Kid’s Class: Handmade Bird Feeders
Winter is the perfect time to show a little love to our feathered friends! It is also a season filled with opportunities to quietly observe and learn more about the birds that visit your neighborhood. We will be making a variety of simple bird feeders using repurposed items such as pine cones and toilet paper rolls. All ages and abilities are welcome.
The class will be on the 12′ x 60′ back porch that is covered with an enclosure…out of wind and rain. Kids can also go feed the goats and walk around the farm/play on the swing set. Parents/Grandparents are welcome to bring a lunch and enjoy time outdoors on the farm.
Note: Any parents who want to drop off older children, must sign a farm liability waiver.
Cori Williams has many talents: Teacher, Graphic artist, certified Tennessee Naturalist, and has taught using the Charlotte Mason and Reggio Emilia methods. She has a true LOVE of Nature and Sustainable Living and would love to share that enthusiasm with your child.
Cori and her 10-year-old son are native Nashvillians and are constantly seeking new opportunities for nature hikes and effective/engaging learning experiences.
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