Mi School uses an ADVENTURE ACADEMY curriculum – encouraging “education through recreation” – meaning learning is through an activity based approach. Learning is also offered through a theme based approach such as: “Kid’s Kitchen,” “Art Smart,” “Brain Builders,” “Nature Rocks,” “Transportation Station,” “Water World,” “Hero Camp,” “Kids Kingdom” …
Homeschooled and traditionally schooled tots to teens can enroll for one-on-one, small group, and/or large group activities. Programs are available for private families and public groups… CLICK developmental services for additional information on assessments and course options. (Or click image below for larger detail.)
Here’s a virtual tour of our homebase (we also offer programs off-site in others homes, libraries, parks, churches and community buildings) :
If you are planning to visit please watch the videos with your child(ren) and introduce them to our investigation stations.
“Invitation station” invites everyone to join in circle time activities and learn about the world and each other.
“Imagination station” is our dramatic play area where toys teach life lessons and important skills through blocks building, housekeeping, puppets and more.
“Motorvation station” challenges motor skill development through fit fun activities.
“Creation station” encourages expression and artistic techniques.
“Education station” is our library room filled with books, manipulatives and games.
The “Television station” may be used for quiet times or as an educational tool. Electronics are used on a limited bases as students are encouraged to explore their environment and interact with each other while we “make friends, make a mess and make believe” together!
Our resource library is over-flowing with educational activities and top-rated curriculums!
All lessons and themes are deliberately presented to encourage growth in the following areas:
*Self, Social and Emotional Development (resilience, respect & responsibility)
*Physical Development (fine & gross motor, health & safety)
*Creative Interpretation & Expression (music, drama & art)
*Social Studies (culture, geography, history & government)
*Language & Literacy (communication, comprehension, reading & writing)
*Science & Technology (observation, investigation & experimentation)
*Mathematics (numbers, operation, computation, money, time, geometry & measurement)
Kids programs are packed with adventures that are often sensory based and outdoors so please dress accordingly!