Homeschool STEAM Life Academy
January 2023 – May 2023
Program Times (K – 5):
Tuesday, Twice a Month from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
About the Program:
Homeschool STEAM Life Academy @ MOSH (S.L.A.M.) is a new initiative to inspire the joy of learning in science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) through courses on a wide array of topics for students in Kindergarten to 5th Grades.
Homeschool S.L.A.M. sessions allow homeschoolers to receive a hands-on classroom experience as a form of supplemental education. Within each lesson, students will investigate, design, test, create, and collaborate to accomplish goals, earning a certificate of completion at the end of a module as proof of their growing knowledge in STEAM subjects.
Students Will Gain:
- STEAM Conceptual Understanding including awareness, knowledge, understanding, or use of STEM concepts, facts, phenomena, theory, explanations, and models
- Skills including use of techniques, tools, development and implementation of investigations
- Practices related to STEAM as a way of knowing (e.g. manipulate, test, explore, predict, question, observe, and make sense of the natural and physical world)
- Engagement in STEAM activities, learning practices, tools and language, topics, concepts, phenomena, theories, or careers
- Interest, Excitement, & Motivation to learn about STEAM topics, phenomena, concepts, and theories or to pursue STEAM careers
- Identity & Dispositions as Learners who know about, use, and contribute to science, or who think/act like a STEAM professional
- Workforce Readiness for 21st-Century and STEAM-related jobs
Program Pricing & Registration:
Price per Session | $40 per student
Class size: 20
All registration must take place online at least 24 hours before the start of class. No walk-ins will be accepted.
For more information or assistance, please contact MOSH’s Education Manager at Kconnell@themosh.org or (904) 396-6674 ext. 213.
Homeschool STEAM Life Academy @ MOSH (Grades K – 5)
Together we will investigate the animals that live in the waters around Florida. We’ll build model ocean habitats; collect, test, and compare actual water samples from various local sources; and learn how we study the animals of the ocean. We’ll also learn about the impacts that humans have on the oceans and various organizations working to preserve our oceans and keystone species in Northeast Florida.
Human Body Machine
The human body is a marvelous natural machine. From the nervous system to the digestive system, to our muscles, bones and hearts; through many hands-on lessons, interactions with medical experts, and explorations of the human body systems through VR and the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium, in this program you will discover how each of our major body systems work together to make us move!
Registration & Program Guidelines
In order to secure spots for a particular program, payment must be made before the day of the program. Once a program is sold out, no further tickets will be available for purchase online or in person.
Participants arriving more than 20 minutes late will not be admitted into the program. Refunds or credits will not be given to late or no-show groups.
If you have any difficulty, please call 904.396.MOSH (6674), ext. 213 for more information.