Ninja Coyotes - Give your child the Gift of the Wild!
Beavers, bobcats, and barred owls, OH MY! Who has been eating this leaf?! Will this grass help our fire grow bigger?! What colors do we see in this frog's camouflage?! So many questions and so much to explore in this incredible, living world!
Children ages 4-6 join us for a day of learning through play! We will do everything the big kids do in a developmentally appropriate way. Making fires, tracking animals, learning bird language, building shelters, sitting quietly and connecting with the forest.... Each day will be filled with games, stories, and getting plenty dirty!
With a low student-teacher ratio, social emotional needs and processes will get all the time they need. Students will be nurtured and cared for by a loving, passionate teacher who has found her calling with early childhood. Each kiddo will leave feeling empowered and confident as a nature explorer. Instead of walking through the forest being interested in it, they will swim through the forest as one with it
This class is for children aged 4-6, though this is somewhat flexible, depending on the child's aptitude and experience. All children must be potty trained to participate.
We will be offering one week of Ninja Coyote Summer Camp during the summer of 2017. Please contact us if you'd like us to contact you when we have chosen our dates, or check this page soon.
We anticipate running our Ninja Coyote progrom during the 2017-18 school year as well, with weekly and monthly classes from September through May. Please contact us to reserve your spot now.
All sessions take place take place on our secluded creekside property with a wide lawn and acres of huge trees.
We are located about 4 miles east of Duvall, Washington at 31815 NE 162nd St. Duvall, WA 98019. View Google Map
Parking: When you turn onto 318th Ave NE, come down the hill. We're right at the bottom where the road tees onto 162nd St. Please pull *ALL THE WAY* into our driveway to minimize blocking our one lane road.
Please provide a complete changes of clothing. We have a creek, mud, fog and often wet underbrush. Wool clothing is very good if it is cool. Camouflage colors (greens, browns, greys) will make stealth games much easier. Waterproof clothing is ok, but tends to be loud, so don't rely on it alone. Make sure whatever they wear is ok to get dirty and wet.
Students should bring a hearty lunch and large snack every day. It is also vital to pack a water bottle every day as we run and play often!
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Tracks & Tales Nature School is owned and operated by Flying Mountain Ltd., which is based in Duvall, Washington.