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Frosty Drew Homeschool Science Programs

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Science classes to supplement the education of homeschool students. Families from all over Rhode Island meet at the center, where small, intimate classes and hands-on learning help to feed young minds hungry for knowledge. Each class focuses on the biology of an animal or group of animals, including anatomy, life cycle, habitat, adaptations, and diversity. Classes feature a presentation in the Sky Theatre, including video clips and pictures to illustrate concepts, interaction with a live animal or dissection specimen, and a game or craft related to the lesson. Past students have observed tadpoles metamorphosing into frogs in Little Nini, traveled to the Mystic Aquarium to see and touch sharks, and even written their names in squid ink after dissection. Frosty Drew’s Homeschool Science Programs cultivates a true excitement for the wonders of the natural world.

Resources: Academic enrichment (academic classes, tutoring, testing, etc.)
Area served:Charlestown
State(s):Rhode Island
Website:https://frostydrew.org/naturecenter/homeschool.php
Location:62 Park Lane, Charlestown, RI 02813, United States

Frosty Drew Homeschool Science Programs

62 Park Lane, Charlestown, RI 02813, United States

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