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Wonders of Physics: Battling the War on Science Illiteracy *Annual Presentation * AND Resource Links

pwtqodfq_400x400Studies have shown time and time again a general lack of interest in science and an overall decline in science literacy in the United States. Since 1984, the University of Wisconsin – Madison has been active in combating this problem of science illiteracy with their Wonders of Physics program.

The Wonders of Physics is a non-profit public outreach group operation out of the University of Wisconsin – Madison Physics Department. They present fun physics shows for schools, organizations, and community groups, covering the basics of motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, and light in a fast paced, entertaining show suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds.
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The show has been presented by Professor Clint Sprott, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Wisconsin, on the Madison campus over 200 times to a total audience of about 70,000.

 

The 34th annual presentation of The Wonders of Physics will be held in 2103 Chamberlin Hall (1150 University Avenue) at the following dates and times:

Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm, 7:00 pm
Sunday,   February 12, 2017 at 1:00 pm,  4:00 pm
Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm, 7:00 pm
Sunday,   February 19, 2017 at 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm

Free tickets are now available for all shows and can be obtained by:
Web:   http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/tickets.htm (preferred)
Phone: 608-262-2927
Email: wonders@physics.wisc.edu
Be sure to specify the show you prefer and the number of tickets.

Better hurry — shows fill up fast and tickets are gone right away!

Physics can be fun…

The Wonders of Physics presentations are held each February in Madison, Wisconsin.  DIRECTIONS

Free tickets are be available after the first of the year.
Use the On-Line Ticket Form, call (608) 262-2927 or e-mail.

UW-Madison Physics department is also hosting their 10th annual Physics Fair on Saturday, February 18th from 11 am to 4 pm. It’s free! No ticket required!
The Physics Fair will feature hands-on activities, demonstrations, and lab tours.

Nurture your inner Einstein!

Scroll down for a ton of resource links, experiments to try, and videos with Prof. Sprott!!

PROF. SPROTT CURRENTLY HAS 30 SHOWS AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING ON YOUTUBE HERE.

To check on availability and order your free WOP tickets, click here.


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The theme of the program changes from year to year – so even if you’ve been there before, you’ll still find something amazing!

The Wonders of Physics program inspires interest in physics among people of all ages and backgrounds.

Shows fill up fast, order your free tickets now!

If you have attended the show, you can give them feedback so that they can continually improve the shows.

More resources courtesy of the Wonders of Physics program are listed below.  Check them out!


Videos are available for purchase or free online streaming here.

Wonders of Physics, Prof. Sprott, UW-Madison - video streaming

You can stream the videos directly to your computer for free by clicking on the links on http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/wop.htm

Here’s Professor Sprott in action at the 2011 Cairo Science Festival as he talks about sound waves and explains how electricity works by using a Tesla coil to generate very high voltage to create electromagnetic waves in the air.


Resource Links

Just For Kids — Here are some Experiments you can try at home.

Motion Build your own Roller CoasterSpin like an Ice SkaterReaction TimeRandom Walk
Heat Home MeteorologyVortex in a BottleSmoke RingsCollapse a Can
Sound The Doppler EffectBuild a String Telephone
Light Make a Pinhole CameraScience of BubblesMeasure the Speed of Light
Electricity Plasma Ball ExperimentsStatic Electricity
Magnetism Build an ElectromagnetFusion Cookies

Experiments You Can Do At Home from Professor Clint Sprott and the Wonders of Physics
Download a PDF with many different experiments that you can do at home exploring motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism and light. You may have heard of Newton’s Cradle, but have you ever heard of Newton’s Beads?
Check out this video of Mike uncovering the science behind this demo.  

More Science Links and Physics Resources from the Wonders of Physics Program:

Home Experiments (pdf)
Download printable version 
UW Space Place: Education and public outreach center of the UW-Madison Astronomy Department
Science is Fun: Educational website for Chemistry from the mind of UW-Madison Chemistry professor Bassam Z. Shakhashiri
Geology Museum: Explore the Geology Museum and take a peek into Wisconsin’s deep history
Institute for Biology Education: Raising the next generation of Biology Scientists
Science Alliance: UW-Madison Science Outreach on Campus
Synchrotron Radiation Center: UW-Madison SRC aiding researchers in their discoveries
Science Friday (SciFri): Weekly science radio show hosted by NPR, Fridays 1-3pm
Wonders of Physics Demonstrations – more information on the physics behind the show
Teacher’s Guide (pdf)- printable information on the physics behind the show
Physics Demonstrations book by Clint Sprott
Database of Physics Demonstrations – from the UW Physics Department
Books of Science Experiments from the University of Maryland Physics Departmenpwtqodfq_400x400t
How Stuff Works
Science Links for other UW Science Outreach Programs

Videos are available for free online streaming here. 

For more information, performance schedule, and tickets visit: Wonders of Physics Home Page

You can also access more information on their Facebook page or subsc
ribe to their 
YouTube page. 

The Wonders of Physics program is made possible by grants from the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences of the United States Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.

 

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Wonders of Physics: Battling the War on Science Illiteracy

Studies have shown time and time again a general lack of interest in science and an overall decline in science literacy in the United States.

Since 1984, the University of Wisconsin – Madison has been active in combating this problem of science illiteracy with their annual Wonders of Physics program. WOP logo

Wonders of Physics covers motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, and light in a fast paced, entertaining  show  suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds.

The show has been presented by Professor Clint Sprott, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Wisconsin, on the Madison campus over 200 times to a total audience of about 70,000.

Physics can be fun…

The Wonders of Physics presentations are held each February in Madison, Wisconsin.  DIRECTIONS

Free tickets are be available after the first of the year.

Better hurry — shows fill up fast and tickets are gone right away!


Nurture your inner Einstein!

Scroll down for a ton of resource links, experiments to try, and videos with Prof. Sprott!!

PROF. SPROTT CURRENTLY HAS 30 SHOWS AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING ON YOUTUBE HERE.

 

To check on availability and order your free WOP tickets, click here.


Physics_020_cropped
The theme of the program changes from year to year – so even if you’ve been there before, you’ll still find something amazing!

The Wonders of Physics program inspires interest in physics among people of all ages and backgrounds.

Shows fill up fast, order your free tickets now!

If you have attended the show, you can give them feedback so that they can continually improve the shows.

UW-Madison Physics department is also hosting their annual Physics Fair on February 20th from 11 am to 4 pm. It’s free! No ticket required!

More resources courtesy of the Wonders of Physics program are listed below.  Check them out!


Videos are available for purchase or free online streaming here.

Wonders of Physics, Prof. Sprott, UW-Madison - video streaming

You can stream the videos directly to your computer for free by clicking on the links on http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/wop.htm

Here’s Professor Sprott in action at the 2011 Cairo Science Festival as he talks about sound waves and explains how electricity works by using a Tesla coil to generate very high voltage to create electromagnetic waves in the air.


Resource Links

Just For Kids — Here are some Experiments you can try at home.

Motion Build your own Roller CoasterSpin like an Ice SkaterReaction TimeRandom Walk
Heat Home MeteorologyVortex in a BottleSmoke RingsCollapse a Can
Sound The Doppler EffectBuild a String Telephone
Light Make a Pinhole CameraScience of BubblesMeasure the Speed of Light
Electricity Plasma Ball ExperimentsStatic Electricity
Magnetism Build an ElectromagnetFusion Cookies

Experiments You Can Do At Home from Professor Clint Sprott and the Wonders of Physics
Download a PDF with many different experiments that you can do at home exploring motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism and light. You may have heard of Newton’s Cradle, but have you ever heard of Newton’s Beads?
Check out this video of Mike uncovering the science behind this demo.  

More Science Links and Physics Resources from the Wonders of Physics Program:

Home Experiments (pdf)
Download printable version 
UW Space Place: Education and public outreach center of the UW-Madison Astronomy Department
Science is Fun: Educational website for Chemistry from the mind of UW-Madison Chemistry professor Bassam Z. Shakhashiri
Geology Museum: Explore the Geology Museum and take a peek into Wisconsin’s deep history
Institute for Biology Education: Raising the next generation of Biology Scientists
Science Alliance: UW-Madison Science Outreach on Campus
Synchrotron Radiation Center: UW-Madison SRC aiding researchers in their discoveries
Science Friday (SciFri): Weekly science radio show hosted by NPR, Fridays 1-3pm
Wonders of Physics Demonstrations – more information on the physics behind the show
Teacher’s Guide (pdf)- printable information on the physics behind the show
Physics Demonstrations book by Clint Sprott
Database of Physics Demonstrations – from the UW Physics Department
Books of Science Experiments from the University of Maryland Physics Departmenpwtqodfq_400x400t
How Stuff Works
Science Links for other UW Science Outreach Programs

Videos are available for free online streaming here. 

For more information, performance schedule, and tickets visit: Wonders of Physics Home Page

You can also access more information on their Facebook page or subsc
ribe to their 
YouTube page. 

The Wonders of Physics program is made possible by grants from the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences of the United States Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.

 

 

Wonders of Physics: Battling the War on Science Illiteracy

Plasma Globe Wonders of Physics Instagram

32nd Annual Wonders of Physics

The Wonders of Physics presentation dates for 2015 have just been announced: Saturday, February 7, 2015 1, 4, and 7 pm Sunday, February 8, 2015   1 and 4 pm Saturday. February 14, 2015 1, 4, and 7 pm Sunday, February 15, 2015 1 and 4 pm

Free tickets are now available for all shows and can be obtained by:
Web:   http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/tickets.htm (preferred)
Phone: 608-262-2927  Email: wonders@physics.wisc.edu

Scoop these up while you can! The shows usually fill up right away!!

UPDATE  JAN. 23,  2015:  All the tickets for The Wonders of Physics 2015 have been issued. There are usually some empty seats if you would like to come and take a chance. They will have a monitor where you can view the show on video. Otherwise, you can leave your name and email address, and they will notify you when tickets are available for next year’s shows. You might also check back a few days before the show since some tickets are usually returned.

Physics Fair 2015

The Physics Fair is free and open to the public. Click the image for details.

Studies have shown time and time again a general lack of interest in science and an overall decline in science literacy in the United States. Since 1984, the University of Wisconsin – Madison has been active in combating this problem of science illiteracy with their annual Wonders of Physics program. WOP logo Wonders of Physics covers motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, and light in a fast paced, entertaining  show  suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds. *Scroll down for a ton of resource links, experiments to try, and videos with Prof. Sprott. The theme of the program changes from year to year. If you’ve attended the show, you can give them feedback so that they can continually improve the shows every year. More resources courtesy of the Wonders of Physics program are listed below. Check them out!

Wonders of Physics, Prof. Clint Sprott

Professor Clint Sprott

The show has been presented by Professor Clint Sprott, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Wisconsin, on the Madison campus over 200 times to a total audience of about 70,000. The Wonders of Physics presentations are held each February in 2103 Chamberlin Hall, 1150 University Avenue, Madison, WI.  DIRECTIONS   Free tickets are available (beginning January 1st) using the On-Line Ticket Form. Be sure to specify the show you prefer and the number of tickets.  Electronic tickets will be used — you may print your own tickets or pick them up at the show. wonders of physics Univ Wisc MadisonCheck out the video from the 2013 Show.

To check on availability and order your free tickets, click here.

You can also catch the free Physics Fair held in same building on Feb. 14th, which features hands-on demonstrations, activities for kids and families, laboratory tours, and a chance to talk with real-live scientists.  There are exhibits representing the research groups of the Physics Dept. as well as displays on physics topics.  Additionally, the Ingersoll Physics Museum will be open. The Wonders of Physics team also has developed a traveling showpresented by physics graduate students and staff over a thousand times to audiences of all ages throughout Wisconsin and the nation.  They also have available educational materials including videos, software, a demo book, and a lecture kit.

Wonders of Physics, Prof. Sprott, UW-Madison - video streaming

You can stream the videos directly to your computer for free by clicking on the links on http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/wop.htm

Shows fill up fast, order your free tickets click here.

Here’s Professor Sprott in action at the 2011 Cairo Science Festival as he talks about sound waves and explains how electricity works by using a Tesla coil to generate very high voltage to create electromagnetic waves in the air.   Videos are available for purchase or free online streaming here.

Prof. Sprott currently has 30 shows available for viewing on YouTube here.

WANT SOME EXPERIMENTS TO DO AT HOME?

Just For Kids — Here are some Experiments you can try at home Experiments You Can Do At Home from Professor Clint Sprott and the Wonders of Physics Download a PDF with many different experiments that you can do at home exploring motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism and light. You may have heard of Newton’s Cradle, but have you ever heard of Newton’s Beads?  Check out this video of Mike uncovering the science behind this demo.  You can even do at home! More Science Links and Physics Resources from the Wonders of Physics Program: Home Experiments (pdf) Download printable version UW Space Place: Education and public outreach center of the UW-Madison Astronomy Department Science is Fun: Educational website for Chemistry from the mind of UW-Madison Chemistry professor Bassam Z. Shakhashiri Geology Museum: Explore the Geology Museum and take a peek into Wisconsin’s deep history Institute for Biology Education: Raising the next generation of Biology Scientists Science Alliance: UW-Madison Science Outreach on Campus Synchrotron Radiation Center: UW-Madison SRC aiding researchers in their discoveries Science Friday (SciFri): Weekly science radio show hosted by NPR, Fridays 1-3pm Wonders of Physics Demonstrations – more information on the physics behind the show Teacher’s Guide (pdf)- printable information on the physics behind the show Physics Demonstrations book by Clint Sprott Database of Physics Demonstrations – from the UW Physics Department Books of Science Experiments – from the University of Maryland Physics Department How Stuff Works Science Links for other UW Science Outreach Programs The Wonders of Physics program inspires interest in physics among people of all ages and backgrounds. Videos are available for free online streaming here. For more information, performance schedule, and tickets visit: Wonders of Physics Home Page. You can also access more information on their Facebook page or subscribe to their YouTube page. The Wonders of Physics program is made possible by grants from the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences of the United States Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.

Department of Energy logoNational Science Foundation logo

 Originally posted 2012.

 

Literature Based Education Seminar With Carole Joy Seid, May 3rd in Madison

CAROLE JOY SEID IS COMING TO WISCONSIN – Madison

©2014 Carole Joy Seid llustration: Jessie Willcox Smith

©2014 Carole Joy Seid llustration: Jessie Willcox Smith

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014;
A Literature Based Approach to Education

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned veteran, Carole’s seminar will bring a new perspective to your homeschooling journey.

You won’t want to miss this day that will change your children’s lives.

Calvary Chapel Madison Upward Call
4702 E. Broadway
Madison, WI 53716

Questions:  Kathy 608-884-3324; ckwseeger@juno.com

Download Brochure

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

$45 in advance or $55 at the door (spouse attends at no additional charge)

Register here. (A paypal account is not required.)

A note from Kathy, who is the contact for the seminar…
Dear fellow home educator,
I am so excited to tell you that Carole Joy Seid will be holding a homeschooling seminar in Madison, WI! I have been to see Carole several times in my 8 years of homeschooling and it always is a wonderful day to relax, learn, and refresh my vision on how I desire to educate my children at home. I truly feel the money I have spent attending her seminars has been the best homeschool dollars I have spent! Although Carole speaks all over the country she has not been to Madison in about 10 years, so this is a wonderful opportunity for us to have her in WI. Never heard of Carole? More info is available in the information below as well as on her website. I hope you will take a look and join us if you can! Any questions, please feel free to contact me .
Blessings,
Kathy Seeger
Help spread the word: facebook, email, tweet, even phone!!! We need all the help you can give.

Register now online!! http://www.carolejoyseid.com
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Another endorsement from Colleen in Richland Center…
I attended this seminar by Carole Joy Seid back in the ’90s, I believe, and it was well worth it.  She gave me the confidence (and a lot of practical tips) to use living literature as the foundation for our homeschool.  The seminar includes handouts of the books Carole recommends.  I remember that she introduced me to several authors, including Gene Stratton Porter (who wrote Girl of the Limberlost, Freckles, and other novels full of natural history) and John Bibee (The Magic Bicycle series)…

Take a look at her site here:  http://blog.carolejoyseid.com/

CSA Open House & Natural Parenting Expo March 10th in Madison

As the snow falls heavily today, we feel cozy and warm and safe. Even though March has come roaring in like a lion, we know that Spring is coming soon!  The earth is tilting toward the sun and the days are getting longer.

Meet CSA growers serving the Madison area, talk with local farmers, find pick-up locations, learn about on-farm events, and choose your share! Attend free workshops and learn how to best use your share and choose the right farm for your family. Children’s activities, a raffle to benefit Partner Shares, which helps low-income families to join farms, and recipe samples!

The Natural Parenting Expo will be happening downstairs at the Terrace the same day, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and includes presentations for parents and fun activities for kids. From trapeze artists to salsa dancers to learning how to create a safe and environmentally friendly home… Click the image for more info.

Wonders of Physics, UW-Madison

Wonders of Physics

Annual presentations of The Wonders of Physics in Feb. – presented free to the general public at UW-Madison.

Wonders of Physics Battles the War of Science Illiteracy

What is Physics?

Physics is the science that studies how the natural world works.
Motion, Heat, Sound, Electricity, Magnetism, and Light are the main areas of classical physics study.

Studies have shown time and time again a general lack of interest in science and an overall decline in science literacy in the United States.

Since 1984, the University of Wisconsin – Madison has been active in combating this problem of science illiteracy with annual presentations of their program called “The Wonders of Physics.”

*Scroll down for a ton of resource links, experiments to try, and videos with Prof. Sprott.

Wonders of Physics is a fast-paced presentation of physics demonstrations chosen to be entertaining as well as educational in order to generate interest in physics among people of all ages and backgrounds.

The theme of the program changes from year to year.  If you’ve attended the show, you can give them feedback so that they can continually improve the shows every year.
Wonders of Physics, UW-Madison

The 30th Annual Wonder of Physics Extravaganza was a great success.
Watch the program and check out the story in the Wisconsin State Journal!

(More resources courtesy of the Wonders of Physics program are listed below. Check them out!)

Wonders of Physics, Prof. Clint Sprott

Professor Clint Sprott

The show has been presented by Professor Clint Sprott, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Wisconsin, on the Madison campus over 200 times to a total audience of about 70,000.

The Wonders of Physics presentations – held annually in February – are held in 2103 Chamberlin Hall, 1150 University Avenue, Madison, WI.  DIRECTIONS

Free tickets are available (beginning January 1st) using the On-Line Ticket Form.  Alternately, you may call
(608) 262-2927 or e-mail
wonders@physics.wisc.edu.
Be sure to specify the show you prefer and the number of tickets.  Electronic tickets will be used — you may print your own tickets or pick them up at the show.

wonders of physics Univ Wisc MadisonCheck out the video from the 2013 Show.

To check on availability and order your free tickets, click here.

In addition, a traveling show has been developed and presented by physics graduate students and staff over a thousand times to audiences of all ages throughout Wisconsin and the nation.  A variety of educational tools and materials have been developed including videos, software, a demo book, and a lecture kit.

Wonders of Physics, Prof. Sprott, UW-Madison - video streaming

You can stream the videos directly to your computer for free by clicking on the links on http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/wop.htm

Annual Physics Fair 

During the run of the Wonders of Physics program  is a free Physics Fair held in same building.  Check here for the date and time.  The Physics Fair features hands-on demonstrations, activities for kids and families, laboratory tours, and a chance to talk with real-live scientists.  There are exhibits representing the research groups of the Physics Dept. as well as displays on physics topics.  Additionally, the Ingersoll Physics Museum will be open.

The Wonders of Physics presentations – held annually in February – are held in 2103 Chamberlin Hall, 1150 University Avenue, Madison, WI.  DIRECTIONS
 

Shows fill up fast, order your free tickets click here.

Here’s Professor Sprott in action at the 2011 Cairo Science Festival as he talks about sound waves and explains how electricity works by using a Tesla coil to generate very high voltage to create electromagnetic waves in the air.

 

Videos are available for purchase or free online streaming here.

Prof. Sprott currently has 30 shows available for viewing on YouTube here.


WANT SOME EXPERIMENTS TO DO AT HOME?

Just For Kids — Here are some Experiments you can try at home

Experiments You Can Do At Home from Professor Clint Sprott and the Wonders of Physics

Download a PDF with many different experiments that you can do at home exploring motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism and light.

You may have heard of Newton’s Cradle, but have you ever heard of Newton’s Beads?  Check out this video of Mike uncovering the science behind this demo.  You can even do at home!

More Science Links and Physics Resources from the Wonders of Physics Program:

Home Experiments (pdf) Download printable version

UW Space Place: Education and public outreach center of the UW-Madison Astronomy Department

Science is Fun: Educational website for Chemistry from the mind of UW-Madison Chemistry professor Bassam Z. Shakhashiri

Geology Museum: Explore the Geology Museum and take a peek into Wisconsin’s deep history

Institute for Biology Education: Raising the next generation of Biology Scientists

Science Alliance: UW-Madison Science Outreach on Campus

Synchrotron Radiation Center: UW-Madison SRC aiding researchers in their discoveries

Science Friday (SciFri): Weekly science radio show hosted by NPR, Fridays 1-3pm

Wonders of Physics Demonstrations – more information on the physics behind the show

Teacher’s Guide (pdf)- printable information on the physics behind the show

Physics Demonstrations book by Clint Sprott

Database of Physics Demonstrations – from the UW Physics Department

Books of Science Experiments – from the University of Maryland Physics Department

How Stuff Works

Science Links for other UW Science Outreach Programs

The Wonders of Physics program inspires interest in physics among people of all ages and backgrounds. Videos are available for free online streaming here.

For more information, performance schedule, and tickets visit: Wonders of Physics Home Page.

You can also access more information on their Facebook page or subscribe to their YouTube page.

The Wonders of Physics program is made possible by grants from the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences of the United States Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation.

Department of Energy logo                   National Science Foundation logoUpdated. Originally posted 2012.

Homeschool Day at the Wisconsin Capitol

Wisconsin CHEA
Legislative Day Event at the State Capitol in Madison
This is usually held each year in October.

UPDATED: 2013 Wisconsin Christian Home Educators Association (CHEA) Day at the Capitol, Tuesday, October 15th.

Schedule and other details –> WiscCHEA Day at the Capitol 2013

Pre-register by emailing Wisconsin CHEA to reserve a spot.

There is NO COST to attend.  However, you must pre‐register as seating is limited.  Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.  Once the seating limit is reached, registration will be closed. 

Note from the WI-CHEA website 8/28/13: As of today, we are now FULL to Capacity!! We will offer only 5 more spots for standing room only, and then we will have to close off the event. In order to get the SRO spots, you must email to reserve.  Sorry for the inconvenience, but they will not give us a larger room. Perhaps next year!! Looking forward to seeing all those who have pre-registered! Please help to spread the word about this event.


YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A WISCONSIN CHEA MEMBER TO ATTEND!!

THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO EVERYONE!!

Wisconsin CHEA Day at the Capitol

We will all meet in Madison at the State Capitol and have a day full of learning and excitement.
This is a great time for homeschoolers to unite
and show support for our freedom to homeschool here in Wisconsin!
There is no cost for this- other than your parking- you can even bring your own lunch!

Marv Munyon has graciously put together this event for Wisconsin homeschoolers.

Click here to see the planned itinerary and other specific information

This is being planned to give both children and parents an opportunity to visit our state Capitol building and a civic time of learning about the operation of our state government.  You can meet your elected officials so that they may understand the needs and concerns of homeschoolers, to build relationships with those officials and allow them to see homeschoolers as real people, not just statistics on a page.

You do not have to be a subscriber to Wisconsin CHEA in order
to attend!!  ALL ARE WELCOME — SPREAD THE WORD!!

To preregister, call 4144256324 or email us at: jang@wisconsinchea.com.

Sponsored by:
Wisconsin Christi
an Home Educators Association
P.O. Box 320458
Franklin, WI 53132


Here is a
link, which will give you some educational information on a virtual tour of the Capitol, a photo tour, and the State Capitol history.  

Capitol tour and history- Click here!