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Nature Play Studio

Private Playgroup for the MOMS Club East Marietta on 6/6

Private Playgroup for the MOMS Club East Marietta on 6/6

Regular price $12.00
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Playful Learning:
Our private class will include a welcome and opening circle, a book or picture walk, a song, movement, a play based project, and a closing. Our playful learning will be curated to the ages in your group. Your learners will explore the outdoor classroom and learn using their hands as well as imagination. We will update with more specifics soon! 

Private Class 
    • 10:00-11:30 am
    • What to bring? Water, snack, bug repellent. 
    • What to wear? Clothes for outdoor play. Change of clothes for the ride home just in case we dive into some messy play. 
    • Chickens: bring past prime leafy veggie scraps, melon rind, cantaloupe seeds.
    • Turtles: bring chopped kale or cabbage or turtle food! They love dried meal worms which can be bought at Kroger in the pet food section. 
    • Our outdoor learning program is designed by education experts and loved by families.
    • Our expert-led, play-based classes help kids develop important skills and fall in love with nature
    • The Lake Claire Community Land Trust has warmly welcomed our community to enjoy their space this Spring. What a gem this place is in Atlanta!
    • The Land Trust has chickens, a turtle pond, walking paths, a huge sand play area, a restroom, picnic tables, shelter, gardens, and a tree swing.
    • On-street parking available on Arizona, New York Ave, and Indiana Ave. Please be mindful to NOT block driveways. 
    • Where: The Lake Claire Community Cultural Land Trust, 270 Arizona Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA  30307

 

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Play = Learning

"For a child there is no division between playing and learning; between the things he or she does 'just for fun' and things that are 'educational.' The child learns while living and any part of living that is enjoyable is also play."  Penelope Leach