Virtual History for Homeschoolers

Virtual History for Homeschoolers Registration

For our 2023-2024 Homeschoolers season, we will be offering a special series of virtual History for Homeschoolers classes. This option will feature one introductory activity to do at home and one activity we do together during a Zoom session.

The Zoom sessions will be offered the first TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY of each month, September 2023 through May 2024, 10:00-10:45 and 11:00-11:45. Class materials will be shared the Monday prior to the Zoom class.

Recommended for children ages 7 to 12. Some activities involve reading and writing. Pre-registration is REQUIRED; space is limited.

Each session includes history-related activities that focus on the month's theme through a google classroom. 

This year, we will be implementing a subscription model for our classes. This subscription will include registration for all History for Homeschooler classes, September to May. Cost for standard registration will be $72 per child, or $48 for Vermont Historical Society Members or families with three or more participating children. Parents and non-participating children are free.

Please contact for alternative payment options. 

Special considerations:

  • Class size will be limited to 12 students per session.
  • Students are encouraged to attend the Zoom class live and with camera on.
  • Classes will be recorded and made available only to registered participants.
  • Students are encouraged to do the introductory activity prior to the class. Materials will be shared the Monday before the class session.


Tuesday September 5th OR Wednesday September 6th

Learn about the different natural resources in Vermont.

October-Archives Collections

Tuesday October 3rd OR Wednesday October 4th 

Discover how the Vermont Historical Society cares for the thousands of items in its collection. 


Tuesday November 7th OR Wednesday November 8th

Explore how town governments work.


Tuesday December 5th OR Wednesday December 6th

Learn about the history of Vermont farming and how it affects businesses today.


Tuesday January 2nd OR Wednesday January 3rd

Examine how buildings reflect location and culture.


Tuesday February 6th OR Wednesday February 7th

Explore how mythology and stories explain things in the past.


Tuesday March 5th OR Wednesday March 6th

Learn about the different rocks found in Vermont and the history of mining.


Tuesday April 2nd OR Wednesday April 3rd

Learn about the two presidents from Vermont, Chester B. Arthur and Calvin Coolidge.


Tuesday May 7th OR Wednesday May 1st

Examine what it means to be a “Vermonter.”

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