For new explorers ages 10-24 months
For eager walkers ages 2-4
Learn alongside you child in this parent-participation class! It is a great way to support your child's natural curiosity and comfort outdoors this fall, while learning about nature yourself!
Our Wild Ones program is intended for children who are 10 months - 2 years old to learn together with their caregiver. Some amount of walking and mobility is required, however there is not as much walking and exploration as the Wildlings program.
Our Wildlings program is intended to help children ages 2 - 4 years old learn together with their caregiver. This program is for older toddlers who are eager to walk around and explore.
Seasonal activities may include making a campfire and cooking over it, enjoying edible plants, building woodland forts and shelters, catching critters and exploring forest colors and textures through stories, discovery and creative projects.
We often offer WildOnes and Wildlings for multiple days of the week. You can sign up for one day a week or multiple days a week for the duration of the series.
Fall Season: September 12 - November 18
Registration for Fall Season
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Registration is non-refundable.
Siblings Attending Kids younger than 10 months old can attend for free with their registered older sibling and parent/caregiver. Please let us know if this situation applies to you and we will e-mail you waivers to sign. We have to strictly monitor class size, so only participants who have waivers signed can attend.
Packing List Before the start of the program, we send an email to all participants with the packing list and arrival instructions.
Weather Safety Class will occur in sunny or rainy weather. Class is cancelled only due to dangerous weather (temps below 20 F, lightning, high winds) or health concerns. Either a make -up date or 50% credit will be given, depending on scheduling needs of The Rewilding School.
If anyone has any questions or last-minute coordination concerns, they can email firstname.lastname@example.org