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In the Rewilding Forest Preschool, children learn and grow through story-based imaginative learning, multi-sensory exploration, and age-appropriate social development. Through immersive exposure to the natural world, students foster connections to the land, each other, and themselves that form the building blocks for a lifetime of learning.


The Forest Preschool meets for two sessions, three days a week, Monday through Wednesday, from September 10, 2018, to June 21, 2019. Please note that we are currently only offering a morning session (9:15-12)


We are incredibly fortunate to be learning and growing at Saw Mill River Audubon’s Brinton Brook Sanctuary in Croton-on-Hudson. This 156-acre preserve has meadows, streams, deep woods, and a pond. In the event of rough weather, we have an alternate program site in the Croton area.

Program Highlights

Over the course of the year, your child can expect to dig for earthworms • make chipmunk houses • listen to the birds • find bird nests • watch birds build nests • eat a snack by a campfire • help build a campfire • be a woodland critter • track a woodland critter • play in the snow • forage food for squirrels • forage food for people • catch a fish • make a bow & arrow (soft tip) • shoot a bow & arrow • hide from forest spirits • be forest spirits • wear bandaids • make leaf art • make leaf friends • listen to stories • tell stories • make human friends.