Angelique Kenney and her Earth and Sky School
is dedicated to connecting individuals to the inherent
wisdom of themselves and the natural world.
Earth and Sky
Summer Camp (4-10 yrs.)
Eagle Rock Reservation
Current Available sessions:
July: Afternoons (12:15-3:15)
Weeks of July 12th, July 19th and July 26th.
August Mornings (9-12)
Weeks of August 16th and 23rd.
for information on availabilities and registration.
Imagination runs wild in the beauty and magic of the natural world.
Tree trunks and giant rocks, squirrels and roly-polys, shy fox and mossy stumps beckon young hearts and spirits to come play. Spend the afternoon in the woods experiencing and learning first-hand, the beauty and magic of the natural world. As we connect to our local habitat, the woods of First Mountain.
Your child will observe and experience change as it happens in the Forest. Inspiring us to grow and change in our own ways and to trust in our innate knowledge and wisdom. We will develop a relationship with the natural world and understand that we are a part of it. We will make tree friends and see the ‘medicine’ in the creatures we encounter.
Come adventure with us, as we discover First Mountain’s magic places, like Tree Alley, First Fort and Big Boulder; build dams at the creek along Skunk Cabbage Lane and do leaf races at Three Bridges.
Earth and Sky Forest School seeks to build relationships between our natural world and young people. We will see plants and animals as fellow ‘earthlings’. Each session will offer a topic or focus allowing for personal discovery and connection. Some topic areas include: How was our mountain formed? Do trees communicate? How is the forest a community? What animals live here? Who lived here before we did and how did they live?
Social-emotional learning and shared imaginative play is a big part of our time together as well as problem-solving and creative projects. As part of all EaS (Earth and Sky School) programs, we offer participants moments to connect mindfully with themselves. We will feel at home, as we get to know what's in our very own backyard.
Increasingly, research is showing broad benefits from spending time in nature. It is a stress-reducer, spirit-lifter, self-esteem booster and independence-maker and attention-restorer. I personally believe it stimulates creativity and helps to establish respect for our natural environment.
Afternoons spent in the woods anchor children in real life, beyond the social and academic pressures of our human constructed world. Forest School teaches children to trust themselves, to observe, to develop empathy, to think outside the box, to cooperate and so much more. Time in the woods will give your child a sense of connectedness with all the living things on our beautiful planet.