Wild Ones is a nature-based enrichment program for home school kids.
In this year-long survival series, the children will learn wilderness skills in “larger than life” play experiences, while creating lasting memories. Each session has a different theme.
Our spring session will expand our existing tribal community as the children continue their shelter building techniques and campfire cooking skills. They will also have the opportunity to work through two new themes this session:
Woodland ER - Creating a mini hospital in the woods, equipped with stretchers, hammocks, and herbal remedies. Learn basic wilderness first aide in a grand-scale play experience.
Tribal Games - Tracking teams, tribal wars, and challenges on land and in mud -- children will test their strength, knowledge, and skills in these “larger than life” tribal play experiences.
As always, there will be plenty of time to play and explore the woods with friends.
This is a 100% outdoor program. Children will need proper outdoor attire to participate.
This program is led by Kristine Huffman and Carole Fischer, both educators and outdoor enthusiast. On occasion, we may invite experts from the field to join us as we explore new concepts.
Spring session for Wild Ones is 8 weeks and will meet on Wednesday afternoons, totaling 8 classes.
West Cobb Church: Recreational grounds