The North Carolina Museum of Natural Science is not only one of the great treasures to the Triangle, but also to the Triangle Homeschooling community. They've have fully embraced the importance and contribution of the growing population of homeschoolers and have made a huge effort at embracing us through special programs and offerings.
If you were not already aware of the special classes that the museum offers homeschoolers in the triangle now is a great time to learn more and connect your students with some of the great science and research that is going on right here in downtown Raleigh.
Did you know North Carolina is one of the top solar states in the nation? Learn the fundamental science and technology behind solar energy in this interactive class with live demonstrations and hands-on activities.
Using specimens from bird and mammal collections, students analyze the similarities and differences in anatomy, form and function between these animal groups and how they are affected by environmental change.
Like robots? Ever wanted to make one? This beginner’s level class is for any scientist eleven years old and older who wants to learn how to make their own real robot.
In this two-part series, students will attend a lecture and a lab on climate change.
July 15, 1942 was an unfortunate day for the sailors of three Allied ships and a German U-boat patrolling off the coast of Cape Hatteras, NC. Before the day was over, several would be dead, and their vessels sunk or wrecked.