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Little Explorers

Illustration of small bird to represent the Little Explorers recreational program at the Toronto alternative school and kindergarten

Designed for your little explorer! This is a recreational, play-based program for younger learners, giving them an introduction to safely exploring the beach and the forest. Students will participate in inquiry and play-based learning. Class is taught by experienced Educators. We walk short distances with backpacks on! We recommend that children who attend Little Explorers are potty trained. This is a drop off program.

AGES: 3–4 years old

March 27th- June `12th 

SPRING RECREATIONAL PROGRAM SESSION 

Wednesday Mornings 9:00am – 11:00 am 

Wednesday Afternoons 1:00pm- 3:00pm 

Friday Mornings 9:00 am – 11:00 am 

RATIO: 6:1

PICK UP / DROP OFF from Glen Stewart Park. If there is inclement weather, you will receive an email from us to let you know that we will be doing pick up / drop off from our Queen St E. location. You will receive an email with more details a week before the program begins or upon registration.

This recreational program will run in Fall/ Winter /Spring. We encourage families to join for all 3 if they can. It is really magical to watch the seasons change.

Interested in Joining a class that has already started? email hello@torontonatureschool.ca to ask about spaces

FALL 2024 REGISTRATION WILL OPEN JUNE 1st at 7 am

Fall 2024: Friday’s 9am-11am  

Starting Friday, September 13th – December 13th  ( 14 weeks)

 

What parents are saying…

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"I sent my three-year-old to Little Explorers this fall and he LOVED it. Every time we picked him up he said, ‘I want to go back to nature camp’ and he would always ask if it was Friday (the day of nature school) yet.

Julia and Emily are fantastic with the little ones. They’re so enthusiastic, caring and thoughtful.

I love that they’re outside the whole time, learning about plants, trees and wildlife.

We’re definitely signing our kid up for another recreational class in the future.”

Chloe Tejada, Little Explorers Parent

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