Virtual Homeschool Days

The Museum of History and Holocaust Education invites you to our free Virtual Homeschool Days this summer! For more information, please scroll down for frequently asked questions, or email Education Manager, Andrea Miskewicz.

Upcoming Programs:

August 19, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. EST - World War II & Holocaust Myths Debunked | Registration Now Open (Click Here)

September 23, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. EST - War Refugees: Finding a New Home in a Post-War World | Registration Now Open (Click Here)

Frequently Asked Questions:

If this is taking place online, why do I need to register?

Two reasons: First, so we can share participation with the folks who help us keep these programs free & accessible! Second, because our live, online space has a limited participation allowance (for now).

What is a Virtual Homeschool Day?

One month prior to the Virtual Homeschool Day, registrants will receive a link and password for three online lessons connected to the topic for the month. These lessons are 30 minutes each. Throughout the month, student participants can work on/view the lessons at their leisure. On the designated Virtual Homeschool Day, members of the Education Team will facilitate an hour-long (live) session (with games, Q&A, etc.) to recap the activities. 

What do I need to participate?

 A device (computer, tablet, phone), Internet access, and Zoom (free software/app).

Who can participate?

All activities are designed for home-school students ages 9+. We are happy to virtually host home-school families from near and far!