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When:   Wednesdays, Fridays      Time:  ​   10AM - 12PM    
 Saturdays     Time:    9AM- 11AM 

Ages:   All Ages Welcome - Activities designed for ages 18 months -4 years

Ratio:  1 Educator for each group; caregiver stays with child for the program​

Educators: Ms. Teri

Investment: $25 per class or purchase a package to save!

Classes begin Wednesday April 10th, 2024!

New for SPRING 2024:

Launching a new ability to purchase a package! Buy a package and only sign up for the classes that work in your schedule!

Sample Day: 

10:00 - 10:25: Arrival time, Free Play

10:25 - 10:40: Good Morning Circle Time; Short themed activity/story

10:40 - 11:00: Tour of the Gardens/ Picking weeds to feed the chickens & feeding the chickens and goats (A favourite activity!)

11:00 - 11:15: Snack & Story time in the forest on our story log 

11:15- 11:25: Forest Walk, if you wish

11:25 - 12:00: Mud Kitchen/ Forest Play/ Free time to go back to your favourite part  (Forest, Playground, Chickens etc)

Our time together will be fluid and we'll follow the children's lead in whatever is inspiring their play. If you want to stay longer with the chickens, go for it! Enjoy your time together. This time is for you and your little wildling.  Please do not enter the barn- it is a working farm and the barn has tools in it. Please respect the gardens and watch yours and your littles steps. Even an area that doesn't "look" like anything is growing could be hiding something yummy and we don't want to squish it with our feet!


How to Dress your Little for Farm & Forest School:

  • Warm Pants & Socks

  • Rain Pants

  • Rain Boots / Shoes that can get dirty

  • Top: Lots of Layers! T- shirt, light sweater, rain coat 

Dress for the weather! We will play and explore RAIN OR SHINE! We will need to cancel our activities in the event of severe weather.


What to bring:

Small bag (backpack is best) with water bottles, bug spray, sunscreen, some snacks,  a face cloth for washing mucky hands, and... your sense of adventure! Your littles will get the most out of our time together if grown-ups are ACTIVELY participating in the play!

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