This 10-week program meets Tuesdays, February 14 to April 18, 1–2:30 p.m.
Maryland’s Eastern Shore has experienced tremendous change through time. Did you know that the dinosaur Astrodon thrived here in the Early Cretaceous, and wooly mammoths roamed the land during the last polar ice age? Or that Woodland Indians harvested tulip trees for their dug-out canoes, and settlers used pokeberries to make ink? Homeschoolers will explore the history of Maryland’s Eastern Shore through exciting, hands-on activities, including target practice with hand-crafted bows and arrows, natural dye-making, and an archaeological dig.
**Time Travel for Homeschool Students is designed for students in grades 2-5. Age-appropriate reading and writing activities are required. Students should dress for the weather, wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring a pencil to class.**