Center for Family Resources
Center for Family Resources’ outdoor classroom continues to be a popular place for our children to play and thrive. Our young students love to work in the mud kitchen, play the marimba, sort natural objects and sing and act on the outdoor stage.
This past summer, due to COVID, it was recommended to spend more time outdoors; therefore, some of our regular indoor routines were brought outside. The children enjoyed painting on the outdoor easel, listening to stories, playing instruments, and singing songs. It was considered a fun treat to eat some meals outside as well!
Additional favorite activities include bird watching, tracking insects and looking for specific natural objects on trails.