Florida Homeschool Programs

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Below is an alphabetical list of museums, science centers and organizations offering ongoing homeschool programs in Florida.  If you would like to narrow your search to programs in your area, please enter your city in the search box. If you know of a program you would like to share with other homeschoolers, please contact us. If you are looking for upcoming homeschool events, special educational programs, and annual conventions and conferences, please see our Homeschool Events Calendar.

Big Cypress National Preserve

Big Cypress National Preserve is located between the cities of Miami and Naples, Florida. Join a Big Cypress Park Ranger or Volunteer for programs that explore the wonders of the Big Cypress Swamp and the Everglades ecosystem. Visit their website for information on their Ranger-led activities. All Ranger-led programs are * free! (Ochopee)

Cookin' Kidz

Cookin' Kidz offers homeschool classes that teach children a lifelong understanding and acceptance of healthly food choices through an interactive hands-on cooking program.  They are a traveling cooking school. They bring all the ingredients, cooking supplies, equipment and lots of fun cooking to location.  Call 754-422-7163 for registration information and additional inquiries.

Crystal Kids Yoga

Crystal Kids Yoga! is offering a weekly (Thursdays) fun-paced yoga class for homeschoolers ages 3–13 that includes songs, games, traditional yoga poses, and relaxation to nourish their bodies, minds, and spirits. Benefits of yoga include increased focus and concentration, better emotional management, stress reduction, compassion, confidence, strength and flexibility, and HAPPINESS! (Tamarac)

Deering Estate at Cutler

The Deering Estate at Cutler is an environmental, archeological and historical preserve offering a variety of homeschool educational programs. Includes the ECO-ACADEMY (ages 5 and up) , the Marine Conservation Science & Policy Service Learning Program (ages 9 and up), the Wildlife Conservation Studies (ages 9 and up), and the Global Studies Program (ages 5 and up). Please visit their website for detailed information about these programs. (Miami)

Edison & Ford Winter Estates

The Edison & Ford Winter Estates offers a unique opportunity for home school families to learn together about the life and work of Thomas Edison and how our lives are impacted today by his genius.  Edison’s work spanned many different fields ranging from electricity to plant science.  Taking an interdisciplinary approach to science, invention and history, the Edison Ford Home School program will explore many of these topics. Each session examines a particular aspect of scientific achievement using engineering challenges, invention or local history. Grades K-6.  Programs are led by Edison Ford education faculty and staff and include time to tour the historical homes, gardens, research lab and museum. (Fort Myers)