The Azalea Mountain Morning Garden is a parent-child program for families with young children who are looking for community and connection in their parenting journey. The parent-child group offers a wonderful bridge between the child’s early life at home and their future entry into school.
Morning Garden is an early childhood education program. It answers the call of families offering support and companionship in the early years of parenting. The program strives to create a nurturing, rhythmical environment for the children as well as time for parents to further their understanding of creating peace in the family through repetition and ritual. This shared space offers parents a time to deepen their own intuitive knowledge and discover new ways of being with their children.
The program offers a supportive environment for parents to explore the joys and challenges of raising young children, to learn simple adult crafts, stories and songs and to joyfully observe young children in movement, play and social interaction.
Some of the topics focused on in the Morning Garden Program are:
We warmly invite you to come learn and experience the beauty of Waldorf parenting. Our morning will start with free-play followed by circle time. During circle time we will sing through the seasons, learn verses and games. Having worked up an appetite we will prepare and share a seasonal snack. After snack the children will be free to explore and play while the caregivers sit down to work on a seasonal craft project and discuss a chosen book with the lead teacher. We will conclude our morning with an oral story and puppet show. Class open to ages 0-3.5.
Additional Siblings: Siblings are welcome to attend the class for an additional $50, if within the class age range. There is no additional fee for pre-walking infants when accompanying an older toddler. Further class information will be sent to you upon acceptance into the program.Please contact the school office at 828.575.2557 or email us for more information.
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The Azalea Mountain School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.