As we enter the New Year, Wholistic Learning Resources is making a few changes. We have already added a new Thursday program. The previously scheduled Clay & Printmaking class is being replaced with Native American Crafts & Storytelling, for both Grades 1-3 and 4-8.
This will be a creative, experiential class, exploring Native American culture. Students will learn about Native American practices such as grinding corn and using a pump drill. Students will make “medicine” bags while learning about medicinal plants and will also create with clay, using inspiration from the stories.
Both classes will be taught by Katrina Schultz. Katrina holds a B.A. in Child Development from California State University, Sacramento. In addition, she has completed the Waldorf Teacher Training Program at Rudolf Steiner College, has specialty classes at Camellia Waldorf School and has apprenticed at Chaw’se Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park. A home educator herself, Katrina Schultz is an avid gardener who enjoys sharing her passion for the arts, nature and storytelling.
If you have any questions about this new program or any other WLR classes, call Sandi at 916-606-0799.