Home School program


Explore the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in the Museum of Discovery and Science’s homeschool classes. Students in grades 3-5 from the local homeschool community can attend sessions designed to complement homeschool science curriculums and make homeschooling more convenient, interactive and  engaging for your family.

Check-in: 9:45 a.m.

Classes: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Cost: $15 per person

Parents should register and attend with their child(ren).


SAVE $10 Purchase THREE class dates before September 9, and pay ONLY $35 per person.

To Register, please call 954.713.0930 or email booking@mods.net.


Homeschool Class Dates:

Life Up Close  September 16, 2019

Much of the living world is too small to be seen with the human eye. Students will use magnifying glasses, microscopes and edible diagrams to better understand what life looks like up close.


Fly Zone in the Makerspace October 21, 2019

It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s a rocket! Let’s blast off and learn about propulsion and force by making and engineering several items, which can be launched within the classroom.


Power On!  November 18, 2019

Build up your electrons for a shocking experience! Explore different types of energy and see how electrons create electricity. Students will light up the room with bright experiments.


Bot Me Up in the Makerspace January 27, 2020

Have you ever wondered how robots work? Have you ever wanted to see if you can make one yourself? Students will create, program and draw with a robot in the new Makerspace!


STEAM DAY  February 24, 2020

Let’s add the “Art” into STEM to have one STEAM-y fun day. Students will push the limits of creativity as we explore dirty, messy and colorful science.


Engineering and Design  March 16, 2020

Ready, Set … Go! Students will investigate the design process, be introduced to a variety of careers in engineering and will get their competitive juices flowing with a rollercoaster, bridge and tower building competition.


Investigating What is Inside of Me April 20, 2020

Delve into the world of human biology using hands-on activities to learn about how our bodies work and what makes us all different from each other. Provided by GlaxoSmithKlineCurriculum.


Climate Change: Past, Present and Future May 18, 2020

Our planet and climate are continually moving and changing. Students will investigate the past and future of climate change, the greenhouse effect, global weather disruptions, and what humans are doing to step up climate resiliency.




The Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) is closed to the public in accordance with Governor DeSantis’ Executive Order 20-112 stating that interactive exhibits remain closed. During this time, please connect through engaging virtual STEM content on our social media platforms @modsftl. Please enjoy these videos and check our website for future updates. 

To our scientastic MODS Members: We are committed to you! We are extending ALL memberships upon renewal. One year = 18 months. We thank you for your continued support. 

We look forward to re-opening our doors and welcoming all back to the Museum.