2018 Homeschool Classes
Gallatin History Museum will host four different class packages in 2018. Each series is intended for a different age group, and follows a different learning theme. Our classes are interactive, and focus on student participation and object-based learning. Students will work towards creating a final presentation, and will receive a variety of take-home resources.
Students must register for all four classes to participate. Once you are registered, we will send you an information packet with further details.
Classes take place from 9 am to 12 pm at Gallatin History Museum. Please see below for class dates.
Registration for each class series is $120 for non-members, and $75 for members or family pass holders.
2018 Class Series Dates:
Gallatin Valley History, Ages 7-10
February 2, 9, 16, 23 Students will learn about the history of Gallatin Valley and its communities. Topics will include the gold rush, Fort Ellis, the Bozeman Trail, local architecture, historical clothing, agriculture, and American Indian cultural history.
Gallatin Valley Science, Ages 7-13 April 6, 13, 20, 27 This class will explore our community history and local ecosystem through lessons about agriculture, animals, plants, homesteading, and biology. Students will participate in experiments and hands-on learning, and will get to design their own science project.
Gallatin Valley History, Ages 11-16 September 7, 14, 21, 28 Designed specifically for middle-schoolers, this class will help students develop important research and writing skills while studying the historical and cultural heritage of Gallatin Valley.
Museums and Communities, Ages 9-16 December 4, 7, 11, 14 How can museums preserve community stories? What do artifacts tell us about our heritage, and how do we decide which ones to protect? How are exhibits designed? This class series will introduce students to exhibit design, illustration, artifact preservation, and local history.