Join us for our January home school day, where we will discuss why we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. day and discuss his “I have a dream” speech, along with other dreams that defined the 1960s era — most notably, the first man landing on the moon. There will be several engaging, hands-on ways for students to participate in the lesson, and it will conclude with an “out of this world” competition educational competition.
The content for this lesson has been designed to be appropriate for all ages. The activities have been designed to challenge students up to 12th grade. (Younger parents may receive assistance from parents.) Although the majority of the lesson will take place indoors, please note that if weather permits, we may step outside for a brief portion of the lesson that should last no more than 10 minutes. (We have an indoor backup plan for inclement weather.) Please dress appropriately and/or bring a jacket.
Pre-registration is required. You may use the ticket link on this page or contact the museum at 864-898-5963 to register. These events are held monthly and are free for family membership cardholders or $3 per student for non-members.