Craving a boundless heritage immersion experience for your child? A chance for them to work in community with friends and the earth, embrace creativity, explore their own uniqueness and learn homesteading skills on a sustainable farm? This is the place!
Fill your mornings in artistic creation. Activities will include
clay & beeswax modeling
stories & activities from around the globe
watercolor painting & dioramas
weaving & dreamcatchers
journaling & music circle
Afternoons will bring a variety of farm activities that will keep your child engaged and learning.
cow milking, cheese & butter making
sock monkey making
fiber arts, natural dyes & wool spinning
taffy pulling & natural candy making
We will provide a healthy snack table that the kids help prepare. We will provide an all-natural diet including fruits, veggies, nuts, local meats, freshly baked breads & free range eggs. Kids will help with gathering eggs, pick veggies from the garden and bake our own artisan breads!
Farm School is in session Mondays and Tuesdays from 9am-3pm. Discounts for multiple children!
Between each organized activity, children will have ample free time to explore the farm, play with other children and spend time in their own thoughts. We understand that education fits best when it's coupled with freedom and the ability to weave it into the tapestry of your own timeline.
In addition to daily farm responsibilities, each child will alternate between being on cleanup crew & lunch crew. We'll also include some fun trust building exercises and confidence boosting games.
Carrie Burchett is a down to earth mother of 4, a certified Waldorf teacher and has worked with ages 5-14 in Waldorf schools for the past 10 years. She loves art, theatre and all things on the farm. She's passionate about recognizing the indiviual needs of each child and pulling from her multitude of educational/creative resources to offer your child a creative, compassionate learning environment where they will best thrive.
Laura Fry is an energetic mother of five and lives here at Stone Garden Farm. She's proficient in a multitude of heritage homesteading skills and loves to pass them on to children and adults alike. She has founded various homeschool co-ops and has spent over ten years teaching homesteading classes to all ages. Earth-centered education and the full-circle understanding is of paramount importance to her teaching style and is always an influence in her lessons, whether it's gardening or making candles.
2023 Adult Class dates have been set! Call to sign up or for more details.