December 21, 2016

Here at City Kids, science is a regular part of our week; kids are natural scientists, and they love learning about how the world around them works.  This week, our kids learned the basics of computer programming.  First, they learned a bit about how programming is a l...

December 18, 2016

Last week, we wrapped up our semester long exploration of textiles, during which our kids learned about and worked with textiles from different parts the world, including Asia and Africa.  At the end of the week, they had the chance to experiment with painting and dyin...

December 16, 2016


Back bends are a life skill.

So is drumming! :)

December 15, 2016

Much of what we do in City Kids, including our City Kids Stories program, is built around our World Cultures & Geography program, the heart of City Kids Cooperative.  We want our kids to grow up respecting, admiring, and maybe even loving the other cultures they learn...

December 15, 2016

Today our kids learned a bit about what naturalists take with them when they go into parks to explore and observe, like measuring tools and magnifying glasses. On their walk through the woods with a local ranger, the kids spotted a barred owl, which was unusually calm...

December 14, 2016


This week, our kids finished off their taxonomy session on reptiles!  Each kid had a chance to present their research on the reptile of their choice.  We had turtles, snakes, lizards, and more.  These presentations are a great way for our kids to practice different sk...

December 4, 2016

For City Kids' World Culture & Geography program, our families rotate planning lessons and activities; we dedicate time to each part of the world, and families can sign up for which units they want to lead.  Kids and parents can talk about what they want to learn and t...

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