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Our days on the farm are designed to create a balance between free, creative play and more structured activities. Nature inspires our curriculum to focuses on themes that mimic the changing of seasons. Our curriculum will feature ample experiences in the following areas of development, all of which will prepare each child for public, private kindergarten, or homeschooling.
The rhythm of our day is inspired by Waldorf education including: outdoor activities such as farm chores, community & snack time, indoor activities and lunch and time for unstructured play. We work very hard to preserve the innocence of childhood and to develop rich creative play in our classrooms.
Our nature based curriculum focuses on a variety of themes that change with the months and seasons.
In addition to the classrooms full of materials to support a child’s imaginative side, you will find many kits or trays of materials that a child may choose to experience. These activities develop fine motor skills, reasoning, math skills, and pre-reading skills.
Children are grouped by age but our program provides many opportunities for mixed-age partnering throughout the day.
Creative Arts: coloring with natural beeswax crayons, modeling beeswax, watercolor painting, drawing, seasonal crafts, music, story-telling and puppetry.
Domestic Arts: cooking, cleaning, sewing, woodworking, repairing, gardening and caring for animals.
Nurturing Arts: natural foods, hair brushing/combing with lavender spray, hand/face washing, daily outdoor time and rest (for full-day children).
Social Arts: empathy, kindness, sharing, leadership, conflict resolution and love.