Home School Programs
How to Register
Click on the session link to register and pay online! Morning 10 am-11:30 am and afternoon 12:00 pm-1:30 pm sessions will be offered for each program. Programs run rain or shine and no refunds or exchanges are permitted. Contact email@example.com or 920-448-5150 ext. 200 with questions.
Unless otherwise noted, all participants are $7/each regardless of age (including any adults).
All home school programs are for ages 6 and up unless otherwise noted.
2020 Home School Programs
Discover Heritage Hill
September 16 Explore Heritage Hill’s “Growing Community” and learn about life from 1850 to the end of the 19th century.
Playthings from the Past
Play indoor and outdoor (weather permitting) games from the past.
Learn about the history of Thanksgiving.
Create a historical handmade craft just in time for the holidays.
2021 Home School Programs
Dress in your outdoor winter gear and learn winter survival skills such as fire starting, trapping, and how to build a shelter.
Wear your snowshoes or winter boots and discover hidden trails at Heritage Hill.
Explore the Fur Trade
Barter and trade with the Fur Trader and learn about the life of Voyageurs.
Celebrate Arbor Day and Earth Day and learn about U.S. National Parks with the Wisconsin Historical Society traveling exhibit Wisconsin’s John Muir.
Wisconsin Women in History
Learn about amazing women that shaped Wisconsin history.
Sheep to Shawl
Discover the world of wool from sheep shearing to knitting and weaving.
Get your hands dirty and work in our historic gardens with heirloom seeds and plants.
August 18 View the Wisconsin Historical Society’s traveling exhibit and learn how Wisconsin’s plants, animals, and people have been shaped by waterways.
Be An Archaeologist
September 15 Dive into the field of archaeology by conducting a site investigation and identifying artifacts.
The Life of Caddie Woodlawn
Experience what life was like for character Caddie Woodlawn in 1860s Wisconsin.
Childhood in the 1930’s
Play games and make crafts from the 1930’s.
Experience Victorian Christmas traditions and create holiday crafts.