Join us for our NEW homeschool programs. Students will learn about a variety of topics ranging from biology, geology, chemistry, and physics to technology, engineering, robotics, & forensics. Join us weekly, monthly, or just pick your favorite topics, but register today because space is limited and programs sell out quickly!

Onsite workshops will be limited to a maximum of 15 participants to allow for social distancing. Families with multiple children are encouraged to reduce the number of adults in the classroom. Only one adult chaperone per family may stay in the classroom. Due to space limitations, non-participating students cannot be accommodated in the classroom. Member families may have another adult member in the museum exhibit areas with additional child non-participants. All children in the museum must be supervised by an adult at all times.

All attendees will have a touch-free temperature scan upon admittance. Anyone that is ill or experiencing any COVID-19 or other respiratory infection symptoms is asked to stay home.
Programs are $15 for IMAG member student participants or $24 for non-members. One adult per family may accompany student(s) in the classroom. Member adults and non-participating siblings may enjoy the museum’s exhibit areas during program hours.


Each Class: $15 member /$24 non-member (1 child + 1 adult)*
Ages 5-8: Mondays, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Ages 9 -14: Mondays, 10:00 AM– 12:00 PM

*Includes Admission into the museum.

This is not a drop off class. Parents are required to stay in class with their children. If you have a younger child and older child in class, you will stay with the younger child in class.

Cancellation and Refund Policy
All classes require a minimum of 5 participants and have a maximum of 15 participants. The IMAG reserves the right to cancel classes that have not met our minimum enrollment. The registration/payment deadline for each class is the Friday prior to that class. Parents may accompany their child in the workshop or explore the IMAG, but must be onsite. No substitutions are permitted. If the IMAG cancels a class, participants will receive a full refund. If a participant cancels a registration, they will receive a full refund if it is 30 days prior and 50% if it is at least 7 days prior. Any cancellations less than 7 days before a class will not receive a refund or credit towards another class

Homeschool Makers' Club

Cost: $15 member – $24 non-member (1 child + adult)*

*Includes Admission into the museum.

We are offering a Makers’ Club just for Homeschool Students on the second Monday of each month from 10:00 am-12:00 pm.

Homeschool students will learn how to use Fab Lab equipment, such as the 3D Printer, Vinyl Cutter, and Laser Cutter, and have time to work on projects of their choice. The club’s purpose is to teach Homeschool Students skills they can continue to work on at home. 

Staff will be available to teach new skills and assist with projects students are working on during club hours.

Registration for all homeschool classes closes the Thursday before the class in question. 


Become a Member!

Consider purchasing an IMAG membership to enjoy discounts on homeschool classes, birthday parties, and more!

Visit our Membership page for more information.

Homeschool Schedule

March: Bodyworks


Ages 5-8: The Human Body 

Learn what makes you, you! Have you ever wondered what makes your elbows bend, or your hair grow, or your food digest? We’re going to take a hands-on look at how the body works. Build your own model to see how lungs work, test out your own spine, and more! 

   Ages 9-14: All About Anatomy 

The human body is pretty complicated – but it all works together to make us all amazing and different! Get hands-on with anatomical models, build your own working models, learn about the biggest organs to the smallest cells in our bodies, and much more. 


Homeschool Makers’ Club: What Makes Up You? 

We’re headed to the crafty side of anatomy in Maker’s Club! Learn how to draw and write on the cricut with your own brain drawing, turn your own sketch into a keychain or necklace with our laser cutter, and create an anatomical puzzle! 


 Ages 5-8: Taking Care of Your Body! 

There’s a lot more to a healthy body than just eating right and brushing your teeth! Learn with hands-on activities all about keeping your body in tip-top shape, from your head to your toes.   

 Ages 9-14: Healthy Habits for Your Body Machine! 

Our bodies do a lot every day – they’re basically a machine! With every machine comes maintenance to keep it running, and we’re no exception. Participate in experiments and demonstrations to learn habits that can help keep your mind sharp, your bones strong, your circulation flowing, and more! 

May: Summer Survival Skills


5/1: Ages 5-14: Wilderness Experts

Heading out into the great unknown this summer? It’s time to become the wilderness expert in your family! Students will learn useful outdoors skills like reading a map and compass, how to find safe water, guide yourself using the stars, and what to do if you’re lost! Prep your own camping kit and be ready for anything!


Maker’s Club: Summer Explorers

Summer almost here – which means it’s time to get ready for anything – and make the tools we need ourselves! Create your own sundial using our laser cutter, decorate a hat to keep you safe from the sun, make an adventure-ready water bottle carrier with the vinyl cutter, and more!


 Ages 5-14: Homesteading Survival Skills

Even when you aren’t deep in a national park or camping in a remote area, that doesn’t mean you won’t find these survival skills useful! Students will learn how to be ready for the upcoming hurricane season, how to grow and prepare their own food, make earth-friendly cleaners, and how to make their backyard or local park into a fun campsite!

April: Right in Our Backyard!


Ages 5-8: Florida Rocks!

Learn about everything that makes up Florida! Learn what a geologist’s job is, and explore Florida’s geography – from the earth under our feet to the water surrounding the peninsula! Learn hands-on how erosion works, how fossils form, and what kinds of rocks, minerals, fossils, shells, and more can be found all over Florida! 

  Ages 9-14: Under Florida’s Crust

Dig deep into what makes the Sunshine State special! Get hands-on interaction with real fossils, rocks, and more – all found in and around Florida! Explore the changing coastline, learn about the rocks, minerals, aquifers, sinkholes, and natural processes that happen every day with hands-on activities like growing your own crystals, creating models, and more! 


Homeschool Makers’ Club: Sunshine State Makers

Summer is just around the corner – which means it’s time to show our creativity in ways we can use in our Sunshine State! Make custom sand stamps using the laser cutter, decorate a hat to keep you safe from the sun, make bracelets that warn you when to apply sunscreen, make a beach or adventure-ready bag with the vinyl cutter, and more! 


 Ages 5-8: Get to Know the Gulf

People, plants, and animals have lived in Florida for a very long time! Learn about all the ways we can use the nature around us – and some of those methods were created by Native Americans a long time ago! Learn the science behind hands-on skills like weaving a simple net, making tools with shells and shark teeth – and learn about the plants and animals that made up those tools! 

 Ages 9-14: Our Florida, Then and Now

Connect with Florida on a whole new level! Learn about how our state has changed over the years – and how it has stayed the same. Dive deep into the plants, animals, people, and amazing technology, scientific advances, and more that have come out of our state! Create some of your own technology like the Calusa Tribe, research our environment like modern ecologists, and more!  

Registration for all homeschool classes closes the Thursday before the class in question.