Homeschool Heritage Program
Students ages 6-15 have the opportunity to explore the lifestyle of a 19th-century homestead. We will offer workshops throughout the fall, where participants will have the opportunity to engage in STEAM-based classes. Each of these workshops offers unique, hands-on opportunities for children to engage in learning. Classes tie history to STEAM curricula, such as outdoor skills, cooking, and heritage crafts.
This program offers two age groups, 6-9 years old and 10-15 years old, for each workshop day. See the listing below for workshops by age and day. To register online, click on the titles of the workshops.
All state-regulated COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. Masks required.
Things You Need to Know
Cost: $15.00 per class
Who: Homeschool Students ages 6-9 or ages 10-15
October 9, 23
November 6, 20
Ages 6-9: Stamping with Natural Materials
This class will allow students to work with their hands to discover their creativity in stamping. Use materials found in nature to create a design! Students will make a keepsake that they can frame if they wish. Learn about patterns in nature with a variety of paints in a rainbow of colors. Please bring an old shirt or painting smock to protect your clothes.
Instructor: Cindy Lou Morris
Ages 10-15: Apple Cooking
Learn about the life cycles of apples, hear apple stories, and create apple crafts. Plus you will make and try some apple recipes as they would have all those years ago on the farm.
Instructor: Kathy Burnett
Ages 6-9: Flavored Butters
Children will be using a variety of herbs and spices to make artisan-style butter. The workshop will end with a taste-testing session.
Instructor: Darlene Repsher
Ages 10-15: Fall Scavenger Hunt
Instructor: Pam Tabery
Ages 6-9: Canvas Painting
In this lesson, participants will learn about the color wheel, mixing colors, and complete one or two paintings of Quiet Valley animals and landscapes.
Instructor: Tiffany Black
Ages 10-15: Make Your Own Horn Book
Ages 10-15: Iris Folding
Iris folding is a paper technique that resembles the lens of a camera or eye. Colorful papers are cut into strips and placed on a pattern using straight strips which appear to be a spiral. The craft is said to have originated in Holland in the 1700s and was revised in the 20th century. We will be making greeting cards.
Instructors: Sue Oiler and Ceal Yost
To register for a workshop, please call the farm at 570-992-6161. Registration begins on September 8th.
Your registration is complete only when payment is received. Payment by PayPal, credit card, or debit card is recommended. Please also let us know if you or your child will be ordering lunch. Specific orders for lunch will be taken after registration is completed.
For more information call 570-992-6161.