Last week our Grade 4 students spent 3 days and 2 nights in beautiful Big Basin. Highlights included: making s’mores, hiking, preparing meals, enjoying giant redwood trees, and bonding with classmates.
To learn more about our Outdoor Education program, please visit: https://www.hamlin.org/program/outdoor-education
Grade 4 students recently went on an outdoor education adventure to Pie Ranch and Big Basin State Park.
As part of the experience, our girls did the following:
Wednesday – Students went on a tour of Pie Ranch and picked fruits and veggies, later eating these with dinner. Girls set up tents at Big Basin, followed by free time, dinner (students prepared and served the meal and did clean up), and a night hike.
Thursday – This was a “big hike” day, led by Big Basin Rangers. Art, Science and Social Studies rotations took place in the afternoon. Snack, free time, dinner. Campfire and s’mores.
Friday – Pack up, time for self-reflection, drive to Waddell Beach for beach fun and closing circle.
To learn more about our Outdoor Education Program, please visit: https://www.hamlin.org/page/program/outdoor-education