Seattle Nature Adventures
Nature of the Pacific Northwest
An education program for homeschoolers
March 4th - June 10th, 2020
At Seattle Nature Adventures, we study forest and marine organisms and their habitats. Each week, we visit a local natural area in South or West Seattle for field study, including Seward Park, Alki, Dead Horse Canyon, and others. Students meet at our class location (4108 48th Ave S) OR our agreed upon meeting spot for the day. A field journal is kept to keep track of all their observations from the adventures we go on!
The program uses an emergent curriculum based on student interest.
These experiences may include:
Foraging & Wildcrafting
Ethnobotany & Native Plants
Coast Salish People
Insect collecting & Observation
Scientific illustration & Field journaling
Tide pools & Marine animals
Hydrology & Wetlands
Preservation of botanical specimens
Integrating art & science
This specific program is aimed at students ages 8-16. Younger school-age siblings may join with special permission. Class includes instruction and unstructured exploration. Some instruction is tailored by age group, some is for all children.
Wednesdays 9am-1:30pm, 14 weeks of instruction (following Seattle Public Schools holidays).
Before and after school care available starting at 8am and ending at 3pm.
Maximum 8 Students.
$630 tuition for 14 week program. If space is available students can join on a rolling basis for a pro-rated cost. Tuition reduction is available for qualifying families.
$135 for 3 week trial.
Anna Naughton is the founder and head teacher of Anna’s Little Farm outdoor preschool in South Seattle. She holds an MAT in K-12 education and has more than 20 years experience in early childhood education, in both public and private schools.
Beckett Stanley has a BS in Botany, taught UW Biology and Botany classes and worked as a naturalist for the Washington Park Arboretum.