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sing and play

Ferntop Nature School presents

Sing and Play is a rich experience for both caregiver and child (ages 3-5). 
Meeting Thursdays from 3:00-4:45, children will not only play, but will
receive loving guidance in social emotional skills and imaginative play,
all while challenging their bodies and minds. Under the care of Ms.
Tess, a trained Musikgarten teacher, and experienced nature/forest
educator, and her multi-talented assistant Ms. Julie, children ages 3-5
will enjoy 1 hour of playtime, then gently transition to a music and
creative movement time on our large outdoor pavilion or in our meadow
space. Playtime will take place on Ferntop’s nationally recognized
natural playscape, as well as some of Ferntop’s other enchanting
outdoor environments.


Using elements of the God’s Children Sing Musikgarten curriculum,your child will have 40 minutes of song, storytelling, and movement with an emphasis on Bible stories, the wonders of creation, and songs of praise. Parents will be expected to be on the floor, participating with their child. 

Parents/Caregivers will be a part of a creative musical experience as we learn - not just in nature, but with nature. This is a parent participation class, and parents are expected to stay for the duration of the 1 hour and 45 minute period.  

Ferntop Nature School

 Ten week session, meets Thursdays 3:00-4:45 pm

$400 per child. No cost for accompanying caregiver.  

This class is for the registered child and 1 caregiver, no siblings are allowed except for nursing infants. 
Our classes are held 100% outside, except in the event of severe thunderstorms, in which case class may be held in the indoor classroom for safety purposes. During extremely cold weather, class will be held in our commercial sized greenhouse classroom. 

We follow Williamson County Schools for weather closures, so while rare, there is the possibility of last minute cancellation of class during inclement weather. This will be communicated as soon as the decision has been made to provide time for families to adjust accordingly. 

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