Part-time Homeschool Meet-up Group
for 3-10 year olds
(approximately PrKG-3rd grade)
Our favorite meet-up group is back in session for home schoolers, world schoolers, and unschoolers alike. Kids Yoga Garden home school activities are all built around experiential learning and incorporate topical-based inquiries into science and math as well as creative classes with practical application like cooking, yoga, art and music. Peer-led skill shares offer our students opportunities to develop self-confidence and leadership while engaging their friends in their interests.
Homeschool learning group exists to provide a social and dynamic learning environment for kids who are not in the traditional school system. Our budding community has served families from around the world, offering a diverse learning space for developing life skills and cooperation. We move, create, design, and grow towards learning with less worksheets, and more DOING.
Each day will also allot time for independent study time where students will bring projects from home to continue working on ( i.e. reading, math, 2nd and 3rd languages). We hope that this time will allow our staff to assist in the work your children are doing at home and help students make connections between the various “classrooms” of their lives.
Read about one of our former world traveling students here.
2 Days Per week
Wednesday and Thursdays 9 am – 3 pm
Lunch and snack provided
4 Days Per week
Wednesday – Thursday 9 am – 3 pm, Saturday and Sundays 10 am – 4 pm
Lunch and snack provided
Tuition is payable in full at the beginning of the session or in two payments (payable by the first of each month). A one time registration fee (600) is required at registration to secure your child’s enrollment space for the upcoming session.
To register, please complete to form below:
Homeschool Meet-up Group for Teens
13-18 year olds
Kids Yoga Garden Homeschool Group was founded as a space of creative inquiry for children outside the traditional school environment. Hosting International and local students, our classes are workshop-styled and led by passionate facilitators with meaningful activities and projects.
Peer-led sharing is an integral part of the program and helps develop leadership and public speaking skills in a safe learning environment. Special guests from the community will join workshops, providing opportunities for students to expand their curiosity and passion in wider networks.
Workshop themes are self-determined by students monthly to encourage interest-based inquiries into a group of subjects including: yoga, installation art, Thai and vegan cooking, performance poetry, jam sessions, and more.
Friday mornings 9 am – 12 pm
Starting January 8, 2020 / Join us for a free open day December 18, 2020