Homeschool Enrichment 7-12 year olds

Woodsong’s homeschool enrichment program is an exploratory-based forest school experience for children ages 7-12. Nature is our greatest teacher; it provides the rich context for interdisciplinary student projects and discoveries. Within this innovative outdoor learning program, we find a balance of thoughtfully crafted teacher facilitation and child-led learning. Our Environmental Science/Biology educator has a Masters in Ecology and our Music/Art instructor is a licensed and highly qualified teacher with a BA in Music Education. Half of each enrichment session will be hands-on exploratory, teacher facilitated learning and the second half of the session will be a student-centered emergent curriculum through which the teacher will scaffold each child's learning through their self-directed discoveries in the natural world. 

In our beautiful nature-based setting, Woodsong’s multi-age students learn to collaborate on projects, pursue their interests, ask questions, and care for others and the environment. This enrichment opportunity offers the combination of project-based, hands-on science and environmental education, with an exciting and engaging music/art learning experience.


Homeschool Enrichment options at woodsong:

for ages 7-12

 

1 DAY only

Wednesdays from 9:00-12:00 pm or 1:00-4:00 pm | Single Day tuition is $110 per month
(The single day options on Wednesday can be combined for an all day option for $220 per month.)

2 DAYS

T/Th from 1:00-4:00 pm. | Two Day tuition is $220 per month.


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE/ BIOLOGY - Wednesday morning and Thursday afternoon

MUSIC/ART - Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons


Details on what’s included:

  • There are 10 student spaces available per session. 

  • 10% discount for each additional child from the same family.

  • The tuition includes all class materials (journals, art supplies and other items).

  • Classes may not be paid for individually. There is a 9 month commitment to our place-based, nature immersion program.

  • Service learning opportunities will empower students to work collaboratively to create, problem solve, support one another, and dream of a bigger and better world.

  • Nature Journals will be provided. Each student will record in their journals what they learn with drawings, data collections, creative and expository writing, personal reflections, and questions to research.