Outdoor Classroom

Art Class

Chapel

Playball

Outdoor Classroom

Our school classes explore our beautiful Outdoor Classroom twice a week. Ms. Emma shares a lesson with each class once a week that entails how we treat and respect nature and the world around us.

 

The children also enjoy a range of outdoor activities including exploring our mud kitchens, rock wall, tee-pee, musical wall, block play tables, nature books, sensory garden beds, a variety of growing plants, our bunny Nibbles, and much more!

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Playball

Our classes enjoy the excitement and developmental rewards of Playball as an in-house activity offered once every week! (Offered for all middle-twos & up.)

"Playball offers a variety of sport and movement programs for boys and girls. All of the programs are taught in a fun-filled, energetic and positive environment and for the last 30 years children from all over the world have enjoyed the positive impact that Playball has had on their lives. We are not just another ball program. We use the medium of sports to improve motor development, increase concentration, build muscle tone, improve hand-eye and foot-eye coordination, improve balance along with countless life skills. At Playball your children will learn persistence, courage, responsibility, teamwork, self worth, and numerous other attributes. Playball motivates children to participate in sports and sparks an interest in physical activity. At Playball we are partners in education. We believe that success leads to confidence and more success!"

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Art

We offer a weekly art class taught with a theme we like to call Little Masters. Taught by Rachel Galotti, the class allows our children to learn what art is, including the basics as well as learning all about the Masters that have historically shaped them. We also explore various art methods and techniques that enable the children to express themselves creativity and exercise their fine-motor skills in the process. 

Chapel

Pastor Mike Watson enjoys chapel once a week with our Pre-K and Kindergarten classes. Time spent together involves a biblical story, music, and song.