Welcome to

Farm and Forest Community Days

Fall '19: August 27th - December 13th, 2019

Spring '20: February 4th - May 22nd, 2020

TAKE A PEEK 

Are you looking for a homeschool program that:

  • Takes place entirely outdoors and teaches hands-on skills?

  • Focuses on social-emotional wellbeing and peer relationships?

  • Gives enrichment curriculum to connect the learning at home?

THE KIVA CENTER welcomes you!

See our Flow of the Day here 

Exploratory Learning

  • PLAY!

  • Observation of Local Ecosystems

  • Collaborative Games in Nature

  • Foraging Wild Plants

  • Animal Tracking

What We Do

Socio-Emotional 

Skills and Health

  • Community Council

  • Curative Storytelling

  • Mindfulness Practice

  • Cooking

  • Movement

Community Projects

  • Animal Care

  • Natural Building

  • Gardening

  • Traditional Living Skills: Basketry, Pottery, Carving

 

Upcoming Session 

The Beehive (tentatively starting Spring2020 - ages 6-16) meets on Tuesdays.

The Goats (ages 9-11) meet on Wednesdays.

The Lambs (ages 6-8) meet on Thursdays.

The Eagles (ages 12-16) meet on Fridays

All groups meet at McCauley Family Farm in West Longmont 9AM-3PM.

 

Each session is 15 weeks long.

Fall 2019 Session: August 27th - December 13th, 2019

One week vacation for Thanksgiving

Spring 2020 Session: February 4th - May 22nd, 2020

One week off for Spring Break (Week of 3/23)

 

There is a 15% sibling discount and an additional 9% discount for signing up for both sessions.

SATISFIED PARENTS

"My son loved it! I was impressed with the instructors’ calm, fun, and insightful way of working with the children. I was also pleasantly surprised to discover there is a contemplative aspect to their teaching, which is seamlessly woven into the fabric of the day through games, thoughtful discussion, and private time in nature to observe and reflect."

 

—  Parent of 10 year old male

Move us Forward

Help us achieve our goal of offering scholarships for our homeschool families to make our program more accessible to all families.