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Kindergarten is one of the greatest journeys you and your child will ever experience. Our Kindergarten team believes deeply in a developmental approach to educating this age group and so we strive to provide experiences and guidance that will nurture our youngest students. A weekly Children’s Garden class allows our children to learn classroom group dynamics as well as science, social studies, and math concepts. Large and small motor skills development is a priority during class time. The Kindergarten team is always available to any of our Kindergarten families to add additional support.
Workshops: Childcare provided with RSVP
Further Along the Journey K-3: October 11th 10am-12 pm Conference Room. Participating parents enjoyed a time of discovery with bookmaking activities along with science and social studies theme ideas.
Watch our newsletter for information about future workshops!
October in the Garden
Fall is here! The air is cooler in the morning, dew stays longer on the leaves too, and fall vegetables have been planted! Now we wait for the leaves on trees to change color and fall to the ground. Deciduous and Evergreen trees will be introduced to our students. In the classroom we will continue our conversation of seasons changing and begin new conversations of what to look for in the fall. For starters, we'll be talking about animals that look for food to store up for winter. We'll also take a look at what we will be able to harvest from our garden in the fall. At the end of the month we will have fun looking at skeletons in our body and compare them to an animal that visits our garden.