Sea Star Village embraces the whole family with programs for children from birth to age 5 and all of their grown-ups. We offer nature-based, RIE and Waldorf inspired parent & child classes, a preschool and parenting discussion groups. Our caring teachers create a uniquely small, home-like environment and unhurried days, giving children a sense of security that allows friendships to grow and imaginations to thrive.
Parent and Child
Our Parent & Child Classes offer a sanctuary to young families with newborns through 4-year-olds. Parents and caregivers discover new ways of being with their children while deepening their own understanding of childhood. Children experience the loving presence of caregivers as they explore, play, and socialize in a safe, sensorially rich environment.
Wednesdays 10 am to 11:30 pm
Thursdays 9:30 to 11:30 am
Mondays & Tuesdays 9:30 to 12:00 pm
Sea Star Village offers a wide variety of parenting classes, artistic classes for adults, workshops, retreats, and relaxed opportunities to enjoy the company and support of other parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and nannies. Come learn how to nurture the little ones and nourish yourself in the process.
Mondays and Tuesdays
As part of the Bridge Playgroup
Parent Education Evening
Dr. Reggie Melrose, Stress and Trauma
expert and acclaimed Author
October 25th 2022, 5:30-7pm
Our mixed-age preschool offers a uniquely small, nurturing, home-like environment. Experienced, loving teachers guide children through unhurried days, creating a sense of security that allows friendships to grow and imaginations to thrive. The preschool class welcomes potty-trained children from 3 to 5 years old.
3, 4, and 5 day options
Monday through Friday
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
August 2022-June 2023
WATCH A CHILD PLAY
"You see a child play and it is close to seeing an artist paint, for in play a child says things without uttering a word. You can see how he solves problems. You can also see what's wrong.
Young children, especially, have enormous creativity, and whatever's in them rises to the surface in free play."
- Erik Erikson, Developmental Psychologist