January 27, 2017

City Kids had the day off today, and we went to the movies!!!   We took the kids to see The Eagle Huntress, an inspirational story about a young girl in Mongolia who becomes the first female master eagle hunter.  The film is beautiful, captivating, and surpri...

January 12, 2017

In World Cultures & Geography this week, our kids learned about some of the first navigators who used Wayfinding, the practice of navigating the open oceans sole by observing the stars, the sun, the movement of the ocean, and other signs in nature.  We focused on the f...

January 7, 2017

This week for City Kids' Stories, our kids focused on synonyms while writing their narratives. With the help of their supportive writing teacher, Michael Smith, they considered whether they were using the most precise words available to express themselves.  The kids wr...

January 6, 2017


City Kids had a great time learning about how Native Americans have observed and used the night skies.  Included in this lesson were a few origin stories about how things in nature came to be, like the Iroquois legend, The Hunting of The Great Bear.  Following the pre...

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