Sculpture Homeschool 

September - October, 2018

Mondays (Ages 8-12)

  • Full-Day Program
  • Dates: Mondays, September 10, 17, 24, October 1, 8, 15, 22
  • 7 sessions
  • Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
  • Location: Knoll Farm, 700 Bragg Hill Rd. Fayston, VT
  • Tuition: $280/ siblings $140

Tool Focus

This program is for kids who want to learn advanced woodworking & building skills. Throughout the seven week course they will learn how to work with chisels, miter saw, bandsaw, drill press & more. Each session will provide an opportunity to create a new project using a new tool and technique.


Collaborative Learning

Large-scale projects require everyone in the group to engage and contribute their ideas. Every session gives kids the choice to work independently, with partners, or to make something as a whole group.

  • learn how to safely operate advanced power tools
  • develop woodworking and tool vocabulary
  • practice planning, visualizing, and crafting skills through prototyping
  • grow a sense of pride through completing creative projects

See examples of Sculpture Homeschool projects from spring 2018.


Wednesdays (Ages 5-8)

  • Full-Day Program
  • Dates: Wednesdays, September 5, 12, 19, 26, October 3, 10, 17
  • 7 sessions
  • Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
  • Location: Knoll Farm, 700 Bragg Hill Rd. Fayston, VT
  • Tuition: $280/ siblings $140


In this full-day course kids explore materials and approach projects freely without constraints. They will practice the fundamentals of building and learn how to safely use jig saws, drills, and clamps through a series of creative and collaborative projects.

  • explore and tinker with lumber & raw materials
  • gain sense of confidence using tools
  • exercise creative expression without constraints
  • unleash imagination through play

Creative Play

Throughout the day kids engage in creative outdoor games and challenges. Every activity is designed to foster cooperative learning and group problem solving through play.

In this game called “Egg Carts” kids raced across a field to deliver eggs on PVC pipes. The goal of the game was to safely transport an egg from the chicken coop to an egg carton.

The marble run is an example of an activity that provides “loose parts” for kids to manipulate and arrange in an infinite amount of creative ways. Silly and challenging prompts are introduced throughout the activity to get kids problem solving together.