“Life is not a brief candle, it is a splendid torch that I want to make burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations”. – George Bernard Shaw
Using nature as our classroom, we hope to help increase your child’s creativity, imagination, and all around cognitive abilities to further improve their academic performance.
Nature is not only important for learning but also to develop well rounded individuals who have fewer behavioral issues and improved energy and focus.
Getting outdoors will also help your kids physically and leave lasting lessons that will benefit them for a lifetime. Nature based learning is hands down the greatest investment you can make in your children.
Weekly homeschool programs
This program runs from September to May. This will be a great introduction into the outdoors while keeping the children safe and engaged. Your kids will benefit from everything this program has to offer both socially and in their schoolwork. We look forward to seeing your littles blossom and grow in the outdoors.
This program runs from September to May. The kids will be constantly engaged in a mixture of outdoor skills, games, crafts and unstructured wildernesses play that will help them grow exponentially. They will learn about nature as well as about themselves with never ending lessons that just can’t be replicated indoors.
This program runs from September to May. They will learn to interact amongst themselves and in nature in ways that will help them build their confidence and knowledge in big ways. They will become comfortable in the outdoors and will take home invaluable skills that will help them throughout their lifetime.
Weekly after school programs
This program will be the exact same idea as the homeschool program only condensed into a shorter time frame. It will be split into three age groups, 5-6, 7-9 and 10-12.
This program will be one day a week and run from September 7- May 24. We will begin at 3:30 and finish at 5pm every day.
Tuesday will be the tadpoles (5-6), Wednesday will be Bobcats (7-9) and Thursday will be Wolves (10-12)