Homeschool Homeschool Day

Join us at the Museum for a special day of programs for Homeschool students!

Registered homeschool students and their educator(s) receive free admission to the Museum from September - June with proof of homeschool status. We require confirmation of registration from a school/division/association, or a homeschool status card.


Booking Information

To register email

Please indicate your first and second preferred course dates.

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Homeschool Day - Program Schedule

Friday, May 18, 2018

Call to register for programs.


 10:30 a.m.  *Create-a-cast – $10/student (ages 4+; geared towards ages under 10)
   Seven Wonders of the Badlands – $6/student (ages 4+, geared towards ages 10+)
 12:30 p.m.     Dino Adventure Hour – $10/student (ages 3 – 6)
  Raptors in Action – $6/student (ages 7 – 12)
   Survivors of Change – $6/student (ages 12+)
 2:00 p.m.      *Create-a-cast – $10/student (ages 4+; geared towards ages 10+)
   Seven Wonders of the Badlands – $6/student (ages 4+, geared towards ages under 10)

*Create-a-cast program involves making a fossil cast and then painting it. This program is 75 minutes long.

Age Restrictions:

Students must be at least 4 years old to attend Homeschool Day programs.

Younger siblings, aged 0 – 3 years old, are not permitted to attend, or participate in, any portion of the Homeschool programs. There are no exceptions.

Children 3 and under are welcome to visit the Museum galleries, provided they are accompanied by an adult at all times.


Students ages 4-11 must be accompanied by an adult chaperone (18+) during Seven Wonders of the Badlands and Dino Adventure Hour. Adult chaperones are strongly encouraged to accompany their student(s) to the Create-a-cast and Raptors in Action programs, if possible.

We require a minimum 1:5 ratio of adult chaperones to students during Create-a-cast, Seven Wonders of the Badlands, and Raptors in Action programs. For Dino Adventure Hour, we require one adult per group of children, to a maximum of one adult per child.

Students ages 12+ are permitted to attend programs without an adult chaperone.

Due to space constraints, a maximum of one adult chaperone per student will be admitted into the program (e.g., 2 adults cannot accompany 1 student, but 2 adults can accompany 2 or more students).

Adult chaperones (18+) cannot participate in programs, but can attend free of charge as supervisors.

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