ROOTS + SHOOTS ~ A Caregiver Child Program
The Waldorf School of Mendocino County Caregiver Child Program provides education and resources for caregivers and their children from ages one to three. Participants come together in an inviting environment that echoes the rhythms of a Waldorf Early Childhood classroom, where young children are encouraged to explore their experience of the world through imaginative play. These meetings offer caregivers a place to connect, to discuss child development and parenting techniques, create seasonal arts and crafts, and to learn about Waldorf education with an experienced classroom teacher.
Sing Songs, Play Games, and Meet New Friends
For parents and caregivers, Roots and Shoots provides a platform for discussion on child development and parenting. Our experienced teacher and other parents will offer sources of inspiration for life at home. Enjoy twelve sweet mornings with your child in a lovely classroom at The Waldorf School of Mendocino County.
12 consecutive Thursdays from 9:00 to 11:00 am
For parents and young children ages 1 to 3
Limited Space available (8 families)
Next session starts January 13th.
For information or to inquire about space availability, please call the school at 707-485-8719, or email our Enrollment Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.