Summer Garden 

JUNE 6 – AUGUST 12, 2016

Prairie Hill Waldorf School offers Waldorf inspired summer programs for children 3 years to 9 years of age. Our programs are open to any child who is daytime potty trained.

Join our experienced Early Childhood teachers and their enthusiastic staff for fun in the sun, joyful play and creating! Participants will enjoy fun themes for each week. Nourish your child’s inherent connection to nature and enliven a sense of wonder!

At Prairie Hill Summer Garden, your child will experience:

  • Activities that delight children
  • Skill building
  • Creative play
  • Nature exploration
  • Music and movement
  • Artistic and practical activities
  • Consistent rhythm

Snacks: Daily snacks will be provided; children may have the opportunity to help prepare them. Lunch: Please pack a healthy lunch for your child for both half day and full day participants.

Full days: $225 per week (9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)

Half days: $180 per week (9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)

Early Bird Discount: $10 per class for registration and payment received by deadline listed on the registration form.

Before Camp Care: 7:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. ($40 per week)

After Camp Care: 3:30 p.m. – 5 p.m. ($40 per week)

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Weekly details for Summer Garden:

Week 1: June 6-10 Grow Garden Grow Enjoy working in the beautiful gardens around Prairie Hill. Our little ‘Gardeners’ may make bouquets, work with the vegetables, and enjoy tending Mother Nature in all her Summer Glory!

Week 2: June 13-17 Bugs and Butterflies They are everywhere we look and look we will!  Children may explore and discover the beauty of bugs and butterflies while making crafts inspired by this fun theme.

Week 3: June 20-24 Fairy Tales Build castles in the sand and in the woods, hunt dragons on the prairie and pretend to be Rapunzel in her high tower!  Children may create crowns or stick swords and fabulous memories.

Week 4: June 27-July 1 Friendly Frogs Children will hunt for our hopping green friends, search for their homes and observe the many types of toadstools hiding in the woods and more.

Week 5: July 11-15 Magical Forest Meander through the enchanting trails to find fairies, gnome holes and other magical forest friends. Children may build tiny homes and gardens, create wands, wood gnomes and enjoy the wonder of their rich imaginations.

Week 6: July 18-22 Mythical Creatures Magical, mythical creatures abound in these uncharted territories. Children may listen to fairy tales, create fun dragon tails and unicorn horns and revel in the joy of summer fun.

Week 7: July 25-29 Parade of Music Create and play musical instruments out of everyday household items. Children will end the week with a delightful parade of music through the school & grounds.

Week 8: Aug 1-5 Fine Feathered Friends Observe the magic, hear their songs and make a beautiful home for birds. Children may make a feathered friend and a birdhouse during this week of Summer Garden.

Week 9: Aug 8-12 Fun Unearthed Turn over that rock, dig a little deeper and experience the secrets that lie beneath the surface of the earth!


View 2016 Summer Garden Brochure Print the Registration Form