Rescue Ranch Homeschool Club

Come join us for STEM lessons based on amazing animal traits! This year we will learn about extraordinary animals and see if we can replicate what they do. For example, the mannequin bird makes noise without opening its beak! We will lean how it makes noise as well as create our own noisemaker using a similar method.

Each session runs from 9:30-12:00 and includes a science lesson as well as hands on animal encounters. We typically meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, but may have to adjust dates due to holidays. Please see the schedule below. Our first semester runs from September-November. We will have another semester from February-April posted by the end of the year.

Families are also welcome to stay and play on the playground, have a picnic lunch, and hike on the nature trails. This is included in the price of the program (there is a $3 fee per additional child who is not part of Rescue Ranch Homeschool Club).

Cost: $25 per child, per month or $60 for the semester (September-November)


Weekly Themes:

  • September 11- How can an Octopus escape?
  • September 25- How does the Mannequin bird make noise without opening its beak?
  • October 9- How and why do spiders make webs?
  • October 23- How does a penguin stay dry and keep their egg warm?
  • November 13- How does a dung beetle navigate?
  • November 20- How do frogs and chameleons catch their food?