Annie’s Ark, Inc.

We have always believed in the importance of outdoor play in nature and this year it has been even more important! There is nothing finer than the feeling of sand between your toes or mud squishing through your fingers or the sound of water being poured from a watering can.

Children who might become engineers spend their days building and climbing with wood scraps, branches, stumps and tree cookies. Writers and dreamers enjoy swaying in a hammock listening to birds sing and insects hum or wandering through wildflowers on Magic Mountain. Everything that we do inside we do outside from artwork to reading and dressing up to doing puzzles. If there is one good thing that has come from the current pandemic is that people are realizing the importance of being outside and more and more families are choosing our center because of our nature classroom and the amount of time that we spend outside.