Ages 2 through 6
Rooted in the traditions of the Forest School model, this drop-off outdoor nature program nurtures self-confidence and determination and deepens children’s connection to the Earth. Through sensory-based learning in our natural environment, children uncover nature’s treasures, create meaningful community, and form enduring relationships. Children will be guided through this three-hour outdoor* program by experienced educators who put the social, emotional, and physical needs of your children first.
EACH DAY INCLUDES
Storytelling | Creative Arts | Open-ended Play | Guided Exploration/Hiking | Community Mealtime
*During the Winter Session, Community Mealtime, Storytelling and Creative Arts will take place in our indoor classroom.
2018 SESSION DATES
All classes meet 9:30am – 12:30pm.
SUMMER: 6 week session Tuesday, July 10 – Friday, August 17
Registration Process begins February 2
T/Th or W/F (2x/week): $480; T/W/Th/F (4x/week): $960
Please complete the New Family Questionnaire to be placed on the waitlist.
AUTUMN: 12 week session Tuesday, September 4 – Friday, November 30 (no classes the week of Thanksgiving)
T/Th or W/F (2x/week): $1,000; T/W/Th/F (4x/week): $2,000
Please complete the New Family Questionnaire to determine whether the Forest Explorers program is the right fit.
HOW DOES OUR REGISTRATION PROCESS WORK?
Once our current and past Forest Families have had an opportunity to register for upcoming seasons, we open the registration process to the public. All new registrants are asked to first complete a questionnaire to help determine whether the Forest Explorers program is the right fit for their family. Our goal is to make sure we are able to accommodate the physical, social, emotional and nutritional needs of each child while building a positive, nurturing community in each class. Once the questionnaire process is complete, the teachers read through the responses as a team, build classes based on the information we received, and invite new families to register.
QUESTIONS? CONTACT US!
Photo Credit: Jess Brey, QBG Staff