Find more details about nature study here, including how to sign up for text reminders for weather-related cancellations. This year, nature study is from 11:15 a.m. to noon on Fridays, unless otherwise noted. Homeschool families are welcome to join us. This year we'll be studying a plethora of swimming creatures, using Apologia's Zoology 2 and … Continue reading Nature Study Schedule, 2019-2020
Our classic games summer camp will run from June 3-7 this year. This is a half-day camp from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each day at Redeemer Classical School. This classic games and handcrafts camp for ages 4-12 aims to nourish the arts of self-organization, negotiation, and relationship development through play; develop a repertoire of … Continue reading Register Here For Our Classic Games and Handcrafts Summer Camp
This year's nature walks began Friday with a full house at Foster Park. Thanks to the light drizzle, we moseyed on into the large pillared "temple" to begin a year-long project: A bird log. At the end of the year, parents will judge the logs on quality, number of entries, neatness of writing, and so … Continue reading Fall Nature Walks Off To A Booming Start; Prepare For Monarch Migration Field Trip!
As Redeemer Classical students study birds and insects this year for science, the coordinating nature walks will include birdhouse and bird feeder building, a visit from a local artist who paints outdoors, show 'n tells with local entomologists and bird watchers, a guided hike at Eagle Marsh during Monarch butterfly migration season, sledding, insect collection, … Continue reading The 2018-19 Nature Walks Schedule Is Posted!
For the last two weeks, our nature walkers have spent time with worms. On the first week, the kids went worm hunting, digging away with great merriment. Here they are beforehand, listening to Mr. Pullmann explain the project and tell about how worms live. Here the kids have dug up their worms and are inspecting … Continue reading Pictures: A Double-Header Nature Walk Worm Week!
Here's an alert to blog readers about two new pages on our website heralding new community offerings: a biweekly art class for children ages five to ten, and a weekly nature walk in local neighborhoods and parks open to all ages. You'll want to come, it will be good for you body and soul! Learn … Continue reading How You Can Join Our Elementary Art Classes And Free Weekly Nature Walks