings! Material to be considered for inclusion may be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Museum Explorer Mornings
This program is for children ages 3 to 10 accompanied by an adult. It includes a gallery tour and art project.
Note new starting times: Session A: 10 to 11:30 a.m. Session B: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Thursday, July 10 Cool Colors
Explore what colors are hot and what colors are not! On a gallery tour, learn how artists use colors to create paintings. Next, design a colorful composition using Cray-pas oil pastels.
Thursday, July 17 Treasure Tales
Discover Treasure Island and other stories through illustrations from the museum's collection. Then, decorate a box to hold small treasures with assorted gems, shells and other materials.
Thursday, July 24 Animated Animals
Search the museum for animals of every shape and size in paintings and sculpture, then create your own three-dimensional animal from pipe cleaners, pompoms and more!
Thursday, July 31 Seasonal Scenes
Journey through four seasons in scenes of lazy summer days, fall colors, winter wonderlands and spring blossoms. Afterwards, make a tissue paper landscape of your favorite time of year.
Tuesday, July 8 Shadows and Shapes
Learn artists' techniques for making painted and drawn objects look real, including their use of scale, shading, shapes and color. Next, create still life compositions with oil pastels.
Tuesday, July 15 Putting It into Perspective
Analyze artists' depictions of interior and exterior spaces, including their use of line, perspective and scale. After, capture the museum building from different angles in pencil and watercolor.
Tuesday, July 22 Portrait Study
Investigate how artists create likeness whether portraying famous persons or close friends. Then, experiment with pose and setting while drawing a self-portrait.
Reservations are required and space is limited. Workshops are free with museum admission of $8 per adult; $5 children six and over and seniors; children under six and museum members are free.
To register, contact the education office at 610-388-8382 or email@example.com. When leaving a message, include program date(s) and session(s); your name, phone number, and the number of children and adults attending.For more information:
Brandywine River Museum
Telephone: (610) 388-2700
Hours: Daily, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
(Extended hours until 6:00 p.m., Dec. 26-30)
Closed Christmas Day
Adults, $8.00; seniors (65+),
Students with ID and children ages 6-12, $5.00.
Free for children under 6 and Brandywine Conservancy members.
Lums Pond State Park
1068 Howell School Road
Bear, DE 19701
First State Children’s Theater Company (FSCTC) is Delaware’s statewide, professional theater for young audiences and families, presenting productions of classic plays and adaptations of classic literature for all generations. The FSCTC is committed that great stories appeal to all age groups.
Each year the FSCTC presents a fall main stage production that opens in Wilmington at the Delaware Theatre Company then moves to the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover and finally tours to locations in Sussex county. The FSCTC also presents an annual live radio broadcast of A Christmas Carol. Throughout the school year the FSCTC offers as extensive theatre education programFirst State Children's Theater also offers residencies for schools and homeschools using the Radio Days model. Artist-in-residency programs can be developed for students perform a radio play based on a classic book.