Tending to Tots is a Waldorf inspired program for parents and/or caregivers and children (ages 1-3) hosted on the farm at Keiki and Plow. This small group (10 max) program will run for 6 weeks with a purpose to nurture a child's curiosity, strengthen roots of connection to self, others, and nature while embracing the wild of these wonderful early years. This class also offers a supportive space for families to connect, discuss child development, rhythm and family life, and grow community.
During our morning together, you and your child will experience tending to the land, enjoy farm fresh snacks, engage in circle songs, stories, seasonal crafting and explore the uniquely playful learning environment that Keiki and Plow has to offer.
6 week session
August 21- September 27th
Mondays and Wednesdays weekly
$600/child and caregiver
*1/1 ratio is required
REGISTRATION REQUIRED, NO WALK-INS
About our teacher:
Jillian Gold is a Colorado native and nature enthusiast, trading the snow for the sea when she moved to Hawaii in 2011. Here, she expanded her experience working with children, beginning with providing childcare for traveling families, greatly enriching her understanding of cultural values and child development. After having two daughters of her own, Jillian went back to school for Early Childhood Education. She obtained her CDA, and went on to lead and grow the Parent-Child program at the Honolulu Waldorf School. During this time, she also became involved as an instructor and mentor with Roots of Empathy, a program that fosters inclusion and emotional literacy in grade school children. Jillian is passionate about bringing caregiver-child education and support to communities across the island. Along with her sacred sunrise cup of coffee, she enjoys creating art, music, meals and memories with her family and friends.
Participants will receive a detailed information letter and are required to complete the liability waiver prior to the first class. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date & Time
Aug 21, 2023 9:00 AM - Sep 27, 2023 11:00 AM