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  • What to wear
    Seasonally appropriate clothing for extended outdoor time Clothing that can get dirty & moves easily; we will be active; playing, having fun and getting messy! All items for your child should fit (i.e. pants should stay up and shoes should stay on their Feet, hats should stay securely on their head) Make it a habit to check the weather report before leaving home and adjust layers as needed. Check our handy “Dressing to play in all kinds of weather” guide. Consider the length of time you/your child will be outside--we want everyone to be able to participate comfortably* and safely. Please carefully check the list below on what to bring. Please clearly label all your child’s belongings with their name. Closed-toed, flat-soled footwear seasonally appropriate (such as running shoes/rain boots/winter boots) Hat (Seasonal :wide-brimmed in summer, covers the ears for warmth in fall/winter/early spring) Outdoor wear that is seasonally appropriate Clothing layers, seasonally appropriate (Base layer, mid layer, insulating/outer layer, & shell)
  • What to Pack for Outdoor Programs
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  • What are the Child Care fees
    For our most current fees please email us. Child care is offered 2,3, or 4 days a week Tuesday-Friday 9am-4:30 pm before and after care are available for a fee 8-9am, and 4:30-5:30 pm
  • Can I come visit?
    For the safety and privacy of my family and the families I work with I generally only do a home visit once I know I have a space meeting your family’s needs will be open. I am however happy to meet up in the park or neighbourhood if you and your little one would like to meet in person and see our group and me in action. Home visits in the context of Covid-19 will adhere to Toronto Public health guidelines. In the meantime please keep in touch, and let me know if you would like additional information, to meet up, or visit the link to be placed on the waitlist.
  • Do you offer short-term child care
    Occasionally I will have a summer or after school space available for toddler/preschool and primary school-aged children. Ask for details. These needs may also be met by one of our other programs, check out our events page.
  • Do you have a waitlist?
    Please visit this link to complete an application questionnaire to join our waitlist/contact list.
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