Natural Learning Resources for the

Whole Family

Take a peak at any of our sample packets and begin exploring what Natural Learning looks like for your unique family.


21 Themes • Ages 2-5

In the Your Natural Learner Pre-K/Kindergarten Curriculum, that insatiable curiosity that your child has is met at every turn. Through hands-on activities, nature and sensory exploration, and a world of themes to match every possible interest or question your child might have, you will be ever-prepared to provide a natural learning experience for your little one.

The full curriculum includes nine themes.

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First Grade

9 Themes • Ages 6-7

In the Your Natural Learner First Grade Curriculum, your child will get to fully embrace that feeling of discovering how big and wide the world around them is, and figuring out exactly how they fit into it as a unique individual. With themes such as My Body, My Creative Self, and My Family, there is an entire year of self-discovery ahead for your big learner!

The full curriculum includes nine themes.

Second Grade

Great for ages 7-8

In the Your Natural Learner Second Grade Curriculum, we take this soaring literacy developmental period very seriously! The entire curriculum is centered around the idea that your child is developing these immense new powers, and walks your child through a journey of literary discovery through nine different genres. From diving into someone else’s life in the Biography theme to exploring self-expression in the Poetry theme, your child will have the opportunity to find those genres and topics that truly excite them - setting them up for a lifelong love of reading and learning!

The full curriculum includes nine themes.

Third Grade

Great for ages 8-9

In the Your Natural Learner Third Grade Curriculum, we help you help your child, with a focus on those social and emotional development skills that are so desperately needed! The academic necessities are woven in seamlessly while you focus on helping your child develop self-regulation skills and emotional growth through themes that focus on things like Courage, Determination, and Humility, your child will not only make it through this year, but walk into next year with tools that even many adults today are lacking!

The full curriculum includes nine themes.

Fourth Grade


The full curriculum will include nine themes.

Fifth Grade


The full curriculum will include themes.

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Every Theme Includes:

  • Child Development Information for Parents
  • Social Connections
  • Art & Expression
  • Math
  • Science
  • Nature Explorations
  • Literacy Activities & Book Recommendations
  • Expansion Ideas

Foundations of Natural Learning


With true meaningful learning, we must trust that our children are inherently capable of learning everything they want and need to know when they need to know it, on precisely their own unique natural timeline.


Without motivation, there is no meaningful learning. A child must be interested in and have a reason for learning something for it to make sense and matter to their world.


The child’s environment acts as their vehicle to the world of meaningful learning. An organized and intentionally designed learning space gives your child the opportunity to engage in creative, imaginative, and investigative child-led discoveries that create the most meaningful learning experiences of all.


Adults who build meaningful connection with their children create safe and secure spaces for learning to take place. Fostering connection through observation, conversation, and engagement builds your child’s confidence and independent learning skills.


A child must have freedom of movement in order to fully process the learning they’re doing. This looks like reimagining your learning space as one filled with open spaces and opportunities vs desks and bookwork.


Intentionally chosen literature is a critical component of meaningful learning, as it enhances your child’s ability to connect to others, expand their ideas, and develop their own natural literacy skills.


A child’s daily and life rhythm is key to their meaningful learning, as the security of knowing what, when, and where to expect what’s coming next allows them to safely explore the unknowns in the world around them.