Monday through Friday
9:30 AM- 12:30 PM
9:30 AM- 12:30 PM
We foster experiences to raise awareness, discovery and connection with the earth and each other through a sustainable, holistic, nature based education
All Rosewood Nature School
Summer Offerings focus on outdoor play, nature exploration, gardening, farm animals care, natural water play, earthy crafts, movement and mindfulness activities and practices. Yet, each week will be inspired by a different
Water play and handcrafted organic fruit Popsicle on Friday
(Just offered during July 8th through July 11th)
We offer a nurturing Extended Care Program from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm from Monday through Thursday .
Healthy organic, Non-GMO snacks are provided.
On Tuesday Poetry Tea Time with a special treat, poetry and Herbal tea!
Please pack a lunch
Inquire for Siesta Program HERE
Summergarden Water Fun (3+)
June 17th - 21st
This week it's all about water!. We will explore our healthy shallow creek and look for tadpoles, crayfish, salamanders, fish, dragonflies while playing with water, clay and mud!. We will have more fun in the water panning for some golden fairy dust, going for "Creek Hikes" and splashing in the water. We will explore watercolor paint and make some "Wild Art" in the woods, blow giant bubbles from our secret bubble recipe, make amazing sun printings, play nature fun games with all our friends and more! During our Nature walks we will use all our creativity and imagination to build fairy houses for our magical woodland friends.
At the cottage, we will bake a delicious summer treat decorated with edible flowers and herbs from the Cottage Garden and prepare yummy sun berry minty tea !
We will also build our little boats out of natural materials and get them ready for our 4th Annual Non-Competitive Regatta as we celebrate our Magical Midsummer Festival. This summer camp is so much water fun!
Wild Child Primitive (7+)
July 8th - 12th
Connect with nature and learn the skills you would need to survive in a true emergency! All the fun adventure of Wild Child Forest School contained in one week! Learn how to make fire with and without matches, campfire cooking and fire safety. Learn basic knots, animal tracking and basic hunting skills. Identify and harvest common wild edible plants and learn about mushrooms. Shelters. Create fun and practical items like brush baskets or primitive clay pottery!.
Explore more than a mile of creek goodness and climb the banks to the other side, gather some wild blackberry for a super-food quick snack and explore off-trail in search of the perfect walking stick. Wood whittling 101 and Knife safety. Make your own primitive bow and arrow and try your hand at archery as you learn how to take a shot.
Wild Child Survival is pure adrenaline... A must for the Wild Child in your life!