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Woodinville, WA 98072
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While you are away from The Nest, rest assured that your little birdie is busy playing and learning in one of our activity stations. While children visit The Nest they have the choice to participate in daily structured activities or simply "migrate" to the activity station that interests them most.
We offer seven fun and engaging Migration Stations...the choice is theirs!
Relaxation. A quiet comfortable place for children to enjoy books, music, and puzzles.
Learning: cognitive skills: pre-reading, language, problem solving and self esteem building: sense of completion and accomplishment.
Fascination. Children can play pretend or act out their favorite story with lots of props and dress-up clothes.
Learning: life/self help skills, role playing, social skills, building empathy, abstract thinking, sharing.
Exploration. A fun place for children to stack, sort and build.
Learning: cognitive skills: shapes, matching and patterns. Hand-eye coordination and role playing.
Creation. Using their imagination and a wide selection of art supplies, children can make a featured project or create their own work of art.
Learning: cognitive skills: colors, shapes, size, and pre-writing. Fine motor skills, independence, self-esteem, self-expression, language-vocabulary.
Rotation/Sensation. With an ever-changing selection of sensory activities, children will have an opportunity to discover, learn, and explore.
Learning: cognitive skills: cause and effect. Sensory learning, hand-eye coordination, pouring, scooping, digging.
Collaboration. Children may choose to participate in structured group activities.
- Imagination activities: Acting out stories, singing, dancing, music, and large motor games.
- Learning: language, music and social skills: taking turns, following direction, participation in a group.
- Investigation activities: Hands on science and sensory projects, preschool appropriate academic activities: counting, sorting, matching games, etc.
- Learning: cognitive skills. Abstract thinking, sensory learning.
Exhilaration. An active place where children can jump, crawl, climb, balance, and slide.
Learning: large motor skills, balance, and hand-eye coordination.
Typical Daily Schedule
Complimentary Snacks/meal brought from home