Knock-Out Non-Fiction: Weather

In this Knock-Out Non-Fiction, Miss Megan and Miss Sarah explore the weather. In this video, Miss Megan reads Totally Amazing Facts About Weather by Jaclyn Jaycox and Raindrops on a Roller Coaster: Hail by Belinda Jensen & Renee Kurilla. In the second and third videos, Miss Sarah shows you how Read More

Knock-Out Non-Fiction: Ancient Egypt

In this Knock-Out Non-Fiction, Miss Megan and Miss Nicole cover Ancient Egypt. In this video, Miss Megan reads If You Were a Kid Making a Pyramid by Lawrence Schimel & Jenn Ely. In the second video, Miss Nicole shows you how to make an Ancient Egyptian-inspired necklace out of a Read More

March Homeschool Hub

Homeschooling children in grades K-6 can come in to our Homeschool Hub at 1:30 PM. Here are the Hub dates for March. March 6: 3D Pen Workshop March 10: Disaster Island Use LEGO to create your own island and then wait for disaster to strike! What will you do to Read More

Xavier Riddle & the Wright Brothers

With the help of PBS Kids’s Xavier Riddle, we’ll visit the Wright Brothers and learn how they pioneered flight on March 4 at 4:30 PM. Grades K-3 will create their own planes and experiment with other propulsion methods. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334.

February Homeschool Hubs

Homeschooling children in grades K-6 can come in to our Homeschool Hub at 1:30 PM. Here are the Hub dates for February. Feb. 7: X-Treme Science Feb. 11: Build a City Feb. 21: Celebrating Black Artists Feb 25: Fakemon Pokemon! Register by clicking the appropriate link or by calling 412-269-0334.

Homeschool Hub: Disaster Science

Homeschooling children are invited to this special programming just for them! Each week will feature a different activity and age group. On October 8 at 1 PM, kids 7-10 years old will examine historic events such as earthquakes and The Titanic and then simulate their own science experiments based on Read More

Club Tween: What a Disaster!

Learn about some of the biggest disasters in history. On September 19 at 4:30 PM, tweens in grades 5 & 6 will examine the Titanic, the Hindenburg, and the Roman city of Pompeii. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334.

Exploring Ancient Egypt

Join the Carnegie Museum of Natural History on August 2 at 6 PM for Exploring Ancient Egypt. Unearth the wonders of ancient Egypt by linking its art, architecture, writing, artifacts, and mummies with the unique desert landscape along the Nile. Grades 3-5 welcome with registration. This event is WAIT LIST Read More

Life of a Soldier

What is it like to be a soldier? On June 25 at 1 PM, children in grades 4-8 will learn about the life of a soldier and explore museum artifacts from the Soldiers and Sailors Museum of Pittsburgh. Register online or by calling 412-269-0334.

The Butterfly Project

The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh will be here on June 20 at 10 AM for a very special event: The Butterfly Project. Participants in this inter-generational project will learn about children who died in the Holocaust. Each participant will receive a card with the story of a specific child and Read More