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Homestead Food FLEX Class (Teens)
Learn about food and homesteading in this 8-week flexible schedule class. We will discuss gardens, gardening, herbs, harvesting, preserving, egg storage, butter making, bread making, off-grid power & solar cooking. Gluten & Dairy Free avail
Kate (BA, ESL - TESOL, TEFL)
4 total reviews for this teacher
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No live meetings
Over 8 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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This class is great for ALL Learners, Homeschool, ESL, and International students because time zones do not apply. The pre-recorded videos can be watched and content can be completed anytime (within the 8 weeks class duration). This class is packed with information! Every Week, I will upload a lesson with pre-recorded videos discussing a different homestead garden or food topic. Nearpod presentations will include videos, informational slides, and interactive slides. Students will also...
I have lived on a homestead my entire life in the mountains of the inland northwest (garden zones 5 & 6). I grew up on a multigenerational orchard/homestead. My husband also grew up in this lifestyle. When we married we started our own homestead. Currently, we have 3 cows, 6 sheep (plus lambs), 25 chickens, 3 guinea hens, 3 cats, and 3 dogs ... (I think we like the number 3. lol). We plant a large garden every year and our small orchard has pears, cherries, apples, plums, and peaches (yum). We are currently on-grid, but we'd love to be more off-grid in the future.
(week 1) Jar, (week 2) toilet paper tubes, (week 3) herb seeds, potting soil, planting container, (week 4) binder & paper, (week 6) bread recipe list will be provided the week before, (week 7) heavy whipping cream (dairy), non-dairy butter recipe will be provided the week before, (week 8) pizza box, aluminum foil, plastic wrap
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
I will send a Nearpod lesson to students each week. Students will access Nearpod with a link or code I sent for each lesson. Students are encouraged to enter a nickname for privacy when signing into the lesson. If students use a code they will 1) Go to join.nearpod.com 2) Type in the code, 3) Put in a name or nickname. Some slides will access topic-related websites. Example: a garden zone finder. Additionally, some links in the handouts will have resources that require an email to access. These will not be required resources, only optional if the student and parent want to use them. For example, I share a garden journal template from a website with a lot of information, but it does require an email to receive it. Students will be watching age-appropriate Youtube videos, embedded into Nearpod lessons, related to homesteading skills. If you have concerns about a topic or platform please message me. I do my best to keep video topics light-hearted but complete.
Kate (BA, ESL - TESOL, TEFL)
Having fun helping students love learning.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
4 total reviews
23 completed classes
Hello! My name is Kate. I am a homeschool mom, small farm owner, herbalist, gluten-free baker, online teacher, and lover of books. I have taught for 20 years: homeschool, alternative education, small co-ops, and as a substitute in public...