We understand the importance of education. Grace Heritage Ranch began with developing teaching and instruction for our own children 25 years ago. We’ve attended State-sponsored workshops designed to help educators teach children about agriculture, conservation, and animals. Students love our outdoor classroom because they enjoy the experience while learning.
1. Auditory (hearing, speaking)
2. Visual (seeing, reading)
3. Kinesthetic (touch, do, draw, write)
Grace Heritage Ranch offers the opportunity for students to involve their senses and use of each of these modalities to experience the ranch with hands-on opportunities. Students become more aware of the world around them as they learn that people drink milk from cows, goats and other animals. A whole new world is opened up as they try their hand at milking a goat. Our guided tour communicates the importance of agriculture and offers students real life experiences about homesteading though interaction with heritage animals, gardening, honeybees, and spinning fibers.
We accommodate large groups by splitting them into smaller groups, changing our tour for learning “stations” that smaller groups rotate through.