Outdoor Education

Home Schools & Private Schools

Integration of Faith-Based Ideals

As a Christian non-profit, we are honored to serve you and integrate faith-based ideals into our curriculum should you so choose. There are many ways that our activities and content can be framed with love, leadership, and Christ-like values in mind. When customizing your group’s Activity Plan, discuss your thoughts with our staff and we are happy to create a plan that suits your needs.

Curriculum & standards

Our Outdoor Education Director has 5 years experience in the classroom in both public and private school settings and has experience with TEKS and Next Generation Science Standards. When developing an Activity Plan for your group, we will work closely with you to align our activities to the curriculum of your choosing.

Schedules and activity plans are custom-developed according to your group’s interests and needs.

Nature/Sustainability Units Outdoor Appreciation Team Building Indoor
Pollinators

– hiking

– insect collection

– plant observations

– garden walks

Biomes & Ecosystems

– around the world

– local

– aquaponic systems

– water composition & microscopes

Decomposition

– the chemistry and biology involved

– decomposers (worms, fungi, & bacteria)

– various composting methods

– soil amendment

Human Impact

– Usage & consumption awareness

– Pollution & corrective actions  

– Energy, technology, & renewable vs. non-renewable resources

– Sustainability Practices
– Historical perspectives & local insights

– land formations, erosion, & changing landscapes

Canoeing

Archery

Fishing

Swimming

Hiking

– flora & fauna id

– native vs. invasive plants

Yoga

Landscape Art

– painting

– drawing

Rock Art

– stacking

– mandalas

Reading with Trees

– outdoor book-nook with hammocks & chairs

– read alouds, silent reading, partner reading

Low Ropes Course

High Ropes Course

Camping (Survival Skills)
– building a shelter
– setting up tents
– building a fire
– local edible plants
– purifying water

– building a raft

– using a compass

Sports:

– Sand Volleyball

– Basketball

– Kickball

– Gaga Ball

– 9 square in the Air

– Soccer

– Cornhole

Indoor STEM challenges

Recycled material builds and crafts

Map making

Terrariums
– snakes/lizards/turtles

– spiders/insects

Nature Collages

Natural Dyes

Theater & Skits

Native History

Minute to Win it games

Program Rates

Half day

8am – 12pm  or 1pm – 5pm

3 activities per camper

Full day

8am – 5pm

6+ activities per camper

2 days/1 night

8am – 5pm the next day

9+ activities per camper

$6 per camper

(snack provided)

$5 per camper

(snack brought by group)

$15 per camper

(snack & lunch provided)

$10 per camper

(snack & lunch brought by group)

$25 per camper

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$5 per meal per camper
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$1 per snack per camper