This class is no longer available, but we found something similar!
5.0 (17) · Ages 5-8
Confident Communicating: Weekly Speaking Practice and Social Skills
5.0 (11) · Ages 10-15
2 Day Internet Safety for Anyone Under the Age of 18 Years Old - What NOT to Do On The Web
5.0 (735) · Ages 10-15
Dungeons and Dragons 101: Introduction to D&D for Beginners
5.0 (6) · Ages 13-18
Game Night and Social Hour for Teens! Take a Break and Have Fun!
5.0 (45) · Ages 4-8
If You Are Angry and You Know It - Emotional Regulation Strategies
5.0 (13) · Ages 9-12
Tween Girl Power-Social, Growth, and Fun! (Ages 9-12)
learners per class
How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
How Outschool Works
There are no open spots for this class.
You can request another time or scroll down to find more classes like this.
Some might say that food tastes better when you grow it yourself. This goes for eggs too, those nutritional goldmines we buy in sterilized cartons at the grocery store. But when we keep our own birds, we get fresh eggs every day, eggs that are better for you and taste better because the chickens are fed better. We also get feathery friends that brighten up our yards and our lives. We don't all have acres of land or giant chicken farms. Sometimes, we just have a suburban backyard or a...
Students will learn how to keep and care for their backyard chickens. This is specifically for chickens who are past the chick phase. For chick care, see my course "Cheep. Cheep. Thinking About Raising Backyard Chickens?"
I live on a small homestead with my wife and two daughters. We raise chickens, grow food, and preserve it. When the social distancing orders started to go into effect, the last thing we did was to run out and get a batch of chicks to raise. A batch of baby chicks to play with every day seemed just the thing to take the kids minds off of being stuck in the home, with neither friends, nor extended family. And in this time of food insecurity, I thought I'd share some of what I've learned about feeding my family.
Be good. Be kind. Have fun.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Children should include their parents in any conversation about raising animals.
Jason ReynoldsPaper Crane Farm
30 total reviews
25 completed classes
I live on a small homestead with my wife and two daughters (7 & 5). Together, we raise chickens, grow fruits and vegetables, and preserve food for the off season. In this time of food and economic uncertainty, I'd like to share some of the...