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Parent-Child Playgroup

A nurturing, bonding environment encouraging growth for both parent and child.

About the Sweet Pea Parent-Child Program

Children from infancy to 4 years of age, along with a parent or caregiver, participate in a Parent-Child Playgroup. The program consists of a 2-hour class, 1 day a week, for a Fall or Spring semester. Parents, infants, and toddlers come together in a home-like environment to play, sing, listen, and learn. A wholesome snack, prepared by the teacher, is shared. Parents/caregivers work on a purposeful project while conversations focus on support of the parenting journey. The children play inside and out and all enjoy a puppet play. 

Led by experienced Waldorf teachers, our playgroups offer parents and caregivers support in child development and education while preparing children for Preschool

2024-25 Program Session Information

Session Dates and Times

Fall 2024: September 6th-December 20th, Monday-Friday, 9:30-11:30 am (No class: November 1st, or November 23-29th)

Spring 2025: January 6th – May 5th, Monday-Friday, 9:30-11:30 am (No classes January 20th, the week of February 17th, and April 14th-April 25th)

Session Tuition

 $462 for 14 weeks of classes. The charge for a second child (attending the same class/day) is $100 per session.

About the Enrollment Process

  • Submit an Inquiry Form 
  • Tour the School (optional)
  • Fill out the Sweet Pea Parent Child Application
  • Return the application to our office
    • In Person-M-F 9:00 am-1:00 pm
    • Via email to:
  • Pay the $25 Application Fee (via Stripe or in the office)
  • One of our Parent-Child teachers will review your application and contact you for a placement interview. 
  • Once you and your child(ren) have been placed in a class, you'll receive an Enrollment Agreement and may pay online or come into the office to pay by cash or check.
Call us at (530) 878-8720 or fill out our inquiry form to learn more about our Parent-Child Program. For more information about the Waldorf approach to early childhood education, visit the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America.

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