Today we’re talking about these main characters: the old hares and the sly foxes. Because in the forest kindergartens it was “time to get out”.
Award ceremony of the German Kita Prize: we were there! And we’re proud as can be, even though we didn’t win a trophy. We have gained great experiences regardless! A celebration of early education Let’s tell it like it is: we would have preferred to bring home another message from Berlin. Now it has become
Absolutely, we know our forests! We have just received the “Forest Experts” award from the German Forest Protection Association.
Nature, sustainability and digitalization. These are the three focal points of our educational work. During a visit aboard our adventures, the Waldkinder Regensburg were able to experience these firsthand. What is it like to live on a ship in harmony with nature? How do Anna, Paul and Hansen sail through Europe in a CO2-neutral way,
With the forest-dweller project receiving the “ÖkoKids 2022” award. For the forest children, the kindergarten grounds are like their extended home. It’s clear that they want to know exactly who their roommates are in this forest shared living space. The youngest children among us, the Snail and Meadow children (two to three-year-olds), were particularly fascinated
Once a month, the WALDKIDS gather on the premises of the Pielenhofen Forest Kindergarten. Some of the children have already attended the forest kindergarten, while others are new to the group.
The farewell of the “Alte Hasen,” the oldest children in the forest kindergarten, was once again a touching celebration for everyone involved. After spending the night in the forest and enjoying a communal breakfast, the children are told what makes each of them special and the impact they have left behind. For the farewell, the
Project group explores quarry near Neudorf: “Mama, tomorrow I need a hammer and safety goggles at kindergarten.” Indeed, that sounds very exciting! With this somewhat atypical equipment in their kindergarten backpacks, the “Stone” project group of the Waldkinder Regensburg set off for a day towards the quarry near Neudorf in April – on the hunt
The forest children are delighted about the subsidy for expanding their wild bee paradise.
As consultation institutions, the Waldkinder Regensburg, until today, provide support to other institutions in implementing the Bavarian Educational and Upbringing Plan (BayBEP). The project was funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Family, and Women. What is achieved with this project? Since the end of 2005, childcare facilities in Bavaria have