This group will concentrate on the interactions between living things and their environment. Students will use nature journals to build observation skills and will focus on drawing, sketching, and documenting varying habitats and their characteristics. Discussions around climate change will weave into each of our days together.
Broad Meadow Brook's homeschool programs provide in-depth, nature-based learning in a supportive social environment. Each class will incorporate hiking and outdoor exploration, hands-on games and activities. Instructors will promote observation of our local wildlife as an essential skill. At the end of all programs, students will receive follow-up information and activities so the learning can continue at home.
Classes will be held outdoors except for extreme inclement weather. Health forms are required for drop off students. Families are always welcome to remain on the sanctuary.
Homeschool classes for ages 5-11 meet at the same time.
We look forward to learning with you!
Fall Topics:September 28 - Water Loving Creatures
October 12 - Birds & Migration
October 26 - Skulls & Owl Pellet Dissection
November 9 - Photosynthesis
November 30 - Seeds & Biomimicry
December 7 - Solstice & Evergreens
January 11 - Stream Physics
January 25 - Stream Ecology
February 15 - Solar Energy
February 29 - Snowshoeing & Animal Tracking
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Beth Stephenson - Teacher Naturalist
Dress for the weather and be prepared to be outdoors the majority of the time.