Homeschool Science Series
This fall, homeschool students will study Navigation.
In September, we will learn to navigate using maps, compasses and by GPS. In October, we’ll use the planetarium to learn how to use the sun and stars to find our way. In November, our focus will be on animals and how they navigate within our state and on great migration routes.
This is a drop off program.
Ages: 5-7, 8-12.
Date and Topic:
September 8 “Compasses, GPS and Maps”
October 6 “Using the North Star”
November 3 “Animal Navigation”
Learn more about Georgia’s symbols by diving into animals and plants that represent Georgia.
January 12 We will focus on the animals that represent Georgia. From the Brown Thrasher to the gopher tortoise we will learn the adaptations and significance of the animals.
February 9 We will focus on plants that represent Georgia. We will learn about crops, trees, and even some of the non-native plant symbols of Georgia.
Time: 10:00 a.m. - Noon
Fee: $4 ACC student per class, $6 Non-resident student per class. Preregistration required one day in advance.
Location: Education & Visitor Center, Sandy Creek Nature Center, (706) 613-3615 X 0