At the entrance is a soaring climbing structure to the mezzanine–the ‘Landmark Climbing Structure’–reminiscent of the skyline of city. Children may also explore pattern and preservation in the ‘Mission Courtyard’, open a bank account for museum currency in the Good $Cents Bank, or conduct their own scientific experiments in ‘Leonardo’s Workshop’. Continue reading
Discover a world of arts and creativity, science and technology, culture, health and history. Welcome to the McKenna Children’s Museum a stimulating environment dedicated to promoting the overall well-being of children. Continue reading
Witte Museum on the banks of the San Antonio River promises fun for all ages. Continue reading
San Antonio Museum of Art is home to the region’s finest display of Greek and Roman antiquities, Asian art and European and American paintings. Continue reading
Are the best things in life free or do you get what you pay for? I think this selection of free museum days in San Antonio is probably a mix of the two. Would a visit to the missions be dramatically better if the National Park Service charged a fee for the visit? Probably not–or at least not worth the price.
Yet I think a case could be made that a visit to the Alamo would be much more informative if an admission fee was charged. If nothing else, the free days at the museums that otherwise charge an admissions fee allows you to visit and decide it you think it would be worth it return and pay the regular price. Continue reading
Some education resources are obvious, some are under utilized by homeschoolers, and some just don’t make the average homeschooler’s radar.
6. Scholastic Warehouse Sale
Every December and May Scholastic has a warehouse sale for Book Fair volunteers, school employees, and teachers–that includes homeschoolers. Everything is discounted up to 80% and there will be thousands of items less than a dollar. Continue reading
Some education resources are obvious, some are under-utilized by homeschoolers, and some just don’t make the average homeschooler’s radar. Continue reading