Preschool programs are designed for children 3-5 years old (parent must stay with child under 4yrs). Classes meet year-round at the Watershed Center and always include outdoor exploration, so children and adults should dress accordingly. The classes are offered on Tuesdays (10:00 – 11:30AM)) and Wednesdays (1:00-2:30PM).
Class fee per child: $10 member/$15 non-member
Register your child for individual classes or the entire series.
Fall 2016 preschool…We recommend that children (and adults) come dressed for Fall-ish weather (long pants, jacket or sweater, sturdy shoes or sneakers) – we always spend part of the class exploring outdoors.
November 29 and 30: Masked Bandit
December 6 and 7: Winter Wildlife Theater
Winter 2017 preschool special…Register and pay for 5 classes, receive a 6th class FREE. When available, you can ‘mix and match’ the day of the week.
We recommend that children (and adults) come dressed for wintery weather (long pants, jacket, boots, hat and mittens) – we always spend part of the class exploring outdoors.
January 3 and 4: Story Time Winter
January 10 and 11: Journey to the Past
January 17 and 18: Ice-n-Snow
January 24 and 25: Stalking Shadows
January 31 and February 1: Turtle Time
February 7 and 8: Gifts from a Tree
February 14 and 15: Have a Heart
No Preschool classes on February 21 or 22
February 28 and March 1: Insects in Winter
March 7 and 8: What’s for Lunch?
March 14 and 15: Creatures of the Night
March 21 and 22: Wildlife in our Lives
March 28 and 29: Animal’s Special Tools
STEM Saturdays for PreschoolersSaturdays, 10:00-11:00AM, Parent and child (3-5 years old), Fee per child: $10M/$15NM
Parents and preschoolers can explore the STEM world (science, technology, engineering and math) together, under the guidance of Senior Naturalist Allison Jackson. Activities are all age-appropriate for early learners and designed to engage families! Topics vary monthly and include stories and outdoor exploration. Parent is expected to stay for entire class.January 14: BRRR – it’s winter
February 11: Shadow Secrets
March 4: WHO? Owls!