Homeschool Days @BCM
As part of our commitment to provide educational services for all students, BCM is excited to host the following events for homeschool students. Recommended for homeschool students in second through fifth grades. Cost: free for BCM members plus a $3 craft fee per student. For non-members, cost is $5 plus a $3 craft fee per student. Price includes museum admission.
The Underground Railroad
Wednesday, February 13, 2-3 p.m.
Learn about the many hazards escaped slaves faced in the 1800s in Northern Kentucky and the heroic conductors who aided them, plus make a freedom quilt square to take home!
A Civil War Soldier’ s Life
Wednesday, March 13, 2-3 p.m.
Learn what life as a soldier in the 1860s was like. Learn how to make hardtack, a staple in a Civil War soldier's diet- and try some too!
Life of an Artist on the River: Harlan Hubbard
Wednesday, April 10, 2-3 p.m.
Learn about this Kentucky artist who lived a spartan life with his wife Anna along the Ohio River while writing, playing music and creating art, and make a small painting of your own to take home.
The Science of Slime
Wednesday, May 8, 2-3 p.m.
Make (and keep) two or more types of slime; analyze using the scientific method.