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”.
In their own vegetable and plant patch, the children have a whole new experience. A game of patience in which there is more to win than a delicious cucumber, which of course tastes much better than from the supermarket.
What do “forest musicians,” rock music, and senior citizens have in common? You will find out from our social media manager Verena, who accompanied the event in Herrieden for you.
Absolutely, we know our forests! We have just received the “Forest Experts” award from the German Forest Protection Association.
Whether there will be a lion or an outhouse on the roof of the forest module, and what will go “plump” in which direction, is not entirely clear yet, but one thing is certain – the children’s ideas are reflected in the construction plans.
Levi stands by the stove with green leaf clippings, about to slide them from the cutting board into the pot. This ingredient looks somewhat strange. Me: “What do you have there?” Him: “My daffodil.” A meaningful event from our educational routine, experienced and narrated by Barbara from our educational professional team. I look around: the
The sparks fly among the forest children even in sub-zero temperatures. This example demonstrates how flow works.
Lived Participation – How Children Become Designers of Their Own Daycare. A meaningful event from our everyday pedagogical life, experienced and narrated by Barbara from our pedagogical team. Parkplatz hustle and bustle at the forest children’s place. Arriving. Laughing. Playing. The children gather in a circle and sing their welcome song. The morning sun captures
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