HYBRID OUTDOOR CLASS

LWTG is excited to offer a way to play, learn, and explore in the great outdoors!

The Hybrid Outdoor Class Includes:

  • Bi-weekly 90 minute class to take place at an area park

    • Park locations will vary by week and will be announced in advance of the start of the quarter​

    • Class will be held every week, rain or shine

  • Maximum class size of 15 adults plus their children

    • Each class will be divided into two Groups (Group A and Group B of up to 8 families)

    • Groups will meet with the Teacher on alternating weeks

    • You will stay with your group for the entire quarter and will not mix for in-person classes

    • Online meetings will be for the entire class; Group A and B together

  • Weekly online Circle Time (30-40 minutes of songs, stories, and activities)

  • Weekly online Parenting Education (or monthly school-wide speaker)

  • Monthly online evening/afternoon activity (story time, yoga, dance party, etc.)

  • Monthly art cart pickups with corresponding art curriculum (view a sample art curriculum here)

  • Older siblings are allowed to join our Hybrid Outdoor classes. Please contact our registrar for more information. 

Sample Class Schedule: 

10:00am - Arrival at park, temperature check and health screening, greetings, and activity/art supply gathering

10:10am - Introduction to activity or art project (i.e. teacher hands out buckets and photo of things to collect)

10:25am - Hike and explore the park

10:35am - Circle time and bubbles

10:55am - Walk back

11:15am - Reading time and Goodbye song

Health and Safety Measures:

  • Temperature checks and health screenings upon arrival to class every time we meet

  • Increased sanitation of shared supplies

  • Social distancing practices

  • No snack time during class

  • Masks will be required for adults and children age 5 years and older. Masks are strongly encouraged for children between 2-4 years of age. Masks are not recommended for children under the age of 2 years by King County Public Health.

  • Only enrolled parents and children (no visitors or guests) will be allowed to attend in-person classes.

Modifications for Different Phases

If King County moves to a different phase prior to the start of the next quarter, class models may be modified and further information will be provided. 

Questions:

If you have questions about what is an art cart pick up, what a school wide speaker is, or what LWTG is doing to keep our families healthy, check out our FAQ page

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