Decorated, Made up, In costume

Unicorns, ladybugs, dragons, knights, or witches – in our daycare centers, the Carnival days were colorful, fun, and exuberant. What did the children wish for at their celebrations, and were there possibly any surprises? And Lani from the team in Pielenhofen shares the Carnival celebration story of the forest children . What is needed for

Getting a Taste in Tegernheim

Get to know our team and our home in the forest – we look forward to your visit. In our blog, you can already find insights into our daycare daily life. Get to know our team and our home Previous Next MORE EXCITING CONTRIBUTIONS To the overview

Pre-Christmas Season in the Daycares


From plenty of snow fun and forest Christmas decorations to designing Advent calendars and visits from Santa Claus, to Christmas baking and crafting workshops, it had everything!

Wood store opened!

What do the forest children in Tegernheim actually do? Wood trading! Setting up a wood shop with three of them, involving other children and organizing an opening celebration. Voila! From an idea, a big project for the whole week has emerged, and the children enthusiastically supply the shop with their wood finds. And how do

A Week in the Theater Frenzy

How a Craft Day Turned into an Exciting Theater Project? Gudrun, the head of the Waldkinder Tegernheim, describes this specific example in the following flow. It was a Monday or Tuesday at the end of February. I entered the trailer where three children had just crafted some colorful paper ghosts. These ghosts were painted and

Shared joy is double joy

To every new beginning, there is a magic inherent… Spring enchants us every year with the feeling of new beginnings. We are celebrating it particularly this year, as it is our first spring together. Since January, we are the Waldkinder (Forest Children) here in Tegernheim in this constellation: as a littlebigFuture institution and with the

Getting to Know Each Other in the Snow

Our First Weeks Together in the Snow – How Our Gradual Acclimatization Takes Place. In January, it was “new year – new luck” for us. After the change of provider, we find ourselves in a new group composition. Together, we are starting our gradual acclimatization – the team, the children, their families, and the location