Clermont County Park District’s Homeschool Programs
Clermont County Park District’s park Naturalists provide a local resource for homeschooling families through weekday nature programs that are educational and encourage hands-on learning. Join other homeschool families and the Clermont County Park District for a day of fun and experiential learning!
Get in Touch with Trees!
Thursday, March 22nd
10 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Pattison Park Lakeside
*Recommended grades: K – 2
Students will explore their sense of touch and discover different textures in nature through an exploratory hike. Students will use their senses to describe the different parts of a tree and how these parts work together. At the conclusion of our program, we will discover WHO else uses trees for their home during our animal talk!
Bees, please! Homeschool Program
Tuesday, April 10th
10 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Shor Park
*Recommended grades: 1 – 3
Did you know that bees and butterflies aren’t the only pollinators? During this program, students will learn about the process of pollination, pollinators and the roles they play in our own lives. Students will learn from hands-on activities, and a hike where they will learn how to identify plants and their importance.
Create your own program!
Homeschoolers are encouraged to team up with 10 or more paid participants (adults and children) and schedule any program offered in our program listings. Please contact our Lead Naturalist if you have a specific topic you are interested in.
All of our Naturalist programs are available for Homeschool groups and can be tailored to meet specific standards and needs. To view our current program offerings, please follow this link: