Children spend at least 95% of our program outdoors. Our facilitators support their practice on a emergent curriculum, where children engage in a self-guided exploration of the forest, helping them to build an early connection with nature, as well as critical thinking skills and a curiosity about the natural world.
Our programs are focused on deliver little bits of information about science and biology plus supporting small children’ imagination and creativity through storytelling, outdoor play and wildlife exploration.
We take shelter indoors in the case of heavy rain or lightning, but participants otherwise spend the entire time outdoors exploring the adjacent forest our our partners venue.
This “place-based” approach to education gives children the opportunity to connect meaningfully with the natural beauty of the environment and wildlife.