Just for Boys! Summer fun for 4 to 7 year olds.

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Just for Boys! Summer fun for 4 to 7 year olds.

Time: June 16, 2009 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Childrens Garden Montessori, Ashland
Street: 210 Alicia St
City/Town: Ashland
Phone: 482-3049
Event Type: childcare, summer, camp
Organized By: Hamsa
Latest Activity: Jun 18, 2009

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Learning is natural when children are in Nature. Let curiosity be the guide!

Just for Boys!
Summer Fun for 4 to 7 year olds

Exploration and some serious boy play await your child this summer at
Children's Garden Montessori where a small safe creek invites water play and construction of water ways, dams and more, trees await eager climbers and an ample play-yard beckons all knights, pirates and superheros to imagine their great adventures within it's fenced in spaces.
Gardens to watch and help grow, sandbox play, woodworking projects,
sports play and activities are some of the outdoor possibilities
for a summer of active learning FUN!

Inside are even more hands on activities, including arts, crafts
and food projects that engage their young minds and offer
more opportunities for sharing, co-operation and team work.
Healthy Organic whole food snacks, songs and games galore!

As a trained Montessori Guide with 20 years experience in the classroom
I am able to provide curriculum and enrichment for the children
in most areas that they are interested in so I can truly
follow their lead and assist them in their discovery process.
Therefore there is no set themes, just endless possibilities!
Also I incorporate Spanish and sign language with all areas of learning to create a whole brain approach to learning that grows strong minds.

I am offering a flexible schedule on T, W, Th's from 9 to 4
Our first day is June 30th and we'll go thru the summer until August 13th
I have a 3 hour minimum per day, and prefer the group to
attend all 3 days per week with whatever hours you need for those days.
My rate is $4.25 per hour.
Pre-Registration is encouraged so I can assure small group size.

Please contact me for enrollment form at:
[email protected] or 482-3049
Also accepting inquiries for my Fall Program for 2009/10

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