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.)
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.